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List of K-pop on the Billboard charts

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Current Billboard logo.
Current Billboard logo.

List of K-pop on the Billboard charts is a compilation of chart information for K-pop music published by the Billboard charts, and reported on by Billboard K-Town, an online Billboard column. The charts tabulate the relative weekly popularity of the artists, songs and albums in the United States. This is a list of K-pop musicians and bands and their placement, along with their musical releases, singles, EPs and albums on the Billboard charts.[1][2]

BoA performing at San Francisco Pride, June 28, 2009
BoA performing at San Francisco Pride, June 28, 2009

2009 – present

Psy performing Gangnam Style at KIIS-FM Jingle Ball, Los Angeles, December 3, 2012
Psy performing Gangnam Style at KIIS-FM Jingle Ball, Los Angeles, December 3, 2012
  • This list depends on continual updates taken from *Billboard artists[3] and *Billboard charts.[4]
  • Charts with all updates 2009–present are marked (Complete).
  • Billboard artists comprehensive update incomplete.
  • Billboard charts comprehensive update incomplete.
  • The list is currently minus portions of Psy performance on 58 charts.
  • The list is exclusive of Korea K-Pop Hot 100 data.
  • Figures in red highlight indicate the highest rating received by K-pop artists on that chart.
  •      – Current week's charting

Weekly charts

Album charts

Song charts

All other weekly charts

Artist 100 (Complete)

  • Chart started 2014-07-19
Chart date[5] Artist Peak position Weeks on chart
2015-12-19 Psy 88 1
2016-04-09 Got7[6] 45 1 (R) 6
2016-10-29 BTS[7][8] 1 (Peaked 85th week, 2018-06-02 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2018-09-08 for 1 week
return to #1 on 2019-04-27 for 2 weeks
return to #1 on 2019-05-25 for 1 week)
171
2018-02-03 Exo 9 18 (R) 45
2018-03-10 J-Hope[9] 91 2
2018-04-14 NCT 51 1 (R) 6
2018-06-30 Blackpink 19 2 (R) 8
2018-07-14 Seventeen 87 1 (R) 2
2018-10-06 Byun Baek-hyun[10] 84 1
2018-10-27 NCT 127 6 4 (R) 7
2018-11-03 RM 41 1
2019-03-16 TXT 54 1
2019-03-23 Pinkfong 59 7 (R) 12
2019-04-06 Stray Kids 90 1
2019-08-10 NCT Dream 90 1
2019-08-24 X1 85 1
2019-09-28 SuperM 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2019-10-19 for 2 weeks) 7
2019-11-09 Jackson Wang 39 1

Billboard Twitter Emerging Artists / Emerging Artists (Complete)

  • Chart started 2014-05-27[11] and revamped on chart dated 2017-09-02 (without song titles) and renamed Emerging Artists.[12]
Chart date[13] Artist Song/album title Peak position Weeks on chart
2014-09-20 Infinite[14][15] "Last Romeo" 1 1
2016-04-02 Fiestar "Mirror" 2 4 (R) 5
2016-06-25 Fiestar "Apple Pie" 5 5
2016-08-27 Wonder Girls "I Feel You" 41 1
2016-09-03 Infinite "Bad" 31 1
2016-12-17 Dean feat. Gaeko "D (Half Moon)" 2 28
2016-12-17 Dal Shabet "Someone Like U" 24 1 (R) 2
2017-02-18 Gallant & Tablo & Eric Nam[16] "Cave Me In" 1 8
2017-06-03 Dean feat. Syd "Love" 2 4
2017-06-10 Seventeen[16] "Don't Wanna Cry" 1 2
2017-06-10 Seventeen "Crazy in Love" 2 2
2017-06-10 Seventeen "My I" 5 2 (R) 4
2017-06-10 Seventeen "Love Letter" 14 2
2017-06-10 Seventeen "Pretty U" 10 2
2017-06-17 CLC "Hobgoblin" 5 7
2017-06-17 Seventeen "Highlight" 11 1
2017-06-17 CLC "Meow Meow" 14 1 (R) 3
2017-06-17 Seventeen "Beautiful" 23 1
2017-11-11 Wanna One 4 35 (R) 36
2017-11-25 Monsta X 9 4 (R) 88
2017-12-02 Red Velvet 3 2 (R) 20
2018-01-03[17] RM[18] 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2018-11-03 for 1 week) 1 (R) 2
2018-03-03 Agust D 46 1
2018-03-10 J-Hope[9] 3 2 (R) 3
2018-03-31 NCT 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2018-05-05 for 1 week) 7 (R) 45
2018-05-12 NCT 127 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2018-12-08 for 1 week) 2 (R) 34
2018-05-12 Stray Kids 5 1 (R) 25
2018-06-09 Jackson Wang 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2019-11-09 for 1 week) 1 (R) 5
2018-06-16 BtoB 47 1
2018-06-30 Blackpink[19] 1 (Entered at #1 for 1 week) 31
2018-07-28 Mamamoo 26 1 (R) 4
2018-08-11 iKon 31 2
2018-08-18 Byun Baek-hyun[10] 3 2 (R) 22
2018-08-25 (G)I-DLE 38 1
2018-09-01 Loona 25 1 (R) 2
2018-09-08 NCT Dream 5 6 (R) 29
2018-10-13 Pinkfong[20] 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2019-03-30 for 1 week) 68
2018-11-24 Jennie 29 4
2018-12-08 EXID 48 1
2019-01-05 Astro 22 1 (R) 6
2019-01-05 TVXQ 46 1
2019-02-23 Taemin 47 1
2019-02-23 NU'EST 29 6
2019-03-16 TXT 1 (Entered at #1 for 1 week) 2 (R) 36
2019-03-23 Park Bom 48 1
2019-06-08 Ateez 7 6 (R) 18
2019-06-29 GFriend 46 1
2019-06-30 Day6 40 1 (R) 2
2019-08-10 Itzy 34 2
2019-08-17 X1 2 7
2019-09-28 SuperM 6 3
2019-12-21 A.C.E 50 1

