List of K-pop on the Billboard charts

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Current Billboard logo, introduced in 2013

Billboard K-Town is an online Billboard column which reports on chart information for K-pop music published by the Billboard charts which tabulates the relative weekly popularity of songs or albums in the United States. This is a list of K-pop musicians and bands and their placement, along with their musical releases, singles, EPs and albums on the Billboard charts.[1][2]

BoA performing at San Francisco Pride, June 28, 2009

2009 – present[edit]

Psy performing Gangnam Style at KIIS-FM Jingle Ball, Los Angeles, December 3, 2012
  • This list depends on continual updates taken from *Billboard artists[3] and *Billboard charts.[4]
  • Charts with all updates 2009–present are marked (Complete).
  • Billboard artists comprehensive update incomplete.
  • Billboard charts comprehensive update incomplete.
  • The list is currently minus portions of Psy performance on 58 charts.
  • The list is exclusive of Korea K-Pop Hot 100 data.
  • Figures in red highlight indicate the highest rating received by K-pop artists on that chart.
  •      – Current week's charting

Album charts[edit]

Song charts[edit]

All other weekly charts[edit]

Artist 100 (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2014-07-19
Chart date[5] Artist Peak position Weeks on chart
2015-12-19 Psy 88 1
2016-04-09 Got7[6] 45 1 (R) 2
2016-10-29 BTS[7][8] 1 (Peaked 85th week, 2018-06-02 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2018-09-08 for 1 week)
102
2018-02-03 EXO 18 18 (R) 20
2018-03-10 J-Hope[9] 91 2
2018-04-14 NCT 51 1 (R) 4
2018-06-30 BLACKPINK 33 2
2018-07-14 Seventeen 87 1

Billboard Twitter Emerging Artists / Emerging Artists (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2014-05-27[10] and revamped on chart dated 2017-09-02 and renamed Emerging Artists.[11]
Chart date[12] Artist Song/album title Peak position Weeks on chart
2014-09-20 Infinite "Last Romeo"[13] 1 1
2016-04-02 Fiestar "Mirror" 2 4 (R) 5
2016-06-25 Fiestar "Apple Pie" 5 5
2016-08-27 Wonder Girls "I Feel You" 41 1
2016-09-03 Infinite "Bad" 31 1
2016-12-17 DEAN feat. Gaeko "D (Half Moon)" 2 28
2016-12-17 Dalshabet "Someone Like U" 24 1 (R) 2
2017-02-18 Gallant & Tablo & Eric Nam "Cave Me In" 1 8
2017-06-03 Dean feat. Syd "Love" 2 4
2017-06-10 Seventeen "Don't Wanna Cry" 1 2
2017-06-10 Seventeen "Crazy in Love" 2 2
2017-06-10 Seventeen "My I" 5 2 (R) 4
2017-06-10 Seventeen "Love Letter" 14 2
2017-06-10 Seventeen "Pretty U" 10 2
2017-06-17 CLC "Hobgoblin" 5 7
2017-06-17 Seventeen "Highlight" 11 1
2017-06-17 CLC "Meow Meow" 14 1 (R) 3
2017-06-17 Seventeen "Beautiful" 23 1
2017-11-11 Wanna One 4 5 (R) 24
2017-11-25 Monsta X 14 4 (R) 26
2017-12-02 Red Velvet 6 2 (R) 9
2018-01-03[14] RM[15] 46 1
2018-03-03 Agust D 46 1
2018-03-10 J-Hope[9] 3 2
2018-03-31 NCT 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2018-05-05 for 1 week) 7 (R) 21
2018-05-12 NCT 127 13 2 (R) 6
2018-05-12 Stray Kids 18 1 (R) 4
2018-06-09 Jackson Wang 14 1
2018-06-16 BtoB 47 1
2018-06-30 BLACKPINK[16] 1 (Entered at #1 for 1 week) 11
2018-07-28 Mamamoo 37 1
2018-08-11 iKON 31 2
2018-08-18 Baekhyun 10 2 (R) 3
2018-08-25 (G)I-DLE 38 1
2018-09-01 LOONA 28 1
2018-09-08 NCT Dream 12 4

