K-pop boy band <a href="/music/got7">GOT7</a> takes the No. 1 spot on the latest Billboard Japan Hot 100 dated June 18-24 with their latest single, "THE New Era." The group's single sold 70,756 CDs in its first week of sales, while the song that bowed at No. 2, "Summer Love" by the Tokai-local regional J-pop boy band <a href="/music/MAGC-PRINCE">MAG!C PRINCE</a>, sold 84,954 copies. GOT7 covered this difference with points from look-ups (No. 22) and Twitter mentions (No. 3) to lead this week's chart.
DA PUMP's "U.S.A." is still performing well in the digital metrics of the chart's measurement, coming in at No. 1 for video views, No. 2 for streaming, and No. 3 for downloads this week. Due to slow overall physical sales during this chart week, the J-pop vocal and dance group's viral single returns to No. 3 on the Japan Hot 100.
K-pop girl group <a href="/music/BLACKPINK">BLACKPINK</a>'s sophomore EP, Square Up, and its lead single, "DDU-DU DDU-DU," made history on the U.S. Billboard charts, bowing at No. 40 on the Billboard 200 and at No. 55 on the Hot 100 respectively -- the highest chartings to date by an all-female K-pop group.