List of K-pop on the Billboard charts

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 and globally. 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]

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BoA performing at San Francisco Pride, June 28, 2009

2009–presentEdit

 
Psy performing Gangnam Style at KIIS-FM Jingle Ball, Los Angeles, December 3, 2012
  • This list depends on continual updates taken from *Billboard artist/title/chart search[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 chartsEdit

Album chartsEdit

Song chartsEdit

All other weekly chartsEdit

Artist 100 (Complete)Edit

  • Chart started 2014-07-19
Chart date[5] Artist Peak position Weeks on chart
2015-12-19 Psy 88 1 (R) 2
2016-04-09 Got7[6] 45 1 (R) 8
2016-10-29 BTS[7][8] 1 (Total 21 weeks)[a][9][10][11] 315 (R) 319
2018-02-03 Exo 9 18 (R) 47
2018-03-10 J-Hope[12] 9 2 (R) 4
2018-04-14 NCT 3 1 (R) 26
2018-06-30 Blackpink 1 (Total 2 weeks)[b] 2 (R) 32
2018-07-14 Seventeen 4 1 (R) 22
2018-10-06 Baekhyun[13] 84 1
2018-10-27 NCT 127 2 4 (R) 47
2018-11-03 RM 41 1
2019-03-16 TXT 3 1 (R) 34
2019-03-23 Pinkfong 59 7 (R) 12
2019-04-06 Stray Kids 1 (Total 2 weeks)[c] 1 (R) 13
2019-08-10 NCT Dream 63 1 (R) 2
2019-08-24 X1 85 1
2019-09-28 SuperM 1[d] 1 (R) 12
2019-11-09 Jackson Wang 13 1 (R) 3
2020-02-29 Monsta X 6 1 (R) 4
2020-06-06 Agust D 4 1
2020-06-13 Twice 1[e] 1 (R) 20
2020-11-07 Loona 97 1
2021-03-27 Rosé 86 1
2021-05-15 Itzy 10 1 (R) 4
2021-05-29 Enhypen 11 1 (R) 17
2021-09-25 Ateez 5 1 (R) 4
2021-09-25 Lisa 59 1
2021-10-23 Aespa 3 1 (R) 6
2021-11-20 Jin 10 1 (R) 2
2021-12-25 Suga 57[f] 1
2022-01-08 V 57 1
2022-02-26 Jungkook 47 1 (R) 3
2022-07-09 Nayeon 5 5
2022-11-05 Le Sserafim 39 2
2022-11-05 (G)I-dle 99 1

Bandsintown X Billboard Rising Livestream Artists (Complete)Edit

  • Chart started 2020-07-11
  • Chart discontinued after 2021-07-03
Chart Date[14] Artist Peak position Weeks on Chart
2020-08-08 Monsta X 21 1
2020-09-12 Seventeen 4 1
2021-05-29 Luna 24 1

