BTS in Prime 2 Spots on Japan Warm 100

The rationale driving this maximize is the world superstars’ most current single “Permission to Dance,” which dropped digitally on July 9. The brand-new observe racked up 39,280 downloads (No. 1) and 8,125,370 streams (No. 6) with only a few days in the course of the chart 7 days. Blended with the online video metric that strike No. 2, the upbeat English-language track blasted in at No. 2 on the Japan Scorching 100.

ENHYPEN’s “Given-Taken,” the new K-pop boy band’s Japan debut solitary, bows at No. 3, fueled by income. The single CD identified as “BORDER: Hakanai” that features “Given-Taken” bought 236,229 copies in its first week to top rated the actual physical income metric this 7 days. ENHYPEN is a 7-member boy band shaped via a survival competition program by Belift Lab — a joint venture amongst South Korean entertainment enterprise CJ ENM and Hybe Company, residence of BTS — that produced its South Korean debut in November.

Meanwhile, NiziU — an additional team fashioned through joint auditions in Japan and South Korea — returns to the top 10 with “Super Summer,” debuting at No. 8. The woman group’s 2nd observe to be featured in Coca Cola commercials following “Take a Picture” was powered by downloads (22,101 models, No. 3) and streaming (5,338,736 streams, No. 13).

Japan’s YOASOBI however has three music in the major 10, with “Sangenshoku” keeping at No. 4 after debuting very last week. The observe rules radio when coming in at No. 2 for downloads and streaming.

The Billboard Japan Scorching 100 brings together bodily and digital revenue, audio streams, radio airplay, Twitter mentions, YouTube and GYAO! video sights, Gracenote seem-ups and karaoke knowledge.

For the comprehensive Billboard Japan Warm 100 chart, dated July 5 to 11, see right here.