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  1. Per Deadline: Grammy nominees Olivia Rodrigo, Brothers Osborne, BTS, Brandi Carlile, Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X with Jack Harlow will take the stage at the awards ceremony next month, producers announced today in unveiling the first round of performers. Hosted by Trevor Noah live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, the 64th Annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast Sunday, April 3 on CBS. The first round of performers are nominated in the following categories: Brothers Osborne received two nominations this year for Best Country Duo/Group Performance (“Younger Me”) and Best Country Album (Skeletons) BTS is up for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Butter”); Brandi Carlile is nominated for Record Of The Year (“Right On Time”), Song Of The Year (“Right On Time”), Song Of The Year (“A Beautiful Noise” with Alicia Keys), Best Pop Solo Performance (“Right On Time”) and Best American Roots Performance (“Same Devil”) Billie Eilish received seven nominations this year: Record Of The Year (“Happier Than Ever”), Album Of The Year (Happier Than Ever), Song Of The Year (“Happier Than Ever”), Best Pop Solo Performance (“Happier Than Ever”), Best Pop Vocal Album (Happier Than Ever), Best Music Video (“Happier Than Ever”) and Best Music Film (Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter To Los Angeles); Lil Nas X is nominated for Record Of The Year (“Montero [Call Me By Your Name]”), Album Of The Year (Montero), Song Of The Year (“Montero [Call Me By Your Name]”), Best Melodic Rap Performance (“Industry Baby”) and Best Music Video (“Montero [Call Me By Your Name]”). Jack Harlow has two nominations this year for his work on Montero, in the categories of Best Melodic Rap Performance and Album Of The Year; Olivia Rodrigo is up for seven awards: Record Of The Year (“drivers license”), Album Of The Year (Sour), Song Of The Year (“drivers license”), Best New Artist, Best Pop Solo Performance (“drivers license”), Best Pop Vocal Album (Sour) and Best Music Video (“good 4 u”). The 64th Annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast live Sunday, April 3 , 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT on CBS, and will be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.
  2. BTS bots at it again and breaking records left and right, how their 5 fans are buying so many tickets  Please someone help me understand as they are known for their Mass buying and fraud sales what is this happening? How their small number of fans who outsold Taylor with 4 albums and Adele with 1 album and ended up being one on IFPI list with such a couple of songs and their Hits album? How their small fandom is affording it? Let me know their fraud doings guys?
  3. Without an album, BTS top IFPI best selling artist list yet again in 2022. Taylor Swift is 2nd with 4 album sales and streams while Adele is 3rd with her year end album '30'
  4. ''BTS' members are having the time of their lives as they find themselves curious and amused by Instagram. The global superstar septet officially launched their personal Instagram accounts on December 6 and crossed 10 million followers within record time. However, it wasn't all smooth-sailing for BTS' V, sending stan Twitter into a tizzy. BTS' V accidentally followed BLACKPINK's Jennie and chaos ensued within the K-pop fandom. However, he immediately retracted and unfollowed her. V took to the fan-community platform, Weverse, to explain that BLACKPINK's Jennie name appeared on his recommendations page and he accidentally followed her. He shared that it is a scary app and hope Instagram gets rid of the recommendations page. Thankfully, fans were understanding of V's situation and showered sweet messages of love and support for V. https://www.pinkvilla.com/entertainment/bts-v-accidentally-followed-blackpinks-jennie-instagram-clarified-situation-weverse-960301 Examples of Amys sheer insanity-
  5. BTS Scores the Biggest Boxscore in Almost a Decade, Thanks to Four Nights at SoFi Stadium The group's four-night L.A. play earned $33.3 million and sold over 200,000 tickets, earning the sixth-highest grossing engagement in Billboard Boxscore history. BTS made its return to the stage for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic with four shows at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif. Wrapping last night, Dec. 2, the South Korean superstars boast the biggest Boxscore total by any act in nearly a decade. According to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore, BTS’ four Los Angeles-area concerts grossed a mammoth $33.3 million and sold 214,000 tickets. Those totals make the SoFi Stadium shows the highest-grossing engagement since venues began re-opening this year. Further, it’s the largest gross for run of shows at a single venue since 2012, when Roger Waters earned $38 million over nine shows at Estadio River Plate in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Even further, it’s the biggest U.S.