Billboard Twitter Top Tracks (Complete)

  • Chart started 2014-05-27[11] and discontinued after 2017-08-26.[12]
2014 – 2017
Chart date[21] Artist Song/album title Peak position Weeks on chart
2014-06-21 Psy feat. Snoop Dogg "Hangover"[11][22] 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2014-06-28 for 1 week) 4
2014-07-12 Girls' Generation "Mr.Mr."[11] 49 1
2014-08-02 Skrillex and Diplo featuring G-Dragon and CL
(*K-pop artist featured on)
"Dirty Vibe"[11] 9 1 (R) 2
2014-09-20 Infinite "Last Romeo"[15] 33 1
2015-01-17 CNBLUE "Can't Stop" 43 1
2015-06-27 BTS "Tomorrow" 8 1
2015-08-01 Super Junior "Devil" 3 5
2015-08-01 Infinite "Bad" 4 7 (R) 8
2015-08-01 Apink "Remember" 13 7
2015-08-01 BTS "Dope" 16 1 (R) 16
2015-08-22 Wonder Girls "I Feel You" 11 3
2015-08-22 Apink "Petal" 50 1
2015-09-12 Girls' Generation "Lion Heart" 18 4
2015-09-12 Girls' Generation "You Think" 42 1
2015-10-03 CNBLUE "Cinderella" 8 3 (R) 4
2015-10-10 Super Junior "Magic" 34 1
2015-10-17 BTS "I Need U" 6 1 (R) 17
2015-12-19 Psy feat. CL "Daddy" 5 4 (R) 6
2016-01-02 BTS "Dope" (see also Dope 2015-08-01) 16 1 (R) 16
2016-01-09 Apink "Luv" 24 1
2016-01-16 2PM "My House" 14 1
2016-01-23 BTS "Run" 5 12
2016-01-23 BTS "Butterfly" 2 2 (R) 9
2016-04-02 Baauer feat. M.I.A. and G-Dragon
(*K-pop artist featured on)
"Temple" 27 1
2016-06-04 BTS "Save Me" 3 8 (R) 28
2016-06-04 Tiffany "I Just Wanna Dance" 8 3
2016-06-11 BTS "Fire" 3 37 (R) 48
2016-06-25 BTS "Young Forever" 4 1
2016-06-25 U-KISS "Stalker" 27 1
2016-10-29 BTS "Blood Sweat & Tears"[23] 5 4 (R) 5
2016-10-29 BTS "Lie" (Jimin solo) 4 2 (R) 5
2016-11-26 BTS "MAMA" (J-Hope solo) 15 3 (R) 6
2016-12-17 Dean feat. Gaeko "D (Half Moon)" 33 1
2016-12-17 Baek A-yeon feat. JB "Just Because" 45 1
2016-12-17 Zico feat. Zion.T "Eureka" 49 1
2016-12-24 Far East Movement feat. Tiffany & King Chain "Don't Speak" 16 2
2017-02-18 Gallant & Tablo & Eric Nam "Cave Me In" 42 1
2017-03-04 BTS "Not Today" 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2017-03-11 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2017-03-25 for 1 week
return to #1 on 2017-05-20 for 1 week
return to #1 on 2017-06-24 for 1 week)
26
2017-03-11 BTS "Reflection" 39 1
2017-03-25 BTS "First Love" Suga solo 22 1
2017-04-08 BTS "Spring Day" 3 16
2017-04-08 CNBLUE "Between Us" 9 4
2017-04-08 BTS "Stigma" V solo 26 1 (R) 3
2017-04-15 Twice "Knock Knock 17 1 (R) 8
2017-04-15 BTS "Outro: Wings" 34 1
2017-04-22 Got7 "Never Ever" 2 9 (R) 13
2017-04-22 Monsta X "Beautiful" 4 9 (R) 12
2017-04-22 BtoB "Movie" 18 1 (R) 3
2017-04-22 GFriend "Fingertip" 28 2
2017-04-29 BTS "Two! Three!" 14 1 (R) 4
2017-04-29 Zico "She's a Baby" 30 1
2017-05-27 Psy "I Luv It" 11 1
2017-05-27 Psy "New Face" 19 2
2017-06-03 Twice "Signal" 4 9
2017-06-10 Seventeen "Don't Wanna Cry" 8 7
2017-06-10 Seventeen "Crazy in Love" 25 2
2017-06-17 Sistar "Lonely" 8 2
2017-06-17 Astro "Baby" 20 1
2017-06-24 G-Dragon "Untitled, 2014" 15 5
2017-07-15 Seventeen "Highlight" 11 1
2017-07-15 Got7 "Paradise" 21 1
2017-07-22 BTS "Come Back Home" 1 (Entered at #1 on 2017-07-22 for 1 week) 6
2017-07-22 Day6 "Hi Hello" 7 2
2017-07-29 Psy feat. Taeyang "Love" 26 2
2017-07-29 Twice "Touchdown" 46 1
2017-08-05 NU'EST "Look (A Starlight Night)" 8 1
2017-08-05 Jay Park feat. Sik-K "Yacht" 46 1
2017-08-12 Monsta X "Shine Forever" 28 1
2017-08-12 NCT 127 "Baby Dont Like It" 30 1
2017-08-12 NCT 127 "Cherry Bomb" 35 3
2017-08-19 Girls' Generation "All Night" 4 2
2017-08-19 Girls' Generation "Holiday" 5 2
2017-08-19 GFriend "Love Whisper" 13 2
2017-08-19 Twice "Cheer Up" 7 2