Billboard Twitter Top Tracks (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2014-05-27 and discontinued after 2017-08-26.[11]
2014 – present
Chart date[17] Artist Song/album title Peak position Weeks on chart
2014-06-21 Psy feat. Snoop Dogg "Hangover"[10] 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2014-06-28 for 1 week) 4
2014-07-12 Girls' Generation "Mr.Mr."[10] 49 1
2014-08-02 Skrillex and Diplo featuring G-Dragon and CL
(*K-pop artist featured on)
"Dirty Vibe"[10] 9 1 (R) 2
2014-09-20 Infinite "Last Romeo"[13] 33 1
2015-01-17 CNBLUE "Can't Stop" 43 1
2015-06-27 BTS "Tomorrow" 8 1
2015-08-01 Super Junior "Devil" 3 5
2015-08-01 Infinite "Bad" 4 7 (R) 8
2015-08-01 Apink "Remember" 13 7
2015-08-01 BTS "Dope" 16 1 (R) 16
2015-08-22 Wonder Girls "I Feel You" 11 3
2015-08-22 Apink "Petal" 50 1
2015-09-12 Girls' Generation "Lion Heart" 18 4
2015-09-12 Girls' Generation "You Think" 42 1
2015-10-03 CNBLUE "Cinderella" 8 3 (R) 4
2015-10-10 Super Junior "Magic" 34 1
2015-10-17 BTS "I Need U" 6 1 (R) 17
2015-12-19 Psy feat. CL "Daddy" 5 4 (R) 6
2016-01-02 BTS "Dope" (see also Dope 2015-08-01) 16 1 (R) 16
2016-01-09 Apink "Luv" 24 1
2016-01-16 2PM "My House" 14 1
2016-01-23 BTS "Run" 5 12
2016-01-23 BTS "Butterfly" 2 2 (R) 9
2016-04-02 Baauer feat. M.I.A. and G-Dragon
(*K-pop artist featured on)
"Temple" 27 1
2016-06-04 BTS "Save Me" 3 8 (R) 28
2016-06-04 Tiffany "I Just Wanna Dance" 8 3
2016-06-11 BTS "Fire" 3 37 (R) 48
2016-06-25 BTS "Young Forever" 4 1
2016-06-25 U-KISS "Stalker" 27 1
2016-10-29 BTS "Blood Sweat & Tears"[18] 5 4 (R) 5
2016-10-29 BTS "Lie" (Jimin solo) 4 2 (R) 5
2016-11-26 BTS "MAMA" (J-Hope solo) 15 3 (R) 6
2016-12-17 DEAN feat. Gaeko "D (Half Moon)" 33 1
2016-12-17 Baek A-yeon feat. JB "Just Because" 45 1
2016-12-17 Zico feat. Zion.T "Eureka" 49 1
2016-12-24 Far East Movement feat. Tiffany & King Chain "Don't Speak" 16 2
2017-02-18 Gallant & Tablo & Eric Nam "Cave Me In" 42 1
2017-03-04 BTS "Not Today" 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2017-03-11 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2017-03-25 for 1 week
return to #1 on 2017-05-20 for 1 week
return to #1 on 2017-06-24 for 1 week)
26
2017-03-11 BTS "Reflection" 39 1
2017-03-25 BTS "First Love" Suga solo 22 1
2017-04-08 BTS "Spring Day" 3 16
2017-04-08 CNBLUE "Between Us" 9 4
2017-04-08 BTS "Stigma" V solo 26 1 (R) 3
2017-04-15 Twice "Knock Knock 17 1 (R) 8
2017-04-15 BTS "Outro: Wings" 34 1
2017-04-22 Got7 "Never Ever" 2 9 (R) 13
2017-04-22 Monsta X "Beautiful" 4 9 (R) 12
2017-04-22 BtoB "Movie" 18 1 (R) 3
2017-04-22 GFriend "Fingertip" 28 2
2017-04-29 BTS "Two! Three!" 14 1 (R) 4
2017-04-29 Zico "She's a Baby" 30 1
2017-05-27 Psy "I Luv It" 11 1
2017-05-27 Psy "New Face" 19 2
2017-06-03 Twice "Signal" 4 9
2017-06-10 Seventeen "Don't Wanna Cry" 8 7
2017-06-10 Seventeen "Crazy in Love" 25 2
2017-06-17 Sistar "Lonely" 8 2
2017-06-17 Astro "Baby" 20 1
2017-06-24 G-Dragon "Untitled, 2014" 15 5
2017-07-15 Seventeen "Highlight" 11 1
2017-07-15 Got7 "Paradise" 21 1
2017-07-22 BTS "Come Back Home" 1 (Entered at #1 on 2017-07-22 for 1 week) 6
2017-07-22 Day6 "Hi Hello" 7 2
2017-07-29 Psy feat. Taeyang "Love" 26 2
2017-07-29 Twice "Touchdown" 46 1
2017-08-05 NU'EST "Look (A Starlight Night)" 8 1
2017-08-05 Jay Park feat. Sik-K "Yacht" 46 1
2017-08-12 Monsta X "Shine Forever" 28 1
2017-08-12 NCT 127 "Baby Dont Like It" 30 1
2017-08-12 NCT 127 "Cherry Bomb" 35 3
2017-08-19 Girls' Generation "All Night" 4 2
2017-08-19 Girls' Generation "Holiday" 5 2
2017-08-19 GFriend "Love Whisper" 13 2
2017-08-19 Twice "Cheer Up" 7 2