-based Boxscore in 18 years, and the second-biggest ever in the 30-year-plus history of Billboard Boxscore in North America (and biggest ever in California), behind Bruce Springsteen’s 10-show marathon at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. (38.7 million). Overall, BTS lands the sixth best-grossing engagement in Billboard Boxscore history. (A Boxscore is generally defined as a report of all shows that an act plays at a single venue during a given tour, or during a leg of a tour. Sums are based on figures reported to Billboard Boxscore and exclude festivals.) Remarkably, the five engagements that have out-grossed BTS throughout Boxscore history were each at least twice as long as BTS’ four-show sweep. Take That owns the top two spots with eight-date stretches at London’s Wembley Stadium and Manchester’s Etihad Stadium (then called City of Manchester Stadium when the shows played in June 2011). Springsteen and Waters, as mentioned above, played 10 and nine shows, respectively, to accumulate their totals. Meanwhile, the Spice Girls boast the biggest-grossing arena engagement in Boxscore archives, via 17 gigs at the O2 Arena in 2007-08, just out-earning BTS’ SoFi run with $33.8 million. The shows cap a banner year for BTS, following three Billboard Hot 100-topping songs — including a 10-week stretch at No. 1 on the chart with “Butter.” That distinction that separates BTS from the other $30 million-plus club members — including U2 and the Grateful Dead in addition to Take That, Springsteen, Waters and the Spice Girls — none of whom had cracked the top 20 of the Hot 100 within five years of their $30 million grosses. BTS’ simultaneous conquering of the singles charts and the stadium circuit adds to the growing momentum of contemporary acts on the big stage, in addition to Beyoncé, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift, among few others. There’s another angle that sets BTS apart from other acts in this elite circle — which may either be revolutionary or increasingly irrelevant, depending on your spin. News to no one, BTS does not primarily perform in English: The group has managed some major pop hits turning to English in songs such as 2020’s “Dynamite” and 2021’s “Butter,” but the majority of the SoFi Stadium setlists featured Korean-language tunes. It’s certainly a first for a historically non-English-language act to break $20 million in one engagement, much less $30 million. Along similar lines, Luis Miguel owns the biggest Spanish-language Boxscore, with $19.3 million from 30 shows at Mexico City’s Auditorio Nacional in 2006. A South Korean act setting concert-revenue records in the U.S. is undeniably a breakthrough. But while impressive, perhaps it isn’t too surprising. The stateside crossover of contemporary Korean and Latin acts has been building for the last half-decade, with Bad Bunny, BLACKPINK, Maluma and many more tackling arenas outside of their home continents and scaling Billboard’s global charts. And BTS’ recent fusion of English-language pop into its Korean-language catalog perhaps made its stadium triumph inevitable, particularly after the septet had not seen its army of fans live in around two years. Before the COVID shutdown, BTS embarked on a global stadium run with the BTS World Tour Love Yourself: Speak Yourself. Following a string of international arena dates in 2018-2019, the Speak Yourself shows earned $121.9 million and sold 1.05 million tickets in 23 shows in North and South America, Europe and Asia. That tour’s L.A. stop was a double-header at Pasadena’s Rose Bowl, grossing $16.7 million and selling 113,000 tickets, making this year’s SoFi shows a two-to-one improvement over BTS’ last area shows. That trek’s big gross from a relatively brief set of shows reflects the way that many Korean acts tour in the U.S. BTS hit Los Angeles, Chicago and New York, out-earning most of their contemporaries in each market but foregoing a full national tour, perhaps due to perceived cultural and language barriers that have long made primarily non-English-language acts consider not playing smaller American cities. While BTS’ most recent shows were in one of those major markets where the group already had a sold-out history, their wide-raging success — on top of a growing roster of familiar global hits — could swing the doors open even further for international acts. All told, BTS has logged reported earnings of $256.9 million across 60 shows and 2 million tickets sold. https://www.billboard.com/music/chart-beat/bts-boxscore-sofi-stadium-1235005581/
  6. BTS Successfully Wraps Up Day 1 Of First Offline Concert In 2 Years BTS successfully wrapped up the first day of their first offline concert in two years! On November 27, BTS performed in front of fans at their concert “BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE – LA” at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, United States. More than 50,000 fans filled the stadium to welcome BTS back to the stage with cheers and the enthusiastic waving of their light sticks. The group performed numerous hit tracks, including “FIRE” and “DNA,” to the delight of their energetic audience. BTS also confessed their desire to see their fans through the songs “Telepathy” and “Stay,” utilizing a moving stage to make eye contact with fans all across the stadium. “BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE – LA” will continue for three more days for a total of four SOLD OUT shows.
