U.S. viewers are digging "DNA" (and "Go Go" and "Mic Drop" and basically the entire "Love Yourself: Her" EP).
BTS continue to reap the benefits of their live U.S. television debut at the 2017 American Music Awards by surging on multiple charts. After wowing the crowd with their performance of "DNA" -- with their fans filling Microsoft Theater with their chants -- the group saw big gains when it came to their latest EP and single.
Impressively, BTS' Love Yourself: Her returns to the Billboard 200, jumping back in at No. 198 on the ranking, after moving just over 1,000 copies in the week ending Nov. 23. Streaming was the main factor in helping Her surge back to the Billboard 200 with the album garnering 12 million total on-demand streams in the week, according to Nielsen Music. This marks the seventh week that the EP has spent on the chart, extending their record as the longest-running K-pop release on the tally ever.