Hot Tours[edit]

  • Ranked by Gross. Compiled from Boxscores reported for weekly periods. Only current week retained on chart.
Report Date[19] Event Date Artist Venue City/State Gross Sales Attend/Capacity Rank
2010-10-09 2010-09-04 SM Town Live '10 World Tour[20] Staples Center Los Angeles $1,101,582 15,015 (Unknown) 10
Unknown 2011-10-23 SM Town Live '10 World Tour[21] Madison Square Garden New York City $1,600,000 11,439 (11,439) Unknown
Unknown 2012-08-24 2NE1[22] Nokia Theatre L.A. Live Los Angeles $653,716 6,680 (6,714) 29
2013-08-09 2013-07-05 TVXQ! [23] Microsoft Theater Los Angeles, California $304,175 4,161 (5,734) 33
2014-11-23 2014-09-14 g.o.d. [24] Prudential Center Newark, N.J. $394,010 5,142 (9,145) 164
2014-11-23 2014-10-03 B1A4 [25] Best Buy Theater New York, N.Y. $132,760 1,219 (2,150) 307
2014-11-23 2014-10-05 B1A4 [26] Rosemont Theatre Rosemont, Ill. $132,760 1,233 (4,402) 285
2015-10-13 2015-10-03 BIGBANG[27][28] Staples Center Los Angeles $1,715,587 13,361 (13,535) 10
2016-04-16 2016-01-10 Infinite[29] Microsoft Theater Los Angeles $368,300 3,535 (4,323) 68
2016-04-16 2016-01-19 Infinite[29] PlayStation Theater New York City $151,255 1,670 (2,136) 125
2016-06-21 2016-02-21 EXO[30] Prudential Center Newark, New Jersey $1,418,705 9,919 (9,919) 13
2016-07-19 2016-04-08 AOMG[31] PlayStation Theater New York City $214,005 1,846 (2,150) 39
2016-09-17 2016-07-30&31 KCON[32] Staples Center Los Angeles $2,224,820 26,229 (26,229) 44
2016-11-26 2016-06-24 KCON[33] Prudential Center Newark $2,279,825 18,300 (18,300) 30
2017-01-28 2016-11-04 CL[34] Microsoft Theater Los Angeles $274,910 3,264 (4,002) 43
2017-02-04 2016-11-10 CL[35] Chicago Theatre Chicago $197,586 1,506 (2,461) 30
2017-04-29 2017-03-19&20 BTS[36] Citibank Hall São Paulo, Brazil $1,207,360 15,327 (15,327) 16
2017-06-03 2017-04-28 EXO[37] The Forum Inglewood $1,436,158 8,668 (9,739) 8
2017-06-10 2017-05-28 BTS[38] Qudos Bank Arena Sydney, Australia $2,054,650 11,023 (11,424) 4
2017-06-24 2017-04-25 EXO[39] Prudential Center Newark $998,411 5,999 (10,967) 41
2017-09-02 2017-07-16 G-Dragon[40] The Forum Inglewood $1,354,697 9,928 (10,957) 25
2017-09-09 2017-08-08 G-Dragon[41] Brisbane Entertainment Centre Brisbane, Australia $401,154 2,103 (2,351) 103
2017-09-23 2017-09-01 Taeyang[42] The Theatre at Madison Square Garden New York City $539,949 3,509 (5,322) 74
2017-09-30 2017-04-29 Korea Times Music Festival[43] Hollywood Bowl Los Angeles $1,191,060 12,968 (17,463) 18
2017-10-07 2017-07-19 G-Dragon[44] Toyota Center Houston $789,233 5,708 (7,796) 29
2017-10-14 2017-09-22&23 KCON[45] Qudos Bank Arena Sydney, Australia $1,587,760 8,481 (15,798) 44
2017-10-28 2017-09-15 KARD[46] State Theatre Minneapolis $155,420 1,814 (1,814) 169
2017-11-04 2017-08-19&20 KCON[47] Staples Center Los Angeles $2,542,440 23,806 (23,806) 5
2017-11-04 2017-07-14 Monsta X[47] PlayStation Theater New York City $226,298 2,124 (2,150) 56
2017-11-25 2017-06-23&24 KCON[48] Prudential Center Newark $1,470,230 12,642 (20,576) 47
2017-11-25 2017-07-27 G-Dragon[48] Barclays Center Brooklyn $1,380,349 7,920 (9,861) 53
2017-11-25 2017-07-14 G-Dragon[48] SAP Center San Jose $1,161,815 9,031 (11,441) 73
2017-11-25 2017-07-30 G-Dragon[48] Air Canada Centre Toronto, Canada $1,078,640 9,525 (9,525) 80
2017-11-25 2017-07-11 G-Dragon[48] KeyArena Seattle $809,157 6,246 (8,610) 120
2017-12-02 2017-09-30 G-Dragon[49] Mercedes-Benz Arena Berlin, Germany $1,279,070 9,161 (12,322) 9
2018-01-20 2017-07-21 G-Dragon[50] United Center Chicago $944,143 7,035 (10,688) 14
2018-02-03 2017-07-25 G-Dragon[51] American Airlines Arena Miami $562,097 4,481 (12,129) 34
2018-02-24 2017-09-03 Taeyang[52] Aragon Ballroom Chicago $303,250 1,756 (4,873) 46
2018-04-14 2018-03-30 Lee Moon-se[53] Microsoft Theater Los Angeles $570,730 4,123 (5,644) 42
2018-04-21 2018-03-23 Music Bank World Tour[54] Movistar Arena Santiago, Chile $999,510 9,014 (12,974) 28
2018-08-18 2018-07-06 Got7[nb 1] The Forum Inglewood $1,303,154 9,600 (10,371) 16
2018-08-25 2018-06-17 Monsta X[56] Eventim Apollo London, United Kingdom $486,814 4,348 (4,465) 22