  7. BTS won Artist of the Year—the biggest honor of the night—at the 2021 American Music Awards! The 2021 American Music Awards is taking place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on November 21. BTS attended the ceremony in person and snagged all three awards they were nominated for, which are Favorite Pop Duo or Group, Favorite Pop Song for “Butter,” and Artist of the Year. For Artist of the Year, BTS was up against Ariana Grande, Drake, Olivia Rodrigo, Taylor Swift, and The Weeknd. BTS has become the first Asian act in history to win Artist of the Year at the American Music Awards, and this also marks BTS’s third consecutive year winning Favorite Pop Duo or Group. Announced as winners for Favorite Pop Duo or Group, BTS came up on stage to receive their trophy. J-Hope said, “Thank you ARMY, and thank you AMAs so much for this. For three years in a row, wow!” Jin took the mic and thanked their fans, saying, “This is all possible thanks to ARMY. You’re our universe.” RM wrapped up the speech by sharing, “It took four years to be on this stage to get this trophy. Thank you so much. Actually it means to us even more because we’re actually a small boy band from Korea. We just got united by the love for our music, and all we want to do is just spread love, the good vibes and energy through music and performance. But without you guys, ARMY, we couldn’t have done anything. Thank you so much.” Watch them receive the Favorite Pop Duo or Group award: The group was back on stage to receive the Favorite Pop Song award, and Jimin expressed, “Thank you ARMY, thank you AMAs, and thank you everyone for loving our song ‘Butter.'” Jungkook added, “‘Butter’ is a special song to us. We hope it makes you feel smooth like butter.” RM concluded the speech once again. “Thanks to you all, ‘Butter’ has received so much love this year. All we had to do is just put out positive energy despite these hard times. This award truly proves that this song reaches many people’s hearts. Never take for granted. Thank you so much,” he shared. Watch BTS give their speech for Favorite Pop Song award: Lastly, for the Artist of the Year award, RM shared that he forgot what he was supposed to say, but he continued on by saying, “Thank you AMAs, we’re truly honored to be on this stage with such amazing, tremendous artists right over here. We’re so honored. Thanks for that.” After a pause, he admitted, “I’m nervous, yeah.” He gave the rest of his speech. “Four years ago, we gave this first-time-ever TV live performance at this stage, AMAs, it was ‘DNA,’ and we were too excited and nervous at the time. And it’s been a long and amazing ride since then, but nobody could have ever bet on the odds of us standing here receiving this award. Except you all, ARMY. Except you all. Seven boys from Korea, united by a love for music. We met the love and support from all the ARMYs all over the world. This whole thing is a miracle. Seriously, we’ll never take this for granted. Thank you so much. We love you all, we want to give this honor to you guys. Thank you HYBE, thank you staff, all the people.” Suga delivered his speech in Korean, saying, “We made our U.S. TV debut four years ago at the AMAs, and I had no idea we would be able to receive the Artist of the Year. I think it’s all thanks to ARMY, thank you ARMY!” Jungkook shared, “We just wanted to make people happy with our music. We believe that this award opens the beginning of our new chapter. In the past few years, we learned that each and every moment is precious. So in 2022, we want to focus on…” and stopped. V took the microphone and said, “I’m deeply touched by this award. I appreciate your love. Thank you ARMY, thank you AMAs. Thank you, we purple you!” Check out BTS’s speech for Artist of the Year below!