Hot Tours

  • Ranked by Gross. Compiled from Boxscores reported for weekly periods. Only current week retained on chart.
Event Date[24][25] Report Date Artist Venue City Gross Sales Attend/Capacity Rank
2010-09-04 2010-10-09 SM Town Live '10 World Tour[26] Staples Center Los Angeles $1,101,582 15,015 (15,015) 10
2011-10-23 Unknown SM Town Live '10 World Tour[27] Madison Square Garden New York City $1,600,000 11,439 (11,439) Unknown
2012-08-24 Unknown 2NE1[28] Nokia Theatre L.A. Live Los Angeles $653,716 6,680 (6,714) 29
2013-07-05 2013-08-09 TVXQ![29] Microsoft Theater Los Angeles $304,175 4,161 (5,734) 33
2013-08-20 2013-09-11 Park Jung-min[30] Teatro Metropólitan Mexico City $199,055 2,411 (3,129) 29
2013-11-11 2013-11-18 Infinite[31] Event Center Arena San Jose $278,680 2,342 (3,004) 113
2014-01-22 2014-05-01 B.A.P[32] Nokia Theatre L.A. Live Los Angeles $239,080 2,770 (6,882) 51
2014-01-26 2014-02-16 CNBLUE[33] Pepsi Center WTC Mexico City $500,734 6,057 (6,486) 31
2014-06-09 2014-07-01 MBLAQ[34] Pepsi Center WTC Mexico City $129,245 2,233 (7,371) 79
2014-06-13 2014-07-01 Lee Moon-sae[34] Nokia Theatre L.A. Live Los Angeles $363,075 3,561 (6,882) 38
2014-07-21&22 2014-10-11 ArtRave: The Artpop BallCrayon Pop
opened for Lady Gaga[35]
(For all 12 concert dates see citation)
Staples Center Los Angeles $2,444,324 26,923 (26,923) 19
2014-08-28 2014-09-26 Baek Ji-young[36][37] Club Nokia Los Angeles $99,360 1,126 (1,780) 80
2014-09-25 2014-11-08 Lee Juck[38] Club Nokia Los Angeles $55,199 591 (1,505) 93
2014-10-03 2014-11-23 B1A4[39] Best Buy Theater New York City $115,000 1,219 (2,150) 307
2014-10-05 2014-11-23 B1A4[39] Rosemont Theatre Rosemont $132,760 1,233 (4,402) 285
2014-11-09 2014-11-23 g.o.d.[39] Prudential Center Newark $394,010 5,142 (9,145) 164
2015-08-01&02 2015-10-09 KCON[40] Staples Center Los Angeles $2,055,800 27,793 (27,793) 38
2015-10-03 2015-10-13 Big Bang[41][42] Staples Center Los Angeles $1,715,587 13,361 (13,535) 10
2016-01-10 2016-04-16 Infinite[43] Microsoft Theater Los Angeles $368,300 3,535 (4,323) 68
2016-01-19 2016-04-16 Infinite[43] PlayStation Theater New York City $151,255 1,670 (2,136) 125
2016-02-21 2016-06-21 Exo[44] Prudential Center Newark $1,418,705 9,919 (9,919) 13
2016-04-08 2016-07-19 AOMG[45] PlayStation Theater New York City $214,005 1,846 (2,150) 39
2016-06-24 2016-11-26 KCON[46] Prudential Center Newark $2,279,825 18,300 (18,300) 30
2016-07-30&31 2016-09-17 KCON[47] Staples Center Los Angeles $2,224,820 26,229 (26,229) 44
2016-11-04 2017-01-28 CL[48] Microsoft Theater Los Angeles $274,910 3,264 (4,002) 43
2016-11-10 2017-02-04 CL[49] Chicago Theatre Chicago $197,586 1,506 (2,461) 30
2017-03-19&20 2017-04-29 BTS[50] Citibank Hall São Paulo $1,207,360 15,327 (15,327) 16
2017-04-25 2017-06-24 Exo[51] Prudential Center Newark $998,411 5,999 (10,967) 41
2017-04-28 2017-06-03 Exo[52] The Forum Inglewood $1,436,158 8,668 (9,739) 8
2017-04-29 2017-09-30 Korea Times Music Festival[53] Hollywood Bowl Los Angeles $1,191,060 12,968 (17,463) 18
2017-05-26 2017-06-10 BTS[54] Qudos Bank Arena Sydney $2,054,650 11,023 (11,424) 4
2017-06-23&24 2017-11-25 KCON[55] Prudential Center Newark $1,470,230 12,642 (20,576) 47
2017-07-11 2017-11-25 G-Dragon[55] KeyArena Seattle $809,157 6,246 (8,610) 123
2017-07-14 2017-11-25 G-Dragon[55] SAP Center San Jose $1,161,815 9,031 (11,441) 76
2017-07-14 2017-11-04 Monsta X[56] PlayStation Theater New York City $226,298 2,124 (2,150) 56