Next Big Sound (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2010-12-18.
Chart date[57] Artist Peak position Weeks on chart
2010-12-18 Choi Si-won 5 1
2011-01-01 Sungha Jung(*K-pop covers & collaborations)[58][59] 10 1
2011-01-08 4Minute 5 1
2011-04-30 2PM 1 1
2011-05-21 Super Junior-M 3 1
2011-07-23 Wonder Girls 12 1
2011-07-30 BIGBANG 2 1
2011-08-06 Rain 6 1
2011-08-20 Jay Park 7 1
2011-08-20 2NE1 9 1
2011-09-03 2AM 6 1
2011-10-15 Park Jung-min 5 1
2011-10-29 Lee Sung-yeol 8 1
2011-11-05 U-KISS 5 1
2012-05-26 Jung Min-A (*Indie-folk gayageum player)[60][61] 1 1
2013-11-02 9MUSES 14 1
2017-09-09 K.A.R.D 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2017-12-16 for 2 weeks) 28
2017-11-25 Day6 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2017-12-30 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2018-01-13 for 1 week)
9
2018-03-31 Stray Kids 4 4

Social 50 (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2010-12-11. *Peak position column not sorting.
Chart date[62] Artist Peak position Weeks on chart
2011-07-09 2PM 35 1
2011-11-26 Wonder Girls 33 2
2012-03-31ast Sungha Jung (*K-pop covers & collaborations)[58][59] 33 12 (R) 19
2012-04-21 BIGBANG 11[63] 11
2012-08-18 Psy 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2012-09-08 for 10 weeks) 1 (R) 56
2015-08-01 Girls' Generation 12[64] 3 (R) 7
2015-08-29 VIXX 14 4 (R) 26
2015-10-17 JJ Project
Got7 (chart changed name on 2016-04-09, 5th week,
named JJ Project again on 11 week)
2[6] 2 (R) 57
2016-02-13 RYEOWOOK 38 1
2016-09-03 CL 17 2 (R) 6
2016-10-29 BTS 1 (Entered at #1 for 2 weeks,
moved to #2 on 2016-11-12 for 2 weeks,
return to #1 on 2016-11-26 for 1 week,
moved to #2 on 2016-12-03 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2016-12-10 for 3 weeks
moved to #2 on 2016-12-31 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2017-01-07 for 3 weeks,
moved to #2 on 2017-01-28 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2017-02-04 for 8 weeks,
moved to #2 on 2017-04-01 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2017-04-08 for 11 weeks,
moved to #2 on 2017-06-24 for 1 week
return to #1 on 2017-07-01 for 1 week
moved to #2 on 2017-07-08 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2017-07-15 for 1 week,[65]
moved to #2 on 2017-07-22 for 1 week,
return to #1 on 2017-07-29 for 63 weeks)[7]
102
2016-11-19 BLACKPINK 5 4 (R) 49
2017-01-07 Taeyeon 16 6 (R) 13
2017-02-18 Red Velvet 3 1 (R) 10
2017-05-27 Hyuna 39 1
2017-06-24 Seventeen 2 67
2017-08-12 EXO 2 61
2017-09-02 Taeyang 36 3 (R) 4
2017-09-09 G-Dragon 17 1 (R) 3
2017-10-21 Wanna One 3 14 (R) 40
