The Japanese ‘BTS, The Best’ album of BTS recorded shipments of 1.1 million copies on the day of release.
According to Big Hit Music on June 16th, BTS’ best Japanese album ‘BTS, THE BEST’ released on this day includes a total of 23 singles and albums released in Japan by BTS for four years from 2017, including the Japanese version of ‘Your Eyes Tell,’ ‘Crystal Snow,’ ‘Blood Sweat Tears,’ ‘FAKE LOVE,’ ‘IDOL,’ ‘MIC Drop,’ and ‘ON.’ Also, ‘BTS, The Best’ album includes ‘Film out’, pre-released in April, and ‘Dynamite,’ which caused a disco craze worldwide. This best album sold over 1.1 million copies on the day of its release.
From the first day of ‘Film Out’ release in April of this year, they topped the Japanese Oricon Daily Digital Single Ranking for two days in a row. ‘Film Out’ continued its hot popularity by ranking first in the Oricon weekly streaming rankings (as of April 19). This is the second time BTS has surpassed 10 million weekly streams, following the digital single ‘Dynamite’ released in August of last year. So, they became the first male artists to record exceeding 10 million weekly streams for two songs.
‘Film Out,’ in a ballad genre, was composed by member Jungkook and was completed through collaboration with Japanese rock band Back Number. Also, it is the theme song of the Japanese film, ‘Signal: Long-Term Unsolved Case Investigation Team.’
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