BTS Song ‘Boy With Luv’ Is Now A Double Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan
The popular K-pop boy group BTS has recently obtained a Double Platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of Japan for their song Boy With Luv (Feat. Halsey.)
According to the company, the song, which is part of BTS' mini-album MAP OF THE SOUL: PERSONA has accumulated 200 million won, which is based on the number of the plays.
This is officially the group's 4th Double Platinum song. The previous ones were Dynamite, Permission to Dance, and Butter. Dynamite is currently a certified Diamon, while Permission to Dance and Butter are now at Triple Platinum status.
Boy With Luv entered the US Billboard main single chart 'Hot 100' at 8 and stayed in the chart for 8 consecutive weeks.
BTS (Bangtan Sonyeondan) is a South Korean boy band that was formed in Seoul in 2013. The group consists of seven members: RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook. BTS is known for their music, which blends various genres such as K-pop, hip hop, and R&B, as well as their dynamic choreography and powerful performances.
BTS has become one of the most popular and successful boy bands in the world, with a massive fan base known as the "ARMY." The group has released several albums, including "Map of the Soul: 7," "Love Yourself: Answer," and "BE," which have all topped the charts in multiple countries. BTS has also won numerous awards and accolades, including several Billboard Music Awards, American Music Awards, and MTV Video Music Awards. Additionally, BTS is known for their philanthropic efforts, including their partnership with UNICEF and their Love Myself campaign aimed at ending violence against children and young people.