Billboard Twitter Emerging Artists / Emerging Artists (Complete)Edit

  • Chart started 2014-05-27[15] and revamped on chart dated 2017-09-02 (without song titles) and renamed Emerging Artists.[16]
Chart date[17] Artist Song/album title Peak position Weeks on chart
2014-09-20 Infinite[18][19] "Last Romeo" 1[g] 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[20] "Cave Me In" 1[g] 8
2017-06-03 Dean featuring Syd "Love" 2 4
2017-06-10 Seventeen[20] "Don't Wanna Cry" 1[g] 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) 91
2017-12-02 Red Velvet 3 2 (R) 26
2018-01-03[21] RM[22] 1[h] 1 (R) 2
2018-03-03 Agust D 46 1
2018-03-10 J-Hope[12] 1[i] 2 (R) 5
2018-03-31 NCT 1 (Total 2 weeks)[j] 7 (R) 49
2018-05-12 NCT 127 1[k] 2 (R) 34
2018-05-12 Stray Kids 3 1 (R) 49
2018-06-09 Jackson Wang 1[l] 1 (R) 8
2018-06-16 BtoB 47 1
2018-06-30 Blackpink[23] 1[g] 31
2018-07-28 Mamamoo 26 1 (R) 5
2018-08-11 iKon 31 2
2018-08-18 Baekhyun[13] 3 2 (R) 32
2018-08-25 (G)I-DLE 8 1 (R) 8
2018-09-01 Loona 8 1 (R) 7
2018-09-08 NCT Dream 1 (Total 2 weeks)[m] 6 (R) 50
2018-10-13 Pinkfong[24] 1[n] 100
2018-11-17 K/DA 26 2 (R) 3
2018-11-24 Jennie 29 4
2018-12-08 EXID 48 1
2019-01-05 Astro 22 1 (R) 9
2019-01-05 TVXQ 45 1
2019-02-23 Taemin 47 1
2019-03-02 NU'EST 29 6
2019-03-16 TXT 1 (Total 2 weeks)[o] 2 (R) 61
2019-03-23 Park Bom 48 1
2019-06-08 Ateez 1[p] 6 (R) 49
2019-06-29 GFriend 46 1
2019-06-30 Day6 27 1 (R) 3
2019-08-10 Itzy[25] 5 2 (R) 14
2019-08-17 X1 2 7
2019-09-28 SuperM 6 3
2019-12-21 A.C.E 50 1
2020-02-29 Iz*One 23 3
2019-03-28 V 1[q] 1 (R) 2
2020=05-16 IU 36 1
2020-06-27 The Boyz 14 1 (R) 10
2020-07-04 Seventeen 6 5 (R) 17
2020-08-01 Treasure 5 5 (R) 16
2020-09-19 Wonho 28 1
2020-12-12 Kai 48 1
2021-01-02 Enhypen 44 1
2021-02-27 Chungha 50 1
2021-03-27 Rosé 2 3
2021-08-07 D.O. 48 1
2021-09-25 Lisa 3 13 (R) 14
2021-11-20 Jin 1[r] 1 (R) 5
2021-12-25 Suga 1[g][s] 2 (R) 3
2022-02-26 Jungkook 1[g] 2
2022-04-16 Big Bang 24 1
2022-05-07 Jimin 12 1
2022-05-07 Ha Sung-woon 13 1
2022-06-18 Eric Nam 4 1
2022-08-27 NewJeans 35 5
2022-10-08 Crush 1 1
2022-10-22 The Rose 12 1
2022-12-03 B.I 40 1

Billboard Twitter Top Tracks (Complete)Edit

  • Chart started 2014-05-27[15] and discontinued after 2017-08-26.[16]
2014 – 2017
Chart date[26] Artist Song/album title Peak position Weeks on chart
2014-06-21 Psy feat. Snoop Dogg "Hangover"[15][27] 1 (Peaked at No. 1 on 2014-06-28 for 1 week) 4
2014-07-12 Girls' Generation "Mr.Mr."[15] 49 1
2014-08-02 Skrillex and Diplo featuring G-Dragon and CL
(*K-pop artist featured on)
"Dirty Vibe"[15] 9 1 (R) 2
2014-09-20 Infinite "Last Romeo"[19] 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"[28] 5 4 (R) 5
2016-10-29 BTS "Lie" (Jimin solo) 4 2 (R) 6
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 No. 1 on 2017-03-11 for 1 week,
return to No. 1 on 2017-03-25 for 1 week
return to No. 1 on 2017-05-20 for 1 week
return to No. 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 No. 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 ToursEdit

