BTS breaks biggest record of all time on Spotify with their album ‘PROOF’

Despite officially going on hiatus for an indefinite period, BTS continues to make history and with the compilation “PROOF”, their latest release, the South Korean group broke all-time records in Spotify.

In the week of June 10-16, “PROOF” achieved a total of 222.4 million streams on Spotify, securing second place on Spotify’s weekly chart of most streamed albums on the platform, second only to “A summer without you” of Bad Bunny.

The number broke an old BTS record and now “PROOF” owns the best first week of an album by a South Korean artist on Spotify. Before, the record was held by “BE”, released by the boys in 2020.

The compilation is also the first album by an Asian artist in Spotify history to surpass 200 million streams in its first week. To reach that mark, “PROOF” needed only 6 days.

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And if you think BTS will quietly stop on the charts, you’re wrong. In addition to “PROOF” at number two, the South Korean group secured another of their albums in the weekly list of Spotify, namely:

Love Yourself: Answer (#13)
Map of the Soul: 7 (#15)
BE (#54)
The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever (#67)
Map of the Soul: Persona (#88)
Love Yourself: Tear (#97)
You Never Walk ALone (#119)
Love Yourself: Her (#141)

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