2017-07-16 2017-09-02 G-Dragon[57] The Forum Inglewood $1,354,697 9,928 (10,957) 25
2017-07-19 2017-10-07 G-Dragon[58] Toyota Center Houston $789,233 5,708 (7,796) 29
2017-07-21 2018-01-20 G-Dragon[59] United Center Chicago $944,143 7,035 (10,688) 14
2017-07-25 2018-02-03 G-Dragon[60] American Airlines Arena Miami $562,097 4,481 (12,129) 34
2017-07-27 2017-11-25 G-Dragon[55] Barclays Center Brooklyn $1,380,349 7,920 (9,861) 57
2017-07-30 2017-11-25 G-Dragon[55] Air Canada Centre Toronto $1,078,640 9,525 (9,525) 83
2017-08-08 2017-09-09 G-Dragon[61] Brisbane Entertainment Centre Brisbane $401,154 2,103 (2,351) 103
2017-08-19&20 2017-11-04 KCON[56] Staples Center Los Angeles $2,542,440 23,806 (23,806) 5
2017-09-01 2017-09-23 Taeyang[62] The Theatre at Madison Square Garden New York City $539,949 3,509 (5,322) 74
2017-09-03 2018-02-24 Taeyang[63] Aragon Ballroom Chicago $303,250 1,756 (4,873) 46
2017-09-15 2017-10-28 Kard[64] State Theatre Minneapolis $155,420 1,814 (1,814) 169
2017-09-22&23 2017-10-14 KCON[65] Qudos Bank Arena Sydney $1,587,760 8,481 (15,798) 44
2017-09-30 2017-12-02 G-Dragon[66] Mercedes-Benz Arena Berlin $1,279,070 9,161 (12,322) 9
2018-03-23 2018-04-21 Music Bank World Tour[67] Movistar Arena Santiago $999,510 9,014 (12,974) 28
2018-03-30 2018-04-14 Lee Moon-sae[68] Microsoft Theater Los Angeles $570,730 4,123 (5,644) 42
2018-06-17 2018-08-25 Monsta X[69] Eventim Apollo London $486,814 4,348 (4,465) 22
2018-07-06 2018-08-17 Got7[70][nb 1] The Forum Inglewood $1,303,154 9,600 (10,371) 16
2018-10-09&10 2018-10-23 BTS[72] The O2 Arena London $4,943,140 31,475 (32,278) 6
2018-11-11 2018-11-21 Day6[73] State Theatre Minneapolis $289,980 2,060 (2,091) 22
2018-11-24 2018-12-05 B.A.P[74] Pantages Minneapolis $60,330 532 (992) 23
2019-05-04&05 2019-06-14 BTS[75][76][77] Rose Bowl Pasadena $16,557,515 113,040 (113,040) 2
2019-05-11&12 2019-06-14 BTS[75][76][77] Soldier Field Near South Side $13,345,795 88,156 (88,156) 7
2019-05-18&19 2019-06-14 BTS[75][76][77] MetLife Stadium East Rutherford $14,050,410 98,574 (98,574) 4
2019-05-25&26 2019-06-14 BTS[75][76][77] Allianz Parque São Paulo $7,712,318 84,728 (84,728) 9
2019-06-01&02 2019-06-14 BTS[75][76][77] Wembley Stadium London $13,545,702 114,583 (114, 583) 6
2019-06-07&08 2019-06-14 BTS[75][76][77] Stade de France Saint-Denis $13,728,598 107,328 (107,328) 5
2019-05-05 2019-06-15 Blackpink[78] Infinite Energy Center Duluth $1,518,063 9,180 (9,339) 21
2019-05-12 2019-06-01 NCT 127[79] Microsoft Theater Los Angeles $835,589 6,534 (6,785) 19
2019-05-21 2019-06-15 Blackpink[78] Manchester Arena Manchester $682,256 5,424 (6,121) 43
2019-05-22 2019-06-15 Blackpink[78] SSE Arena, Wembley London $1,421,480 9,968 (10,074) 23
2019-06-15 2019-07-09 Blackpink[80] Qudos Bank Arena Sydney $1,542,850 14,317 (14,491) 7
2019-07-06&07 2019-07-30 BTS[81] Yanmar Stadium Nagai Osaka $9,832,610 101,554 (101,554) 3
2019-07-13&14 2019-07-30 BTS[81] Shizuoka Stadium ECOPA Fukuroi, Shizuoka $10,486,317 107,153 (107,153) 2
2019-07-03 2019-08-06 Got7[82] American Airlines Center Dallas $431,714 5,974 (7,113) 49
2019-07-17 2019-08-14 Twice[83] The Forum Inglewood $1,388,228 11,827 (11,827) 37
2019-07-23 2019-08-06 Twice[82] Wintrust Arena Chicago $781,922 5,911 (6,045) 34
2019-08-10 2019-09-04 Monsta X[84] Staples Center Los Angeles $1,103,392 9,115 (9,985) 34
2019-10-11 2019-11-16 BTS[85] King Fahd International Stadium Riyadh $4,381,560 31899/37141 5
2019-10(26-29) 2019-11-16 BTS[85] Seoul Olympic Stadium Seoul $12,109,026 129268 (129268) 1