  • Ranked by Gross. Compiled from Boxscores reported for weekly periods. Only current week retained on chart.
  • Chart has not updated from 2020-04-01 – present
Event Date[29][30] Report Date Artist Venue City Gross Sales Attend/Capacity Rank
2010-09-04 2010-10-09 SM Town Live '10 World Tour[31] Staples Center Los Angeles $1,101,582 15,015 (15,015) 10
2011-10-23 Unknown SM Town Live '10 World Tour[32] Madison Square Garden New York City $1,600,000 11,439 (11,439) Unknown
2012-08-24 Unknown 2NE1[33] Nokia Theatre L.A. Live Los Angeles $653,716 6,680 (6,714) 29
2013-07-05 2013-08-09 TVXQ![34] Microsoft Theater Los Angeles $304,175 4,161 (5,734) 33
2013-08-20 2013-09-11 Park Jung-min[35] Teatro Metropólitan Mexico City $199,055 2,411 (3,129) 29
2013-11-11 2013-11-18 Infinite[36] Event Center Arena San Jose $278,680 2,342 (3,004) 113
2014-01-22 2014-05-01 B.A.P[37] Nokia Theatre L.A. Live Los Angeles $239,080 2,770 (6,882) 51
2014-01-26 2014-02-16 CNBLUE[38] Pepsi Center WTC Mexico City $500,734 6,057 (6,486) 31
2014-06-09 2014-07-01 MBLAQ[39] Pepsi Center WTC Mexico City $129,245 2,233 (7,371) 79
2014-06-13 2014-07-01 Lee Moon-sae[39] 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[40]
(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[41][42] Club Nokia Los Angeles $99,360 1,126 (1,780) 80
2014-09-25 2014-11-08 Lee Juck[43] Club Nokia Los Angeles $55,199 591 (1,505) 93
2014-10-03 2014-11-23 B1A4[44] Best Buy Theater New York City $115,000 1,219 (2,150) 307
2014-10-05 2014-11-23 B1A4[44] Rosemont Theatre Rosemont $132,760 1,233 (4,402) 285
2014-11-09 2014-11-23 g.o.d.[44] Prudential Center Newark $394,010 5,142 (9,145) 164
2015-08-01&02 2015-10-09 KCON[45] Staples Center Los Angeles $2,055,800 27,793 (27,793) 38
2015-10-03 2015-10-13 Big Bang[46][47] Staples Center Los Angeles $1,715,587 13,361 (13,535) 10
2016-01-10 2016-04-16 Infinite[48] Microsoft Theater Los Angeles $368,300 3,535 (4,323) 68
2016-01-19 2016-04-16 Infinite[48] PlayStation Theater New York City $151,255 1,670 (2,136) 125
2016-02-21 2016-06-21 Exo[49] Prudential Center Newark $1,418,705 9,919 (9,919) 13
2016-04-08 2016-07-19 AOMG[50] PlayStation Theater New York City $214,005 1,846 (2,150) 39
2016-06-24 2016-11-26 KCON[51] Prudential Center Newark $2,279,825 18,300 (18,300) 30
2016-07-30&31 2016-09-17 KCON[52] Staples Center Los Angeles $2,224,820 26,229 (26,229) 44
2016-11-04 2017-01-28 CL[53] Microsoft Theater Los Angeles $274,910 3,264 (4,002) 43
2016-11-10 2017-02-04 CL[54] Chicago Theatre Chicago $197,586 1,506 (2,461) 30
