BTS Jin's 'The Astronaut' soars high, hits Billboard’s Hot 100 at No. 51 | Inquirer Entertainment

BTS Jin’s ‘The Astronaut’ soars high, hits Billboard’s Hot 100 at No. 51

/ 11:09 AM November 10, 2022
BTS' Jin. Image from Big Hit Music / The Korea Herald / ANN

BTS’ Jin. Image from Big Hit Music / The Korea Herald / ANN

The first solo single from Jin of BTS made Billboard’s Hot 100 at No. 51, according to the chart published Wednesday.

Single “The Astronaut,” a collaboration with Brit band Coldplay, landed atop its digital song sales chart dated Nov. 12 and ranked No. 10 and No. 6 on its Global 200 and Global excl. US.

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It headed straight to the top of Oricon’s daily single ranking as well after sweeping all charts at home. It was No. 61 on UK’s Official Single Chart Top 100.

Meanwhile, BTS’ anthology album “Proof” extended its stay on Billboard 200 to 21st week, securing No. 66 spot.

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The septet also set another record with its music video as “Boy with Luv (Feat. Halsey)” surpassed 1.6 billion views on YouTube Saturday. It is the most-viewed music video of BTS.

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