On September 26 native time, Billboard revealed its newest International Excl. U.S. chart (which ranks songs’ world reputation primarily based on streaming and gross sales exercise from over 200 territories around the globe, excluding the USA). Nevertheless, followers quickly observed that whereas all of V’s B-sides from his solo debut album “Layover” had made the chart, his title monitor “Gradual Dancing” was conspicuously lacking.
After followers introduced the error to Billboard’s consideration, Billboard revealed a revised model of the chart, which now included “Gradual Dancing” at No. 9.
This week’s International Excl. U.S. prime 10 (chart dated Sept. 30, 2023)
— billboard charts (@billboardcharts) September 26, 2023
In the meantime, after debuting at No. 2 final week, “Layover” spent its second consecutive week on the Billboard 200 (which ranks the most well-liked albums in the USA) at No. 20.
“Layover” additionally efficiently held onto its spot at No. 2 on each the Top Album Sales chart and Top Current Album Sales chart—that means that it was the second best-selling album of the week in the USA for the second week in a row, bested solely by Olivia Rodrigo’s “Guts.”
Moreover, V stayed robust at No. 13 on Billboard’s Artist 100, marking his fourth general week on the chart as a soloist.
With the belated inclusion of “Gradual Dancing,” all of V’s tracks from “Layover” remained on the International Excl. U.S. chart this week: “Gradual Dancing” charted at No. 9, “Love Me Once more” at No. 43, “Wet Days” at No. 78, “For Us” at No. 142, and “Blue” at No. 190.
In the meantime, on the Global 200 (which incorporates knowledge from the USA), “Gradual Dancing” got here in at No. 20, “Love Me Once more” at No. 86, and “Wet Days” at No. 150.
Congratulations to V!
Watch V on his current episode of “Running Man” with subtitles on Viki beneath: