Earlier this month, Dynamite was the primary Ok pop single to attain gold certification from the UK.
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Up to date: February 27, 2021 01:35 pm
BTS’ Map Of The Soul 7 goes GOLD in the UK; Third album to attain this feat
BTS has achieved it but once more! BTS” fourth Korean-language (seventh total) studio album, Map Of The Soul: 7 is shining in the UK! Map Of The Soul: 7 was launched on February 21, 2020, the follow-up to their 2019 prolonged play, Map Of The Soul: Persona. The album is a deeply private one for the group, because it marks seven years of them being collectively, since their debut on June 13, 2013. The album explores the themes of affection and self-acceptance.
Now virtually a yr later, Map Of The Soul:7 has achieved newer heights! In accordance with a report carried out by Soompi, Map Of The Soul: 7 is formally licensed Gold in the UK. On February 26, the British Phonographic Trade confirmed that Map of the Soul: 7 has obtained an official gold BRIT certification. For the uninitiated, In accordance with the British Phonographic Trade’s certification requirements, albums are licensed gold at 100,000 items offered. Nonetheless, this is not the primary time BTS went Gold within the UK. BTS’ Love Your self: Reply and Map of the Soul: Persona, have obtained Gold certifications too. BTS at the moment has eight silver-certified albums within the UK in addition to three silver-certified singles. Additionally, BTS’s pop-disco observe, Dynamite was the primary single from a Ok-Pop act to go gold in the UK.
Map Of The Soul: 7 has a complete of 20 tracks, with some tracks from their EP, Map Of The Soul: Persona. The lead observe is the foot-tapping track titled ON in collaboration with Sia.
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