The group BTS topped Japan’s Oricon Daily Album Chart as soon as their album was released BE (Essential Edition).
According to the latest chart released by Japan’s Oricon on the 19th February, BTS’s “BE” topped the Oricon Daily Album Chart with 92,111 copies sold. Earlier, “BE” (Deluxe Edition), released in November last year, topped the Oricon weekly album rankings on December 7, with 191,000 copies sold. BTS took over the Oricon charts again after two months on the back of the craze of the “Essential Edition” album.
“BE (Essential Edition)” was released on the 19th February with BTS’s gratitude to fans around the world for its new history of topping the U.S. Billboard singles chart “Hot 100” and being nominated for the 2021 Grammy Awards. With the title track “Life Goes On,” and a total of eight tracks, including “How to Travel My Room,” “Blue & Grey,” “Skit,” “Pause,” “Bottles,” “Stay” and “Dynamite”.
Ahead of the release of “BE” (Essential Edition), BTS released a member-by-member version of “Curated for ARMY” for fans around the world, marking the release of the new album on its official website. The seven members decorated the “Army’s Room” for their fans, and added a nurturing audio guide to their hand-drawn props images, which received great response. See more details here: What would the BTS’ room look like… ‘Curated for Army’
Meanwhile, BTS will be the first Korean singers to appear on MTV Unplugged Presents, which will air on the 24th February.
2021.02.21 AM 9:15