2017-03-19&20 2017-04-29 BTS[55] Citibank Hall São Paulo $1,207,360 15,327 (15,327) 16
2017-04-25 2017-06-24 Exo[56] Prudential Center Newark $998,411 5,999 (10,967) 41
2017-04-28 2017-06-03 Exo[57] The Forum Inglewood $1,436,158 8,668 (9,739) 8
2017-04-29 2017-09-30 Korea Times Music Festival[58] Hollywood Bowl Los Angeles $1,191,060 12,968 (17,463) 18
2017-05-26 2017-06-10 BTS[59] Qudos Bank Arena Sydney $2,054,650 11,023 (11,424) 4
2017-06-23&24 2017-11-25 KCON[60] Prudential Center Newark $1,470,230 12,642 (20,576) 47
2017-07-11 2017-11-25 G-Dragon[60] KeyArena Seattle $809,157 6,246 (8,610) 123
2017-07-14 2017-11-25 G-Dragon[60] SAP Center San Jose $1,161,815 9,031 (11,441) 76
2017-07-14 2017-11-04 Monsta X[61] PlayStation Theater New York City $226,298 2,124 (2,150) 56
2017-07-16 2017-09-02 G-Dragon[62] The Forum Inglewood $1,354,697 9,928 (10,957) 25
2017-07-19 2017-10-07 G-Dragon[63] Toyota Center Houston $789,233 5,708 (7,796) 29
2017-07-21 2018-01-20 G-Dragon[64] United Center Chicago $944,143 7,035 (10,688) 14
2017-07-25 2018-02-03 G-Dragon[65] American Airlines Arena Miami $562,097 4,481 (12,129) 34
2017-07-27 2017-11-25 G-Dragon[60] Barclays Center Brooklyn $1,380,349 7,920 (9,861) 57
2017-07-30 2017-11-25 G-Dragon[60] Air Canada Centre Toronto $1,078,640 9,525 (9,525) 83
2017-08-08 2017-09-09 G-Dragon[66] Brisbane Entertainment Centre Brisbane $401,154 2,103 (2,351) 103
2017-08-19&20 2017-11-04 KCON[61] Staples Center Los Angeles $2,542,440 23,806 (23,806) 5
2017-09-01 2017-09-23 Taeyang[67] The Theatre at Madison Square Garden New York City $539,949 3,509 (5,322) 74
2017-09-03 2018-02-24 Taeyang[68] Aragon Ballroom Chicago $303,250 1,756 (4,873) 46
2017-09-15 2017-10-28 Kard[69] State Theatre Minneapolis $155,420 1,814 (1,814) 169
2017-09-22&23 2017-10-14 KCON[70] Qudos Bank Arena Sydney $1,587,760 8,481 (15,798) 44
2017-09-30 2017-12-02 G-Dragon[71] Mercedes-Benz Arena Berlin $1,279,070 9,161 (12,322) 9
2018-03-23 2018-04-21 Music Bank World Tour[72] Movistar Arena Santiago $999,510 9,014 (12,974) 28
2018-03-30 2018-04-14 Lee Moon-sae[73] Microsoft Theater Los Angeles $570,730 4,123 (5,644) 42
2018-06-17 2018-08-25 Monsta X[74] Eventim Apollo London $486,814 4,348 (4,465) 22
2018-07-06 2018-08-17 Got7[75][t] The Forum Inglewood $1,303,154 9,600 (10,371) 16
2018-10-09&10 2018-10-23 BTS[77] The O2 Arena London $4,943,140 31,475 (32,278) 6
2018-11-11 2018-11-21 Day6[78] State Theatre Minneapolis $289,980 2,060 (2,091) 22