  8. BTS Smashes Katy Perry’s 11-Year Billboard Record With “Permission To Dance” For BTS, the sky’s the limit and they are soaring higher with each new single! BTS in “Permission to Dance” MV | HYBE Labels/Youtube After seven consecutive weeks at No. 1 on Billboard‘s Hot 100 chart, BTS‘s “Butter” passed the crown to “Permission to Dance” and dropped to No.7. Now, “Permission to Dance” is the Hot 100 king and “Butter” is reigning over the No.1 spot on the Songs of the Summer chart. BTS in “Butter” MV | HYBE Labels/Youtube According to Billboard, this “double coronation” is rarely achieved. In fact, no artist has held simultaneous No.1s on the Hot 100 and Songs of the Summer charts in almost 11 years. The last artist to do it was Katy Perry, back in 2010. Katy Perry in “California Gurls” MV In 2010, Katy Perry’s song “California Gurls” was crowned queen of the Songs of the Summer chart while “Teenage Dream” ruled over the Hot 100 chart. Congrats, BTS! https://www.koreaboo.com/lists/6-members-astro-participated-in-creation-newest-mini-album-switch/
  9. Coldplay's new studio album "Music of the Spheres" will be released on October 15. To promote the album, the band releases a new single "My Universe" with BTS. To my surprise, it is actually amazing. Coldplay's last No. 1 single (Viva la Vida) in the US was back in 2008. This song could very well be their second No.1 13 years later.
  10. And after he saw the name on her top, Oli London's head exploded Anyways lol
  11. While the song may not be everyone's favorite, that can easily be an additional No.1 hit for Megan. I do not think being featured on a pop song will really impact her career, even if the remix is pointless. And if they cared about her so much, they wouldn't demand such a huge sum of money from her to release a remix most people probably won't even remember in a month.
  12. On the July 24 chart, “Permission to Dance” debuted at No. 1 with 140,100 total sales, according to MRC Data, with “Butter” falling six spots to No. 7 and Rodrigo’s “good 4 u” holding at No. 2. But then, something highly unusual happened: The next week, “Butter” returned to No. 1 (leapfrogging Rodrigo and others) and switched places with “Permission,” which slipped to No. 7. ''Rodrigo’s fans claimed that it wasn’t a coincidence. @scrappyseal, noting the reversal, tweeted that BTS had “0 GP [general public] support. A real smash is sustained by the GP support.” Another fan of both Rodrigo and Lipa’s, @lipaanostalgia, described BTS as having “fraudulent ways” and its fans as “involved in chart manipulation” and “mass buying.” ARMY’s crowdfunding efforts are certainly near legendary at this point. As screen grabs of account balances and bulk purchase receipts on Twitter reviewed by Billboard show, BTS fans use PayPal to pool money from ARMY around the globe and make the purchases that will count toward U.S. sales. “ARMY WHERE ARE YOU??” @borakore52 asked in an Aug. 5 tweet. “I have enough for 448 sets of 16 PTD plus 24 Butter!! Even if you cannot buy until later, please get your requests in ASAP!!” Some ARMY organizers then offer to reimburse other fans for purchases. The source of those funds remains unclear, and some BTS fans have expressed concern about revealing more about their methods. “Feeling the need to be a bit more discreet on the timeline about what we do and how we do it,” @RafranzDavis wrote during a funding run in early August. “It’s annoying but thnx to everyone that just gets it.” (MRC Data has a standard process for examining any suspicious chart activity; Billboard would not allow sales funded by an act or its label/management to count toward chart performance.) These efforts have buoyed the group’s singles, as they have sailed to the top of the charts despite BTS’ weaker streaming numbers and radio airplay than some of its pop contemporaries. “It’s a fair question,” says RM of allegations that ARMY’s work amounts to chart manipulation. “But if there is a conversation inside Billboard about what being No. 1 should represent, then it’s