BTS’ New Japanese Single Tops iTunes Charts in Over 90 Countries

BTS’ New Japanese Single Tops iTunes Charts in Over 90 Countries 

In less than three days, BTS’ new Japanese single, FILM OUT has won hearts across the globe. The song which was released on April 2, is breaking records and setting trends. FILM OUT by K-pop sensation BTS has topped iTunes charts in 97 countries and regions.

The song also reported a total of 23,344 downloads in Japan on the first day of its release. FILM OUT by BTS also hit number 1 on other major Japanese daily music charts, including Line Music, AWA, and mora. So far, the song has also crossed 470 million views on YouTube with over 6.3 million likes.

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BTS Fans also knows as its ARMY also expressed happiness and enthusiasm on Twitter. Fans are tweeting and asking others to stream the song so that it can continue to break records.

This song is part of the ending theme in the Japanese movie SIGNAL The Movie Cold Case Investigation Unit and was written along with J-pop band Back Number. The three-minute song talks about being lost or not being able to save something or somebody. It shows BTS members thinking about the memories they made together in a white-themed house before they are faded into distant memories.

BTS has also released multiple other studio albums in the Japanese language in the last few years. These include Wake Up, Youth, Face Yourself and Map of the Soul: 7 – The Journey, which was released last year. The band had also received another album last year, Be, which is in Korean language. Its song Life Goes On tasted massive success, having being created in the wake of the current pandemic.

Ever since the launch of ‘Dynamite’ in August last year, this K-pop band is on road to success and fans are loving it. BTS has also created several records in this short span of time. With this new song, we are sure that BTS will continue to rule hearts across the world.

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