Hani, who won first place on Billboard, changed the rules again ARMY around the world is angry at BTS
While BTS (BTS) Jimin wrote a new Korean song history by topping the U.S. Billboard chart “Hot 100,” fans are strongly opposed to Billboard’s “Change of Rules.”
Jimin’s “Like Crazy” topped the main single chart “Hot 100” on April 8. This is the first and only record for a Korean solo artist in the 65-year history of Billboard.
Jimin’s “Like Crazy” was named the 66th song to top the list in the first week of his debut among 1,148 songs that topped the list. The first place in the first week of his debut is less than 6%, which is a milestone that is difficult to achieve.
Jimin sold a total of 254,000 downloads and CD singles in the first week, with 10 million streaming and 64,000 radio listeners. This is where you can see how much the fan club “ARMY” has tried to win Jimin’s first place.
Jimin ranked 45th on the Billboard Hot 100 chart on April 15, released on April 15.
ARMY around the world is furious, claiming that the drop in the ranking of “Like Crazy” is a “rule change” on Billboard.
Fans claimed, “The Billboard suddenly changed the rules of the aggregation method the week after Jimin took first place.”
According to fans, all Billboard prediction sites in the U.S. predicted that Jimin’s “Like Crazy” would easily enter the top 10 this week
Fans claimed, “90% of the sales volume predicted by the forecast site was not recognized by Billboard, and only 10% was recognized.” In the case of Jimin, fans supported Jimin by purchasing music because it was disadvantageous on local radio broadcasts. To this end, fans tried to purchase music all week, but suddenly changed the “rule” and the fans made their efforts in vain.
Billboard only accepts one purchase per email account. Fans appealed for support and support for Jimin through friends, family and various social media, but claimed that Billboard suddenly changed the rules without prior notice.
Fans expressed frustration, saying, “The Billboard always changed the ranking counting rule whenever BTS topped the list,” adding, “When Jimin topped the list, I don’t understand how Billboard changed the rules again.”
Meanwhile, Jimin’s “Like Crazy” is creating a “Jimin sensation” around the world, topping the UK’s official download chart for the second consecutive week following last week, ranking first as the longest Korean solo artist