2018-11-24 2018-12-05 B.A.P[79] Pantages Minneapolis $60,330 532 (992) 23
2019-05-04&05 2019-06-14 BTS[80][81][82] Rose Bowl Pasadena $16,557,515 113,040 (113,040) 2
2019-05-11&12 2019-06-14 BTS[80][81][82] Soldier Field Near South Side $13,345,795 88,156 (88,156) 7
2019-05-18&19 2019-06-14 BTS[80][81][82] MetLife Stadium East Rutherford $14,050,410 98,574 (98,574) 4
2019-05-25&26 2019-06-14 BTS[80][81][82] Allianz Parque São Paulo $7,712,318 84,728 (84,728) 9
2019-06-01&02 2019-06-14 BTS[80][81][82] Wembley Stadium London $13,545,702 114,583 (114,583) 6
2019-06-07&08 2019-06-14 BTS[80][81][82] Stade de France Saint-Denis $13,728,598 107,328 (107,328) 5
2019-05-05 2019-06-15 Blackpink[83] Infinite Energy Center Duluth $1,518,063 9,180 (9,339) 21
2019-05-12 2019-06-01 NCT 127[84] Microsoft Theater Los Angeles $835,589 6,534 (6,785) 19
2019-05-21 2019-06-15 Blackpink[83] Manchester Arena Manchester $682,256 5,424 (6,121) 43
2019-05-22 2019-06-15 Blackpink[83] SSE Arena, Wembley London $1,421,480 9,968 (10,074) 23
2019-06-15 2019-07-09 Blackpink[85] Qudos Bank Arena Sydney $1,542,850 14,317 (14,491) 7
2019-07-06&07 2019-07-30 BTS[86] Yanmar Stadium Nagai Osaka $9,832,610 101,554 (101,554) 3
2019-07-13&14 2019-07-30 BTS[86] Shizuoka Stadium ECOPA Fukuroi, Shizuoka $10,486,317 107,153 (107,153) 2
2019-07-03 2019-08-06 Got7[87] American Airlines Center Dallas $431,714 5,974 (7,113) 49
2019-07-17 2019-08-14 Twice[88] The Forum Inglewood $1,388,228 11,827 (11,827) 37
2019-07-23 2019-08-06 Twice[87] Wintrust Arena Chicago $781,922 5,911 (6,045) 34
2019-08-10 2019-09-04 Monsta X[89] Staples Center Los Angeles $1,103,392 9,115 (9,985) 34
2019-10-11 2019-11-16 BTS[90] King Fahd International Stadium Riyadh $4,381,560 31,899 (37,141) 5
2019-10(26-29) 2019-11-16 BTS[90] Seoul Olympic Stadium Seoul $12,109,026 129,268 (129,268) 1
2020-01-17 2020-02-19 Seventeen[91] Palacio de los Deportes Mexico City $768,868 7,233 (7,849) 17
2020-01-18 2020-04-01 Day6[92] Verti Music Hall Berlin $314,034 2,816 (3,446) 45
2020-01-19 2020-02-01 Itzy[93] State Theatre Minneapolis $163,265 1,385 (1,840) 18
2020-01-29 2020-02-11 Stray Kids[94] Hulu Theater New York City $556,734 4,004 (4,825) 19
2020-01-31 2020-02-25 Stray Kids[95] Fox Theatre Atlanta $419,403 3,077 (4,519) 44
2020-02-01 2020-02-25 SuperM[95] The Forum Inglewood $1,079,826 12,487 (12,487) 18
2020-02-16 2020-02-25 Stray Kids[95] Microsoft Theater Los Angeles $710,354 5,294 (6,020) 24
2020-02-28 2020-03-17 SuperM[96] The O2 Arena London $1,200,190 7,599 (7,889) 23