up to them to change the rules and make streaming weigh more on the ranking. Slamming us or our fans for getting to No. 1 with physical sales and downloads, I don’t know if that’s right ... It just feels like we’re easy targets because we’re a boy band, a K-pop act, and we have this high fan loyalty.” When asked if HYBE itself organizes fans in any chart manipulation, Shin Young-Jae — president of BTS’ label, Big Hit Music (a HYBE subsidiary) — answers with a chuckle. “Wouldn’t it be nice if we actually had the ability to mastermind such a thing?” he says. “I get that there are market developments [related to BTS] that are head-scratchers for some people. But I don’t believe the U.S. market is one that can be handily topped by downloads alone. We think the songs’ impact was shown in many ways, and we are proud of that achievement.” https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/9618967/bts-billboard-cover-story-2021-interview Those users mentioned in the article are currently getting death threats from extremists Army so bless you Billboard, such a moral move to doxx people. U're such an amazing chart. Always following the rules and morals F.R.A.U.D.S. -Allegedly
  13. Billboard recently acknowledged their charts can be rigged (generally speaking). BTS' fanbase was a focal point of that argument. Their new issue has BTS on the cover, so you can imagine their fanbase wasn't super thrilled. In the article, they comment on how BTS fans organize mass busy to propel the group to #1. BTS member RM responded. Billboard wrote: "On top of these pressures, both the group and the agency are coming under scrutiny for BTS’ recent chart successes, which fans of some competing acts say are achieved through concerted “manipulation” antithetical to the charts’ purpose of accurately highlighting the world’s most popular acts... some noted how the group’s fans, known as ARMY, organize themselves on social media, using tactics like bulk purchases of physical albums and coordinated digital buying to influence chart performance." RM responded: "It’s a fair question... if there is a conversation inside Billboard about what being No.1 should represent, then it's up to them to change the rules and make streaming weigh more on the ranking. Slamming us or our fans for getting to No. 1 with physical sales and downloads, I don't know if that's right... It just feels like we're easy targets because we're a boy band, a K-pop act, and we have this high fan loyalty." After the article went live, #BillboardApologizeToBTS started trending on Twitter. Points have been made Thoughts, Exhale?
  14. Lil Nas X's new song "Industry Baby" debuted at #2. Which according to Billboard is the new #1 Not them low-key knowing BTS stans allegedly will stop at nothing to keep them at #1 (not saying they're using bots, but I'm not not saying that either) Related:
  15. Okay, so people are saying BTS fans does Mass buying to keep their songs up the chart? They are around 14 top 10 hits on BB okay so moving on, I've seen artists like Taylor etc to release multiple vinyls pressing and remixes of the song - does that say mass buying as I believe fans buy all of them? I am truly confused as in my belief we can buy the song once on iTunes and even if you gift a song to somebody then there must be a limit or you can just gift them to 100s of people? Explain, I am behind this knowledge! How can BB source unique IP Addresses or streaming? Not able to understand, I've also seen artists buy playlists to gather more streams recently I saw Beyonce has 600M playlist reach on Spotify while Britney has 167M - how does this make sense? I am not able to understand, you can just get more streams if you are in more playlist won't people skip songs if they don't like? How it works, EXPLAIN! Related:
  16. While their single “Butter” is still topping Hot 100 for the sixth consecutive week, BTS has dropped a new single “Permission to Dance”, co-written by Ed Sheeran. Let’s break another record, Army!! Such a cute song with an amazing message!