Next Big Sound (Complete)

  • Chart started 2010-12-18.
Chart date[86][25] Artist Peak position Weeks on chart
2010-12-18 Choi Si-won[87] 5 1
2011-01-01 Sungha Jung(*K-pop covers & collaborations)[88][89] 10 1
2011-01-08 4Minute 5 1
2011-04-30 2PM[90] 1 1
2011-05-21 Super Junior-M 3 1
2011-07-23 Wonder Girls 12 1
2011-07-30 BIGBANG 2 1
2011-08-06 Rain 6 1
2011-08-20 Jay Park 7 1
2011-08-20 2NE1 9 1
2011-09-03 2AM 6 1
2011-10-15 Park Jung-min 5 1
2011-10-29 Lee Sung-yeol 8 1
2011-11-05 U-KISS 5 1
2012-05-26 Jung Min-A (*Indie-folk gayageum player)[91][92][93] 1 1
2013-11-02 9MUSES 14 1
2017-09-09 K.A.R.D 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2017-12-16 for 2 weeks) 28
2017-11-25 Day6 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2017-12-30 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2018-01-13 for 1 week)
9
2018-03-31 Stray Kids 4 4
2018-11-24 (G)I-dle 3 1 (R) 7
2018-12-15 Jackson Wang 8 2 (R) 3
2019-02-16 CLC 7 4
2019-06-08 A.C.E 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2019-11-16 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2019-12-21 for 2 weeks)
1 (R) 11
2019-08-17 Monsta X 11 1
2019-10-05 Ateez 3 6
2019-10-05 Dreamcatcher 6 3 (R) 5
2019-10-12 Tiffany Young 3 3
2019-10-26 SF9 2 6
2019-11-09 Victon 7 4 (R) 6
2020-01-04 The Rose 7 1
2020-01-04 Holland 8 1
2020-01-11 Chungha 3 2
2020-01-11 Oneus 9 1
2020-01-25 Cosmic Girls 14 1

