BLACKPINK, Weeekly, & More: Forbes Names K-pop Groups With Notable Rankings on This Week's Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart

On April 27, Billboard released the rankings for this week's World Digital Song Sales chart. Among the songs are by K-pop groups such as BLACKPINK, BTS, Weeekly, and more.

Forbes, a popular US magazine, acknowledged the group's latest rankings on the Billboard chart, considering them as moves that are "worth noting."

Forbes Highlights Songs by BLACKPINK, Weeekly, BTS, & Stray Kids from Latest Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart

On April 27, Forbes issued an article reviewing the newest rankings of five tracks on this week's Billboard World Digital Song Sales chart. Four of these works are songs by BLACKPINK, BTS, Weeekly, and Stray Kids.

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BLACKPINK - "How You Like That"

First, Forbes talked about BLACKPINK's recent hit song "How You Like That." This track continues to soar high as it nears a year on the Billboard chart. The magazine stated that the song's ranking this week is "best in some time" for the tune.

BLACKPINK's "How You Like That" has returned to the top 5, climbing from No. 12 to No.3. Forbes took note of this as "an impressive jump" for a song that has already spent months on the rankings since it was released last year.

Weeekly - "After School"

Weeekly is a new K-pop girl group that debuted last year under Play M Entertainment, becoming the second female act of the company in 10 years following Apink.

Forbes noted how Weeekly just debuted less than a year ago, but the rookie group is already creating a significant impression in the United States.

The band has landed their new song "After School" on the World Digital Song Sales chart, claiming the No. 21 spot. The US magazine sees this as a significant debut that shows the potential success of the new girl group in America.

BTS - "Boy With Luv" (featuring Halsey)

As the usual case, the global boy group BTS has occupied more spots on the Billboard chart than any other artist. In particular, one of their all-time hits re-entered the list. "Boy With Luv" managed to appear within the top 25, scoring the No. 23 position. Forbes stated that the BTS song has now spent 76 nonconsecutive weeks on the chart.

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Meanwhile, BTS has recently become the first artist to ever hit the No. 1 spot on the World Digital Song Sales chart with 27 different songs. The septet's latest entry is their new Japanese single "Film Out."

Stray Kids - "God's Menu"

Stray Kids is the last K-pop artist that Forbes recognized from the latest Billboard World Digital Song Sales chart. The magazine took note of how the boy group's single "God's Menu" returned to the rankings, particularly within the top 25 list. The song came in the last place, marking its 11 weeks on the chart.

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Apart from "God's Menu," Forbes also mentioned Stray Kids having entries on the other Billboard charts. The band's recent album "Go Live" re-appeared on the World Albums rankings, plus their latest collaboration single, "Going Dumb" with Alesso and CORSAK, continues to climb up the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs tally.

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Written by Mhaliya Scott

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