  17. BTS just released their disco-dance song 'Butter' AKA 'Dynamite's' cooler and elder brother which broke YouTube records for most viewed video within 24 hours in the platform. However, besides their YouTube and Spotify records, is the song underperforming for their usual standards? The song is out of the US Spotify Top 10, is only #55 in AM, Performing badly in Itunes charts, #26 in in pop airplay charts and doesn't seem to be having a great debut in the Billboard Hot 100 especially after the spontaneous ban of website sales. Compared to the explosive performance of their last hit 'Dynamite', it is doing quite okay despite being a song coming from the biggest boyband in the moment. So does it make u think the song is and will underperform? I really don't want it to because it's a really good song and hit material but its stats are not really that much in BTS favor. Thoughts? Lemme know
  18. "Butter" is the first song from a group to mark 5 consecutive weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart since 1996. On June 28 local time, Billboard announced that BTS’s “Butter” had taken No. 1 on the Hot 100, its weekly ranking of the most popular songs in the United States, for the fifth consecutive week. “Butter” also topped the list for top-selling songs of the week. BTS set the record for the longest-running No. 1 hit by any Asian act when it topped the Hot 100 for the fourth consecutive time last week. This week’s fifth consecutive No. 1 extends that record. Billboard’s Gary Trust writes, “Only one song by a group has topped the Hot 100 for more weeks from its debut than ‘Butter’: Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men’s ‘One Sweet Day,’ which spent its first 16 weeks on the chart at No. 1 in 1995-96.” Billboard shared that “Butter” garnered 12.4 million U.S. streams and 128,400 downloads (a 15 percent increase) for the week ending on June 24, as well as 27.6 million radio airplay audience impressions (a 6 percent increase) in the week ending on June 27. Billboard also stated that “Butter” had sold at least 100,000 downloads in each of its first five weeks, the first song to do so since “Despacito” in 2017. According to Billboard, “Butter” is just the 11th song out of the 54 songs that have debuted at No. 1 to spend its first five weeks at No. 1 in the history of the Hot 100. Of the 1,125 songs that have hit No. 1 in the history of the Hot 100, “Butter” is the 196th to spend at least five weeks at the top. The #Hot100 top 10 (chart dated July 3, 2021) — billboard charts (@billboardcharts) June 28, 2021 https://www.soompi.com/article/1477041wpp/btss-butter-tops-billboard-hot-100-for-a-record-breaking-5th-consecutive-week https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/9593954/bts-butter-number-one-fifth-week-hot-100
  19. Whoever's in charge of marketing at McDonald's deserves a raise. The fast food giant announced they're releasing a BTS meal. Whatever that means Are YOU ordering a BTS burger?
  20. update: BTS also went on Twitter to thank their fans for helping them gain another achievement. The song's finalized numbers have been reported by Billboard, with 228.1k copies sold. This marks the biggest sales week of 2021 so far, and the biggest since the band's "Dynamite". Since the number revealed has already been filtered, the #1 chart position for "Butter" is almost locked, bumping Olivia Rodrigo's "good 4 u" to No.2 position. This is the band's 4th No.1 on the chart. Congratulations my men!
  21. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.rollingstone.com/tv/tv-news/lady-gaga-justin-bieber-bts-removed-friends-reunion-special-china-1175936/amp/ In what is no surprise here, China edited 6 Minutes of footage from the friends reunion, and references of the LGBTQ legacy (that one has been criticized by most of today's eyes) is also removed. Lady Gaga and Justin bieber are both banned in China, lady gaga was unbanned for a brief moment but Gaga embracing China's Enemy The Dhali Lama and taking a photo with him led to a more and permanent ban of her Music, Movies and image and touring the country. Justin Bieber is banned for his bad Behavior In 2014 which led to arrests and such. And taking a photo at a controversial Stadium in Japan. As for BTS, siding with America and Korea on the Korean war led to a permanent ban and a campaign ultimately canceled.. We already know LGBTQ people are considered illegal in China so that erasure was going to happen..
  22. Somehow managed to make this sound both 80s and 00's haha. Hope you like it!
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