Social 50 (Complete)

  • Chart started 2010-12-11. *Peak position column not sorting.
Chart date[94] Artist Peak position Weeks on chart
2011-07-09 2PM[95] 35 1
2011-11-26 Wonder Girls 33 2
2012-03-31ast Sungha Jung (*K-pop covers & collaborations)[88][89] 33 12 (R) 19
2012-04-21 Big Bang[96] 11 11
2012-08-18 Psy 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2012-09-08 for 10 weeks) 1 (R) 56
2015-08-01 Girls' Generation[97] 12 3 (R) 16
2015-08-29 VIXX 14 4 (R) 28
2015-10-17 JJ Project / Got7[6]
(chart changed name on 2016-04-09, 5th week,
named JJ Project again on 11 week)
2 2 (R) 126
2016-02-13 Ryeowook 38 1
2016-09-03 CL 17 2 (R) 6
2016-10-29 BTS 1 (TOTAL 162 weeks)[98][99]
(Entered at #1 for 2 weeks,
moved to #2 on 2016-11-12 for 2 weeks,
return to #1 on 2016-11-26 for 1 week,
moved to #2 on 2016-12-03 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2016-12-10 for 3 weeks
moved to #2 on 2016-12-31 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2017-01-07 for 3 weeks,
moved to #2 on 2017-01-28 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2017-02-04 for 8 weeks,
moved to #2 on 2017-04-01 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2017-04-08 for 11 weeks,
moved to #2 on 2017-06-24 for 1 week
return to #1 on 2017-07-01 for 1 week
moved to #2 on 2017-07-08 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2017-07-15 for 1 week,[100]
moved to #2 on 2017-07-22 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2017-07-29 for 132 weeks)[101]
171
2016-11-19 Blackpink 3 4 (R) 117
2017-01-07 Taeyeon 16 6 (R) 13
2017-02-18 Red Velvet 2 1 (R) 30
2017-05-27 Hyuna 39 1
2017-06-24 Seventeen 2 99 (R) 135
2017-08-12 Exo 2 130
2017-09-02 Taeyang 36 3 (R) 4
2017-09-09 G-Dragon 17 1 (R) 3
2017-10-21 Wanna One 3 14 (R) 57
2017-11-11 Epik High 22 1
2017-11-25 Monsta X 3 12 (R) 111
2017-11-25 Twice 3 1 (R) 84
2018-01-03[17] Jonghyun 2 1
2018-01-03[17] Shinee 4 1 (R) 21
2018-01-13 Seungri 46 1
2018-01-20 JBJ 35 2
2018-02-03 Suzy 17 2
2018-03-31 NCT 2 63 (R) 83
2018-03-31 Stray Kids 4 15 (R) 69
2018-04-14[102][103] Astro 7 1 (R) 66
2018-04-14[102][103] Yesung 20 9
2018-04-21 Super Junior 15 2 (R) 41
2018-04-21 Pentagon 20 1 (R) 23
2018-05-12 NCT 127 2 3 (R) 75
2018-05-19 Momoland 47 1
2018-06-09 (G)I-DLE 24 1 (R) 8
2018-06-16 BtoB 21 1 (R) 9
2018-06-23 NU'EST 13 10 (R) 32
2018-06-30 Day6 23 1 (R) 11
2018-07-14 Apink 39 1
2018-07-21 Mamamoo 13 4 (R) 19
2018-07-28 GFriend 19 1 (R) 7
2018-08-11 SF9 34 1 (R) 3
2018-08-18 Byun Baek-hyun[10] 2 2 (R) 41
2018-08-18 iKon 23 1 (R) 6
2018-08-25 Loona 30 2 (R) 9
2018-08-25 NCT Dream 3 10 (R) 55
2018-10-20 Lay Zhang 7 7 (R) 22
2018-11-17 Jackson Wang 16 1 (R) 16
2018-12-08 EXID 44 1
2019-01-05 TVXQ 29 1 (R) 2
2019-03-16 TXT 2 1 (R) 44
2019-03-16 4Minute 29 3
2019-04-20 Ateez 3 1 (R) 33
2019-04-27 DJ Soda 39 1
2019-04-27 The Boyz 22 1 (R) 15
2019-07-20 Itzy 19 8
2019-08-10 Tiffany Young 24 2 (R) 3
2019-08-17 X1 2 14
2019-08-24 Kang Daniel 29 3 (R) 9
2019-09-07 UP10TION 32 1
2019-09-14 CLC 47 1
2019-09-28 SuperM 2 10 (R) 11
2019-10-05 AB6IX 30 4
2019-10-05 Kard 41 1
2019-10-26 Amber Liu 47 1
2019-11-02 Victon 36 3
2019-11-09 Iz*One 18 2
2019-11-09 Oneus 48 1
2019-11-09 A.C.E 15 1 (R) 4