Next Big Sound (Complete)Edit

  • Chart started 2010-12-18
  • Chart did not update since 2021-10-02, possibly discontinued
Chart date[97][30] Artist Peak position Weeks on chart
2010-12-18 Choi Si-won[98] 5 1
2011-01-01 Sungha Jung(*K-pop covers & collaborations)[99][100] 10 1
2011-01-08 4Minute 5 1
2011-04-30 2PM[101] 1[g] 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)[102][103][104] 1[g] 1
2013-11-02 9MUSES 14 1
2017-09-09 K.A.R.D 1[u] 28
2017-11-25 Day6 1[v] 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 (R) 11
2019-06-08 A.C.E 1 (Total 4 weeks)[w] 1 (R) 37
2019-08-17 Monsta X 11 1
2019-10-05 Ateez 3 6
2019-10-05 Dreamcatcher 1[x] 3 (R) 27
2019-10-12 Tiffany Young 2 3 (R) 7
2019-10-26 SF9 2 6
2019-11-09 Victon 4 4 (R) 25
2020-01-04 The Rose 6 1 (R) 3
2020-01-04 Holland 4 1 (R) 3
2020-01-11 Chungha 1[y] 2 (R) 14
2020-01-11 Oneus 6 1 (R) 4
2020-01-18 Cosmic Girls 5 1 (R) 10
2020-02-22 Sunmi 3 1 (R) 10
2020-04-04 Kang Daniel 4 1 (R) 12
2020-04-11 Onewe 1[z] 1 (R) 13
2020-05-02 Cravity 3 1 (R) 11
2020-05-23 The Boyz 4 3
2020-05-30 DJ Raiden 5 1 (R) 5
2020-06-06 AB6IX 4 4
2020-06-13 DKB 3 1 (R) 8
2020-06-13 Park Ji-hoon 4 1 (R) 11
2020-06-27 Lovelyz 6 1 (R) 7
2020-07-18 Verivery 1[aa] 1 (R) 11
2020-08-29 Secret Number 2 1 (R) 9
2020-08-29 Wonho 3 2 (R) 3
2020-08-29 Cherry Bullet 5 4 (R) 5
2020-09-26 Fromis 9 2 2 (R) 15
2020-10-03 KNK 3 2
2020-10-03 UP10TION 9 1 (R) 9
2020-10-10 MCND 1[ab] 3 (R) 16
2020-10-17 Kang Seung-yoon 4 1
2020-10-17 Mino 11 1 (R) 3
2020-10-24 Momoland 5 1 (R) 2
2020-11-07 AleXa 4 1 (R) 3
2020-11-07 Cravity Official 13 2
2021-03-06 WEi 2 7 (R) 12
2021-03-06 Bobby 10 1
2021-03-13 Drippin 3 1 (R) 4
2021-04-03 E'Last 8 1
2021-05-22 Golden Child 4 1 (R) 6
2021-06-19 Seori 5 1 (R) 2
2020-06-16 Everglow 9 1 (R) 3
2021-08-21 Somi 1[g] 3
2021-08-28 Mirae 7 3
2021-08-28 HYO 10 1
2021-08-28 Gray 13 1
2021-09-11 Lee Hi 3 1 (R) 3
2021-09-11 STAYC 2 1 (R) 3

Social 50 (Complete)Edit

  • Chart started 2010-12-11.[105]
  • Chart halted from 2020-12-26 to present while under revisions.[106]
 
