Plus: BTS' "Butter" reigns at No. 1 for two consecutive weeks, while their record-shattering hit "Dynamite" spends a total of 40 weeks in the top 10.
The Boyz -- one of K-pop’s fastest-rising and most exciting groups under Cre.ker Entertainment -- are bigger and buzzier than ever as the 11-member group debuts at No. 7 on the Billboard K-Pop 100 chart (dated June 12) with their latest single “Kingdom Come,” becoming the group's first top 10 hit.
The group’s final performance track for the popular boy-band competition series Kingdom: Legendary War, which aired June 2 on Mnet, earned the most downloads in the tracking week ending June 3 Korea time, proving their strong fanbase. This song is now their third K-Pop 100 entry after “Checkmate” (June 2020) and “The Stealer” (October 2020) charted at No. 90 and No. 86, respectively.