2017-11-11 Epik High 22 1
2017-11-25 Monsta X 4 12 (R) 42
2017-11-25 Twice 5 1 (R) 25
2018-01-03[14] Jonghyun 2 1
2018-01-03[14] SHINee 4 1 (R) 10
2018-01-13 Seungri 46 1
2018-01-20 JBJ 35 2
2018-02-03 Suzy 17 2
2018-03-31 NCT 2 27
2018-03-31 Stray Kids 9 15 (R) 16
2018-04-14[66][67] Astro 22 1 (R) 16
2018-04-14[66][67] Yesung 20 9
2018-04-21 Super Junior 16 2 (R) 16
2018-04-21 Pentagon 20 1 (R) 7
2018-05-12 NCT 127 5 3 (R) 11
2018-05-19 Momoland 47 1
2018-06-09 (G)I-DLE 24 1 (R) 4
2018-06-16 BtoB 21 1 (R) 4
2018-06-23 NU'EST 26 8
2018-06-30 Day6 23 1
2018-07-14 Apink 39 1
2018-07-21 MAMAMOO 26 4
2018-07-28 GFriend 30 1
2018-08-11 SF9 40 1
2018-08-18 Baekhyun 2 2 (R) 3
2018-08-18 iKON 23 1 (R) 2
2018-08-25 LOONA 30 2
2018-08-25 NCT Dream 4 6

Spotify Velocity (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2016-01-23 and discontinued after chart dated 2017-07-22.
2016 – present
Chart date[68] Artist Song Peak position Weeks on chart
2016-07-02 EXO "Monster" 20 1
2016-09-03 BLACKPINK "Whistle" 12 2
2016-09-17 CL "Lifted" 25 1
2016-09-24 Red Velvet "Russian Roulette" 16 1
2016-11-05 BTS "Blood Sweat & Tears" 6 2
2016-11-12 Far East Movement & Marshmello
featuring Chanyeol & Tinashe
"Freal Luv" 24 1
2016-11-26 BLACKPINK "Playing with Fire" 24 1
2017-01-14 BIGBANG "Fxxk It" 13 2
2017-07-08 NCT 127 "Cherry Bomb" 20 1
2017-07-22 BLACKPINK "As If It's Your Last" 22 1

Spotify Viral 50 (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2016-01-23 and discontinued after chart dated 2017-07-22.
2016 – present
Chart date[69] Artist Song Peak position Weeks on chart
2016-05-07 NCT U "The 7th Sense" 35 2
2016-06-04 Tiffany "I Just Wanna Dance" 49 1
2016-07-30 NCT 127 "Fire Truck" 17 2
2016-09-03 BLACKPINK "Whistle" 16 2
2016-09-03 BLACKPINK "Boombayah" 36 1
2016-09-10 CL "Lifted" 30 1
2016-09-24 NCT Dream "Chewing Gum" 23 2
2016-10-08 Yoo Jae-suk X Exo "Dancing King" 16 2
2016-11-05 BTS "Blood Sweat & Tears" 32 1
2016-12-31 Eric Nam & Timbaland "Body"[70] 43 1
2017-01-07 Chanyeol & Punch "Stay With Me" 22 2
2017-01-21 K.A.R.D feat. Heo Young-ji "Oh NaNa" 12 1
2017-02-18 Gallant & Tablo & Eric Nam "Cave Me In" 14 1
2017-03-04 BTS "Spring Day" 35 2
2017-03-04 BTS "Not Today" 45 2
2017-03-11 K.A.R.D "Don't Recall" 34 1
2017-04-15 BgA (*K-pop parody group) "Who's It Gonna Be" 33 1
2017-05-06 Gaeko feat. Rap Monster "Gajah" 48 1
2017-05-13 Minzy feat. Jay Park "Flashlight" 31 1
2017-05-13 IU "Ending Scene" 49 1
2017-05-20 Suran feat. Changmo "Wine" 23 1
2017-05-20 Baekhyun "Take You Home" 31 1
2017-07-08 NCT 127 "Cherry Bomb" 38 1
2017-07-22 Twice "Cheer Up" 5 1