Spotify Velocity (Complete)

  • Chart started 2016-01-23 and discontinued after chart dated 2017-07-22.
2016 – 2017
Chart date[104] Artist Song Peak position Weeks on chart
2016-07-02 Exo "Monster" 20 1
2016-09-03 Blackpink "Whistle" 12 2
2016-09-17 CL "Lifted" 25 1
2016-09-24 Red Velvet "Russian Roulette" 16 1
2016-11-05 BTS "Blood Sweat & Tears" 6 2
2016-11-12 Far East Movement & Marshmello
featuring Chanyeol & Tinashe
"Freal Luv" 24 1
2016-11-26 Blackpink "Playing with Fire" 24 1
2017-01-14 Big Bang "Fxxk It" 13 2
2017-07-08 NCT 127 "Cherry Bomb" 20 1
2017-07-22 Blackpink "As If It's Your Last" 22 1

Spotify Viral 50 (Complete)

  • Chart started 2016-01-23 and discontinued after chart dated 2017-07-22.
2016 – 2017
Chart date[105] Artist Song Peak position Weeks on chart
2016-05-07 NCT U "The 7th Sense" 35 2
2016-06-04 Tiffany "I Just Wanna Dance" 49 1
2016-07-30 NCT 127 "Fire Truck" 17 2
2016-09-03 Blackpink "Whistle" 16 2
2016-09-03 Blackpink "Boombayah" 36 1
2016-09-10 CL "Lifted" 30 1
2016-09-24 NCT Dream "Chewing Gum" 23 2
2016-10-08 Yoo Jae-suk X Exo "Dancing King" 16 2
2016-11-05 BTS "Blood Sweat & Tears" 32 1
2016-12-31 Eric Nam & Timbaland "Body"[106] 43 1
2017-01-07 Chanyeol & Punch "Stay With Me" 22 2
2017-01-21 Kard feat. Heo Young-ji "Oh NaNa" 12 1
2017-02-18 Gallant & Tablo & Eric Nam "Cave Me In" 14 1
2017-03-04 BTS "Spring Day" 35 2
2017-03-04 BTS "Not Today" 45 2
2017-03-11 Kard "Don't Recall" 34 1
2017-04-15 BgA (*K-pop parody group) "Who's It Gonna Be" 33 1
2017-05-06 Gaeko feat. RM "Gajah" 48 1
2017-05-13 Minzy feat. Jay Park "Flashlight" 31 1
2017-05-13 IU "Ending Scene" 49 1
2017-05-20 Suran feat. Changmo "Wine" 23 1
2017-05-20 Baekhyun "Take You Home" 31 1
2017-07-08 NCT 127 "Cherry Bomb" 38 1
2017-07-22 Twice "Cheer Up" 5 1

Uncharted (Complete)

  • Chart started 2011-01-29 and discontinued after chart dated 2014-06-07.
2011 – 2014
Chart date[107] Artist Peak position Weeks on chart
2011-02-26 Sungha Jung (*K-pop covers & collaborations)[88][89] 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2012-10-06 for 1 week,
on 2013-02-23 for 1 week,
on 2013-03-23 for 5 weeks,
on 2013-05-04 for 8 weeks)
16 (R) 132
2011-06-04 CNBLUE 49 1
2013-09-07 BtoB 48 1 (R) 3

YouTube (Complete)

