Billboard has released its World Albums chart for the week ending on June 25!
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In addition to making a historic debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, BTS’s new anthology album “Proof” entered the World Albums chart at No. 1 this week. BTS also swept all 15 spots on Billboard’s latest World Digital Song Sales chart with songs from “Proof,” while their title track “Yet to Come” and B-side “Run BTS” both made strong debuts on the Hot 100.
Including “Proof,” BTS landed a total of six albums on this week’s World Albums chart: “Love Yourself: Her” held steady at No. 6, followed by “Love Yourself: Tear” at No. 7, “BE” at No. 9, “Map of the Soul: 7” at No. 11, and “Skool Luv Affair” at No. 13.
SEVENTEEN’s latest studio album “Face the Sun” stayed strong at No. 2 in its third week on the World Albums chart, in addition to becoming the group’s first album to spend two weeks in the top 25 of the Billboard 200.
Meanwhile, TXT’s “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child” came in at No. 3 in its sixth consecutive week on the World Albums chart. The mini album also climbed back up the Billboard 200 this week, making TXT only the second male K-pop artist in history ever to chart an album in the top 60 for five weeks.
NCT DREAM’s repackaged album “Beatbox” rose to No. 8 in its second consecutive week on the World Albums chart, while BLACKPINK’s “THE ALBUM” climbed to No. 10 in its 89th week.
Finally, Stray Kids’ “ODDINARY” re-entered the World Albums chart at No. 14 for its 12th non-consecutive week on the chart.
Congratulations to BTS, SEVENTEEN, TXT, NCT DREAM, BLACKPINK, and Stray Kids!