BTS on the 2019 Billboard Music Awards red carpet, May 1, 2019.
Chart date[107] Artist Peak position Weeks on chart
2011-07-09 2PM[108] 35 1
2011-11-26 Wonder Girls 33 2
2012-03-31ast Sungha Jung (*K-pop covers & collaborations)[99][100] 33 12 (R) 19
2012-04-21 Big Bang[109] 11 11
2012-08-18 Psy 1[ac] 1 (R) 56
2015-08-01 Girls' Generation[110] 12 3 (R) 18
2015-08-29 VIXX 14 4 (R) 28
2015-10-17 Got7[6] 2 2 (R) 174
2016-02-13 Ryeowook 38 1
2016-09-03 CL 17 2 (R) 6
2016-10-29 BTS 1 (Total 210 weeks)[ad]
[111][112][113][114][115][116][117]
219
2016-11-19 Blackpink 2 4 (R) 165
2017-01-07 Taeyeon 16 6 (R) 13
2017-02-18 Red Velvet 2 1 (R) 47
2017-05-27 Hyuna 39 1
2017-06-24 Seventeen 2 99 (R) 183
2017-08-12 Exo 2 178
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) 159
2017-11-25 Twice 3 1 (R) 128
2018-01-03[21] Kim Jong-hyun 2 1
2018-01-03[21] Shinee 4 1 (R) 32
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) 119
2018-03-31 Stray Kids 2 15 (R) 112
2018-04-14[118][119] Astro 7 1 (R) 89
2018-04-14[118][119] Yesung 20 9
2018-04-21 Super Junior 15 2 (R) 51
2018-04-21 Pentagon 20 1 (R) 37
2018-05-12 NCT 127 2 3 (R) 118
2018-05-19 Momoland 47 1
2018-06-09 (G)I-DLE 17 1 (R) 17
2018-06-16 BtoB 21 1 (R) 9
2018-06-23 NU'EST 13 10 (R) 38
2018-06-30 Day6 15 1 (R) 21
2018-07-14 Apink 39 2
2018-07-21 Mamamoo 13 4 (R) 40
2018-07-28 GFriend 19 1 (R) 15
2018-08-11 SF9 34 1 (R) 5
2018-08-18 Baekhyun[13] 2 2 (R) 76
2018-08-18 iKon 23 1 (R) 6
2018-08-25 Loona 13 2 (R) 25
2018-08-25 NCT Dream 2 10 (R) 86
2018-10-20 Lay Zhang 7 7 (R) 26
2018-11-17 Jackson Wang 13 1 (R) 40
2018-12-08 EXID 44 1
2019-01-05 TVXQ 29 1 (R) 2
2019-03-16 TXT 2 1 (R) 92
2019-03-16 4Minute 29 3
2019-04-20 Ateez 3 1 (R) 81
2019-04-27 DJ Soda 39 1
2019-04-27 The Boyz 6 1 (R) 59
2019-07-20 Itzy 11 8 (R) 21
2019-08-10 Tiffany Young 24 2 (R) 3
2019-08-17 X1 2 14 (R) 16
2019-08-24 Kang Daniel 29 3 (R) 10
2019-09-07 UP10TION 32 1
2019-09-14 CLC 38 1 (R) 2
2019-09-28 SuperM 2 10 (R) 29
2019-10-05 AB6IX 30 4
2019-10-05 Kard 41 1
2019-10-26 Amber Liu 47 1
2019-11-02 Victon 19 3 (R) 13
2019-11-09 Iz*One 4 2 (R) 20
2019-11-09 Oneus 23 1 (R) 16
2019-11-09 A.C.E 15 1 (R) 15
2020-04-04 Eric Nam 50 1
2020-04-25 Cravity 12 3 (R) 4
2020-05-30 Treasure 3 1 (R) 26
2020-06-20 Cho Seung-youn (WOODZ) 20 6 (R) 7
2020-08-15 Dreamcatcher 40 1

Spotify Velocity (Complete)Edit

  • Chart started 2016-01-23 and discontinued after chart dated 2017-07-22.
2016 – 2017
Chart date[120] 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)Edit

  • Chart started 2016-01-23 and discontinued after chart dated 2017-07-22.
2016 – 2017
Chart date[121] 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"[122] 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)Edit

  • Chart started 2011-01-29 and discontinued after chart dated 2014-06-07.
2011 – 2014
Chart date[123] Artist Peak position Weeks on chart
2011-02-26 Sungha Jung (*K-pop covers & collaborations)[99][100] 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)Edit

  • 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.
  • Discontinued after chart dated 2019-04-06.
2011 – 2019
Chart date[124] 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"[125] 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"[126] 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][127] 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"[128] 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[129] 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 reportingEdit

Hot Tours of the monthEdit

  • Chart started 2019-03-23. Ranked by Gross. Compiled from Boxscores reported for monthly periods. Chart data available in Billboard print issues only.[130]
Event year/month Report Date Artist # of Shows Gross Sales Attend/Capacity Rank
2019-05 2019-06-27 BTS[81] 8 $51,666,038 384,498 (Unknown) 1
2019-05 2019-06-27 Blackpink[81] 3 $3,621,799 24,572 (Unknown) 29
2019-06 2019-07-25 BTS[131] 4 $27,274,300 221,911 (Unknown) 5

Year-end chartsEdit

Decade-end chartsEdit

Decade-end, 2010s Digital Song SalesEdit

Chart date[132] Artist Song Peak position
2010s Psy Gangnam Style 44

Decade-end, 2010s Social 50Edit

Chart date[133] Artist Peak position
2010s BTS[134] 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 SongsEdit

