bts album price _ Japan's Oricon Oricon's second single 'Million Point' with 'Diamite'

The group BTS (BTS) achieved the "accumulated million (1 million) points" for the second time on the Japanese Oricon chart with Dynamite.

According to its agency Big Hit Entertainment, "Dinermite," released on August 21 last year, has posted a total of 1013,911 cumulative sales points until recently in the Oricon weekly combined single ranking.

The Oricon weekly combined single ranking is ranked with points that are converted by combining the number of digital downloads and the number of streams.

Dynamite continues to be popular, ranking sixth with 32,317 points in the latest weekly combined singles ranking based on the tally from the 15th to the 21st of this month.

It is the second time that the BTS single recorded accumulated million points after the Japanese single album "Lights/Boy With Luv" released in July 2019.

The album surpassed the cumulative million points in the weekly aggregate rankings about a year and three months after its release. The record for "Diamite" was achieved in six months by drastically reducing it.

"Diamite" has also been charting for six consecutive months since it topped the U.S. Billboard main single chart "Hot 100" in the first week of its release.

"Diamite" is a song that contains hope during difficult times with Corona 19. It has been loved for its global hit songs, including "Hot 100" on the U.S. Billboard's main single chart.