Uncharted (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2011-01-29 and discontinued after chart dated 2014-06-07.
2011 – present
Chart date[71] Artist Peak position Weeks on chart
2011-02-26 Sungha Jung (*K-pop covers & collaborations)[58][59] 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2012-10-06 for 1 week,
on 2013-02-23 for 1 week,
on 2013-03-23 for 5 weeks,
on 2013-05-04 for 8 weeks)
16 (R) 132
2011-06-04 CNBLUE 49 1
2013-09-07 BtoB 48 1 (R) 3

YouTube (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart information starts 2011-08-13. Chart missing information for 2013-10-26, 2013-11-16, 2014-09-06, 2014-12-12, 2015-05-16.
Chart date[72] Artist Song/album title Peak position Weeks on chart
(# after
Re-entry
is total)
2011-08-13 2NE1 "Don't Stop the Music" 5 1
2011-08-20 Super Junior "Mr. Simple" 19 1
2011-11-26 Wonder Girls "Be My Baby" 12 1
2012-06-23 BIGBANG "Monster" 11 1
2012-06-23 Wonder Girls "Like This" 22 1
2012-06-30 f(x) "Electric Shock" 4 2
2012-06-30 Girls' Generation "Paparazzi" 11 3
2012-07-28 2NE1 "I Love You" 14 1
2012-08-11 Psy "Gangnam Style" 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2012-09-08 for 7 weeks,
on 2013-12-01 for 10 weeks,
on 2013-02-16 for 2 weeks,
on 2013-04-06 for 3 weeks,
on 2013-07-20 for 1 week)
11 (R) 56
7 (R) 8
2012-09-22 Girls' Generation "All My Love Is for You" 6 1
2012-09-29 Girls' Generation "Oh!" 5 2
2012-11-10 HyunA "Ice Cream"[73] 2 2
2012-11-10 Psy feat. HyunA "Oppa is Gangnam Style" 2 10
2012-11-17 Girls' Generation "Flower Power" 10 2
2012-11-17 Lee Hi "1,2,3,4" 24 1
2013-01-12 Girls' Generation "I Got a Boy"[74] 2 6
2013-04-27 Psy "Gentleman" 1 (Entered at #1 for 10 weeks) 32 (R) 36
2013-07-27 2NE1 "Falling in Love" 24 1
2013-08-17 Exo "XOXO (Kisses & Hugs)" 17 1
2013-09-21 G-Dragon feat. Diplo & Baauer "Coup d'Etat" 10 1
2013-11-23 Girls' Generation "My Oh My" 13 1
2013-12-07 2NE1 "Missing You" 21 3
2014-06-28 Psy feat. Snoop Dogg "Hangover" 1 (Entered at #1 on 2014-06-28 for 1 week) 4
2015-04-18 Exo "Call Me Baby 22 1
2015-06-20 BIGBANG "Bang Bang Bang" 13 2
2015-12-19 Psy feat. CL "Daddy" 6 3
2016-05-14 Twice "Cheer Up" 25 1
2016-11-12 Twice "TT" 7 1
2017-03-04 BTS "Spring Day" 11 1
2017-03-11 Twice "Knock Knock" 8 1
2017-03-11 BTS "Not Today" 10 1
2017-10-07 BTS "DNA" 4 2
2017-11-25 Twice "Likey" 8 1
2017-12-16 BTS feat. Desiigner "MIC Drop" (Steve Aoki remix) 20 1
2017-12-30 Twice "Heart Shaker" 8 1
2018-03-10 J-Hope "Daydream" 22 1
2018-03-24 Got7 "Look" 21 1
2018-04-21 Twice "What Is Love?" 3 1
2018-06-02 BTS "Fake Love"[8][75] 2 3
2018-06-30 BLACKPINK "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du" 4 7 (R) 11
2018-08-18 Stray Kids "My Pace" 19 1

Year end charts[edit]

2010 - 2017

Billboard Hot 100 Artists (Year end) (Complete)[edit]

Year[76] Artist Rank
2012 Psy 51
2013 Psy 35

Billboard Hot 100 Songs (Year end) (Complete)[edit]

Year[77] Artist Song/Album Title Rank
2012 Psy "Gangnam Style" 47
2013 Psy "Gangnam Style" 55