  • Chart information starts 2011-08-13. Chart missing information for 2013-10-26, 2013-11-16, 2014-09-06, 2014-12-12, 2015-05-16.
  • Billboard has not updated chart since 2019-04-06; possibly discontinued.
2011 – 2019
Chart date[108] Artist Song/album title Peak position Weeks on chart
(# after
Re-entry
is total)
2011-08-13 2NE1 "Don't Stop the Music" 5 1
2011-08-20 Super Junior "Mr. Simple" 19 1
2011-11-26 Wonder Girls "Be My Baby" 12 1
2012-06-23 Big Bang "Monster" 11 1
2012-06-23 Wonder Girls "Like This" 22 1
2012-06-30 f(x) "Electric Shock" 4 2
2012-06-30 Girls' Generation "Paparazzi" 11 3
2012-07-28 2NE1 "I Love You" 14 1
2012-08-11 Psy "Gangnam Style" 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2012-09-08 for 7 weeks,
on 2013-12-01 for 10 weeks,
on 2013-02-16 for 2 weeks,
on 2013-04-06 for 3 weeks,
on 2013-07-20 for 1 week)
11 (R) 56
7 (R) 8
2012-09-22 Girls' Generation "All My Love Is for You" 6 1
2012-09-29 Girls' Generation "Oh!" 5 2
2012-11-10 Hyuna "Ice Cream"[109] 2 2
2012-11-10 Psy feat. Hyuna "Oppa is Gangnam Style" 2 10
2012-11-17 Girls' Generation "Flower Power" 10 2
2012-11-17 Lee Hi "1,2,3,4" 24 1
2013-01-12 Girls' Generation "I Got a Boy"[110] 2 6
2013-04-27 Psy "Gentleman" 1 (Entered at #1 for 10 weeks) 32 (R) 36
2013-07-27 2NE1 "Falling in Love" 24 1
2013-08-17 Exo "XOXO (Kisses & Hugs)" 17 1
2013-09-21 G-Dragon feat. Diplo & Baauer "Coup d'Etat" 10 1
2013-11-23 Girls' Generation "My Oh My" 13 1
2013-12-07 2NE1 "Missing You" 21 3
2014-06-28 Psy feat. Snoop Dogg "Hangover" 1 (Entered at #1 for 1 week) 4
2015-04-18 Exo "Call Me Baby 22 1
2015-06-20 Big Bang "Bang Bang Bang" 13 2
2015-12-19 Psy feat. CL "Daddy" 6 3
2016-05-14 Twice "Cheer Up" 25 1
2016-11-12 Twice "TT" 7 1
2017-03-04 BTS "Spring Day" 11 1
2017-03-11 Twice "Knock Knock" 8 1
2017-03-11 BTS "Not Today" 10 1
2017-10-07 BTS "DNA" 4 2
2017-11-25 Twice "Likey" 8 1
2017-12-16 BTS feat. Desiigner "MIC Drop" (Steve Aoki remix) 20 1
2017-12-30 Twice "Heart Shaker" 8 1
2018-03-10 J-Hope "Daydream" 22 1
2018-03-24 Got7 "Look" 21 1
2018-04-21 Twice "What Is Love?" 3 1
2018-06-02 BTS "Fake Love"[8][111] 2 3
2018-06-30 Blackpink "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du" 4 7 (R) 13
2018-08-18 Stray Kids "My Pace" 19 1
2018-09-29 Got7 "Lullaby" 8 1
2018-10-06 Pinkfong "Baby Shark"[112] 7 1 (R) 22
2018-11-10 Exo "Tempo" 13 1
2018-11-17 Twice "Yes or Yes" 2 1
2018-11-17 K/DA[113] feat. (G)I-DLE's Miyeon & Soyeon, Madison Beer & Jaira Burns "Pop/Stars" 5 3
2018-11-24 Jennie "Solo" 2 2
2018-12-08 Mino "Fiancé" 22 1
2018-12-15 Got7 "Miracle" 11 1
2018-12-22 Exo "Loveshot" 25 1
2019-02-23 Itzy "Dalla Dalla" 2 1
2019-03-16 TXT "Crown" 7 1
2019-04-06 Stray Kids "Miroh" 7 1
2019-04-06 BTS "Map of the Soul: Persona" 17 1

Monthly compiled reporting

Hot Tours of the month

  • Chart started 2019-03-23. Ranked by Gross. Compiled from Boxscores reported for monthly periods. Chart data available in Billboard print issues only.[114]
Event year/month Report Date Artist # of Shows Gross Sales Attend/Capacity Rank
2019-05 2019-06-27 BTS[76] 8 $51,666,038 384,498 (Unknown) 1
2019-05 2019-06-27 Blackpink[76] 3 $3,621,799 24,572 (Unknown) 29
2019-06 2019-07-25 BTS[115] 4 $27,274,300 221,911 (Unknown) 5

Year-end charts

Decade-end charts

Decade-end, 2010s Digital Song Sales

Chart date[116] Artist Song Peak position
2010s Psy Gangnam Style 44

Decade-end, 2010s Social 50

Chart date[117] Artist Peak position
2010s BTS[118] 4
2010s Exo 20
2010s Got7 28
2010s Seventeen 39
2010s Monsta X 43
2010s Psy 45
2010s NCT 127 48
2010s NCT 50

Decade-end, 2010s Streaming Songs

Chart date[119] Artist Song Peak position
2010s Psy Gangnam Style 1

Decade-end, 2010s Top Touring Artists

Chart date[120] Artist Peak position
2010s BTS 45

See also

Notes

  1. ^ A Billboard article recapped the Boxscore (Hot Tours) chart dated August 18, 2018, combining multiple dates for the artists Journey and Def Leppard, which reassigned the ranking position for Got7 to #9, while the actual ranking was #16 for that reporting period.[71]

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