Chart date[135] Artist Song Peak position
2010s Psy Gangnam Style 1

Decade-end, 2010s Top Touring ArtistsEdit

Chart date[136] Artist Peak position
2010s BTS 45

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Peaked 85th week, 2018-06-02 (1 week), returned to #1 on 2018-09-08 (1 week), 2019-04-27 (2 weeks), 2019-05-25 (1 week), 2020-03-07 (1 week), 2020-09-05 (4 weeks), 2020-10-24 (2 weeks), 2020-12-05 (3 weeks), 2021-03-06 (1 week), 2021-07-24 (3 weeks), 2021-08-28 (1 week), 2022-06-25 (1 week)
  2. ^ Peaked at No. 1 on 2020-10-17 (1 week), returned to No. 1 on 2022-10-01 (1 week)
  3. ^ Peaked at No. 1 on 2022-04-02 (1 week), returned to No. 1 on 2022-10-22 (1 week)
  4. ^ 2019-10-19 (2 weeks)
  5. ^ (Peaked at No. 1 on 2022-09-10 (1 week)
  6. ^ Charted previously at No. 4 on 2020-06-06 (1 week) as Agust D.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i Entered at No. 1 for 1 week
  8. ^ 2018-11-03 (1 week)
  9. ^ 2022-07-16 (1 week)
  10. ^ 2018-05-05 (1 week), 2020-10-24 (1 week)
  11. ^ 2018-12-8 (1 week)
  12. ^ 2019-11-09 (1 week)
  13. ^ 2020-05-09 (1 week), 2022-04-09 (1 week)
  14. ^ 2019-03-30 (1 week)
  15. ^ Entered at No. 1 (1 week), Returned to No. 1 on 2020-11-21 (1 week)
  16. ^ Peaked at No. 1 on 2021-09-25 (1 week)
  17. ^ Peaked at No. 1 on 2022-01-08 (1 week)
  18. ^ Peaked at No. 1 on 2022-11-12 (1 week)
  19. ^ Charted previously at No. 46 on 2018-03-03 (1 week) as Agust D.
  20. ^ 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 No. 9, while the actual ranking was No. 16 for that reporting period.[76]
  21. ^ 2017-12-16 (2 weeks)
  22. ^ 2017-12-30 (1 week), 2018-01-13 (1 week)
  23. ^ 2019-11-16 (1 week); 2019-12-21 (2 weeks), 2021-09-11 (1 week)
  24. ^ 2021-02-13 (1 week)
  25. ^ 2021-03-13 (1 week)
  26. ^ 2020-10-10 (1 week), 2021-01-09 (1 week)
  27. ^ 2020-11-07 (1 week)
  28. ^ Peaked at No. 1 on 2021-09-18 (1 week)
  29. ^ 2012-09-08 (10 weeks)
  30. ^ (Entered at #1 for 2 weeks, moved to #2 on 2016-11-12 for 2 weeks, returned to #1 on 2016-11-26 for 1 week, moved to #2 on 2016-12-03 for 1 week, returned to #1 on 2016-12-10 for 3 weeks, moved to #2 on 2016-12-31 for 1 week, returned to #1 on 2017-01-07 for 3 weeks, moved to #2 on 2017-01-28 for 1 week, returned to #1 on 2017-02-04 for 8 weeks, moved to #2 on 2017-04-01 for 1 week, returned to #1 on 2017-04-08 for 11 weeks, moved to #2 on 2017-06-24 for 1 week, returned to #1 on 2017-07-01 for 1 week, moved to #2 on 2017-07-08 for 1 week, returned to #1 on 2017-07-15 for 1 week, moved to #2 on 2017-07-22 for 1 week, returned to #1 on 2017-07-29 for 180 weeks)

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