Billboard Twitter Top Tracks (Year end) (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2014-12-31.
Year[78] Artist Song/Album Title Rank
2014 Psy feat. Snoop Dogg "Hangover" 48
2016 BTS "Fire" 26
2016 BTS "Save Me" 36

Hot Singles Sales (Year end) (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2006-12-31
Year[79] Artist Song/Album Title Rank
2009 Wonder Girls "Nobody" 1
2010 Wonder Girls "Nobody" 31

Japan Hot 100 (Year end) (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2008-12-31
Year Artist Song Rank
2010 Shojo Jidai "Gee" 57
2010 Kara "Mister" 82
2011 Kara "Go Go Summer!"[80] 8
2011 Shojo Jidai "Mr. Taxi"[80] 11
2011 Kara "Jet Coaster Love"[80] 12
2011 Shojo Jidai "Gee"[80] 23
2011 Tohoshinki "Why? (Keep Your Head Down)"[80] 30
2011 Kara "Winter Magic"[80] 53
2011 Jang Keun-suk "Let Me Cry"[80] 64
2011 T-ara "Bo Peep Bo Peep"[80] 86
2012 Shojo Jidai "Paparazzi"[81] 50
2014 Tohoshinki "Time Works Wonders"[82] 8
2014 Tohoshinki "Sweat"[82] 40
2015 Tohoshinki "Sakuramichi"[83] 15
2016 BIGBANG "BANG BANG BANG"[84] 28
2016 BIGBANG "Fantastic Baby"[84] 37
2017 Twice "TT"[85] 6
2017 Twice "SIGNAL"[85] 23
2017 BTS "Blood Sweat & Tears"[85] 27
2017 Twice "One More Time"[85] 31
2017 Twice "Like Ooh-Ahh"[85] 56
2017 Twice "Knock Knock"[85] 60
2017 Twice "Cheer Up"[85] 71
2017 BIGBANG "BANG BANG BANG"[85] 95

Social 50 (Year end) (Complete)[edit]

Year[86] Artist Ranking
2012 Psy 15
2013 Psy 18
2016 BTS 34
2017 BTS 1
2017 EXO 35
2017 Seventeen 41

Streaming Songs (Year end) (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2013-12-31.
Year[87] Artist Song/Album Title Rank
2013 Psy "Gangnam Style" 2
2013 Psy "Gentleman" 24
2014 Psy "Gangnam Style" 14
2015 Psy "Gangnam Style" 24

Streaming Songs Artists (Year end) (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2013-12-31.
Year[88] Artist Rank
2013 Psy 2
2014 Psy 15
2015 Psy 25

Top Artists (Year end) (Complete)[edit]

Year[89] Artist Rank
2017 BTS 10

World Albums (Year end) (Complete)[edit]

Year[90] Artist Song/Album Title Rank
2014 2NE1 Crush[91] 11
2015 EXO Exodus[92] 8
2016 BTS Wings[93] 6
2016 BTS The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Part 2[93] 9
2016 Got7 Flight Log: Departure[93] 15
2017 BTS Love Yourself: Her[94] 2
2017 G-Dragon Kwon Ji Yong[94] 5
2017 BIGBANG Made[94] 6
2017 EXO The War[94] 7
2017 BTS Wings[94] 9
2017 BTS You Never Walk Alone 11

World Albums Artists (Year end) (Complete)[edit]

Year Artist Rank
2013 G-Dragon[95] 9
2013 SHINee[95] 10
2014 EXO[96] 7
2014 2NE1[96] 9
2015[97] EXO 7
2016 BTS[98] 5
2016 Got7[98] 6
2017 BTS[99] 1
2017 G-Dragon[99] 5
2017 BIGBANG[99] 6
2017 EXO[99] 7

World Albums Imprints (Year end) (Complete)[edit]

Year[100] Label Rank
2014 S.M. Entertainment 5
2015 S.M. Entertainment 2
2016 Big Hit Entertainment 4
2016 S.M. Entertainment 5
2017 Big Hit Entertainment[101] 2
2017 YG Entertainment[101] 3
2017 S.M. Entertainment[101] 5

World Albums Labels (Year end) (Complete)[edit]

Year[102] Label Rank
2014 S.M. Entertainment 5
2015 S.M. Entertainment 2
2016 LOEN Entertainment 4
2017 Big Hit Entertainment[103] 2
2017 LOEN Entertainment[103] 3
2017 YG Entertainment[103] 4

