BTS’s 'Love Yourself: Tear' album reenters Billboard charts after five years

Boy band BTS's teaser photo for its third full-length album ″Love Yourself: Tear″ [BIGHIT MUSIC]

Boy band BTS’s third full-length album “Love Yourself: Tear” and its lead track “Fake Love” has landed on the Billboard charts again over five years after its release in 2018.

“Love Yourself: Tear” landed at No. 92 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, a weekly record chart ranking of the most popular music albums and EPs in the United States, for Billboard’s list for the week of March 9. It has been five years and 10 months since the album's release in May 2018.

It has been five years and six months since the album was last on the Billboard 200 chart. The album had been in the chart for 15 consecutive weeks when it was first released.

The album also landed on the No. 3 and No. 5 spots for Billboard’s World Albums and Top Album Sales charts, respectively, in Billboard's list for the week of March 9.

Lead track “Fake Love” topped the World Digital Single Sales chart for the week.

The band’s agency BigHit Music attributed its release to the album’s abrupt appearance on the chart. The vinyl record for “Love Yourself: Tear” was released in January domestically and in February in the United States. Billboard also takes into account vinyl record sales as well as digital sales and on-demand streaming.

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