Billboard's "Digital Song Sales" topped the list.

My Universe, a collaboration between BTS (BTS) and rock band Coldplay, remained at the top of the U.S. Billboard's main single chart at 12th place.

Billboard announced on the 11th (local time) that "My Universe" ranked 12th on the main single chart "Hot 100," down 11th from last week.

"My Universe" made its debut last week as the No. 1 player in the first week, beating The Kid LaRoy and pop star Justin Bieber's "Stay." It was the sixth hot 100 No. 1 after "Dynamite," "Butter," "Permission to Dance," "Life Goes On" and "Savage Love."

BTS also topped the Billboard "Digital Song Sales" chart and was named the artist who topped the chart (45 weeks in total) the most in history. Until last week, it was tied for first place in 44 weeks with American pop star Taylor Swift.

On this day, girl group TWICE also settled on the chart by entering the first English digital single "The Feels" into 83rd place on Billboard's "Hot 100." It is the fourth Korean group after Wonder Girls, BTS, and BLACKPINK.

"The Fields" ranked fifth on the digital song sales chart. It ranked 10th and 12th on the Billboard Global (excluding the U.S.) and Billboard Global 200 charts, respectively. It also entered the top 100 of the UK's Official Single Chart, which is called the two major pop charts, for the first time.