World Digital Songs (Year end) (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2010-12-31.
Year[104] Artist Song/Album Title Rank
2011 SHINee "Lucifer" 18
2011 2NE1 "I Am the Best" 24
2012 Psy "Gangnam Style" 1
2012 BIGBANG "Fantastic Baby" 6
2012 2NE1 "I Love You" 13
2012 2NE1 "I Am the Best" 14
2012 Ultimate Pop Hits! "Gangnam Style" 16
2012 BIGBANG "Monster" 20
2012 BIGBANG "Blue" 21
2012 f(x) "Electric Shock" 22
2012 BIGBANG "Bad Boy" 23
2013 Psy "Gangnam Style" 1
2013 Psy "Gentleman" 3
2013 BIGBANG "Fantastic Baby" 11
2013 Girls' Generation "I Got a Boy" 13
2013 EXO "Growl" 14
2013 2NE1 "I Am the Best" 16
2013 CL "The Baddest Female" 20
2013 Psy "Right Now" 21
2013 EXO "Wolf" 23
2013 2NE1 "Falling in Love" 24
2014 Psy "Gangnam Style" 2
2014 Psy "Gentleman" 4
2014 Psy feat. Snoop Dogg "Hangover" 10
2014 2NE1 "I Am the Best" 14
2014 EXO "Overdose" 18
2014 2NE1 "Come Back Home" 21
2014 Taeyang "Ringa Linga" 22
2014 Taeyang "Eyes, Nose, Lips" 23
2014 BIGBANG "Fantastic Baby" 24
2015 Psy "Gangnam Style" 3
2015 2NE1 "I Am the Best" 4
2015 BIGBANG "Bang Bang Bang" 5
2015 BIGBANG "Loser" 9
2015 BIGBANG "If You" 10
2015 BIGBANG "Bae Bae" 11
2015 BIGBANG "Sober" 12
2015 G-Dragon and Taeyang "Good Boy" 13
2015 EXO "Call Me Baby" 14
2015 BTS "Dope" 17
2015 BIGBANG "Let's Not Fall In Love" 18
2015 BIGBANG "We Like 2 Party" 19
2015 BTS "I Need U" 22
2015 G-Dragon and T.O.P "Zutter" 24
2016 Psy "Gangnam Style" 3
2016 Psy feat. CL "Daddy" 5
2016 EXO "Monster" 6
2016 BTS "Fire" 7
2016 BTS "Save Me" 9
2016 BTS "Dope" 10
2016 BTS "I Need U" 11
2016 BTS "Run" 13
2016 BLACKPINK "Boombayah" 14
2016 BLACKPINK "Whistle" 15
2016 BIGBANG "Bang Bang Bang" 16
2016 BTS "Blood Sweat & Tears" 18
2016 EXO "Lucky One" 19
2016 EXO "Lotto" 20
2016 BTS "Butterfly" 21
2016 4Minute "Hate" 23
2016 NCT U "The 7th Sense" 25
2017[105] BTS "Not Today" 3
2017 BTS "Blood Sweat & Tears" 4
2017 BTS "Spring Day" 5
2017 BTS "Fire" 6
2017 Psy "Gangnam Style" 7
2017 BTS "DNA" 8
2017 BTS "Save Me" 10
2017 BTS "Dope" 12
2017 BLACKPINK "As If It's Your Last" 13
2017 BTS "I Need U" 14
2017 BIGBANG "Fxxk It" 15
2017 K.A.R.D "Don't Recall" 18
2017 EXO "Ko Ko Bop" 20
2017 BTS "Come Back Home" 23
2017 BTS "Go Go" 24
2017 BTS ""A Supplementary Story: You Never Walk Alone" 25

World Digital Songs Artists (Year end) (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2010-12-31.
Year[106] Artist Peak position
2012 Psy 1
2012 BIGBANG 4
2012 2NE1 6
2013 Psy 1
2013 EXO 5
2013 2NE1 10
2014 Psy 2
2014 2NE1 3
2014 EXO 6
2015 BIGBANG 2
2015 Psy 3
2015 EXO 4
2015 2NE1 8
2015 BTS 9
2016 BTS 2
2016 EXO 3
2016 Psy 4
2016 BLACKPINK 5
2016 Got7 7
2016 BIGBANG 10
2017[107] BTS 1
2017 BLACKPINK 5
2017 Psy 6
2017 EXO 7
2017 K.A.R.D 8
2017 Twice 9
2017 BIGBANG 10

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ A Billboard article recapped the Boxscore (Hot Tours) chart dated August 18, 2018, combining multiple dates for the artists Journey and Def Leppard, which reassigned the ranking position for Got7 to #9, while the actual ranking was #16 for that reporting period.[55]

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