Most of the new arrivals and returning hits on this week’s World Digital Song Sales chart come from some of the biggest names in K-pop, with stars like Psy, BTS member Jin and Seulgi of Red Velvet all appearing on the tally. Somewhat surprisingly, pop superstar Ed Sheeran also makes a splash with his latest release, which could soon conquer this specific tally, as it’s popularity is growing rapidly.

Here are five tracks whose moves are worth noting on this week’s World Digital Song Sales chart.

No. 4 – Fireboy DML & Ed Sheeran – “Peru”

It’s not new to the World Digital Song Sales chart, but Fireboy DML and Ed Sheeran’s “Peru” is the loftiest tune on the tally that wasn’t present last time around. The collaborative cut reappears at No. 4, reaching a new high point in the process. The catchy title is quickly finding an audience all around the world, and the partnership between one of the biggest stars on the planet and a musician many are just meeting for the first time could soon become a proper smash.

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No. 8 – Psy – “Gangnam Style”

Just a few spots below one re-entry comes another. Psy’s “Gangnam Style” reappears at No. 8 on the latest edition of the World Digital Song Sales chart, bringing the pioneering South Korean musician back to the list he has come to know extremely well throughout the years. His first major hit in America has now spent 376 nonconsecutive turns on the list, making it one of the most successful singles of all time.


No. 9 – BamBam – “Who Are You (ft. Seulgi of Red Velvet)”

BamBam has reached the World Digital Song Sales chart both on his own and with Got7, the boy band that helped make him a star, and this frame he’s back with his latest solo single. “Who Are You” opens at No. 9, buoyed by both his popularity and the fan base of the tune’s featured musician Seulgi, best known as one of the members of the group Red Velvet. The track appears to be the first top 10 win on the tally for BamBam and the second for Seulgi (as a soloist). 

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No. 14 – Jin – “Yours”

In late 2021, BTS member Jin reached the No. 1 spot on the World Digital Song Sales chart with his track “Yours,” an exciting solo release from the star. The cut is now back on the list for a third nonconsecutive turn, and it narrowly makes it, as the ranking only features 15 spaces.

No. 15 – The Rose – “Beauty and the Beast”

South Korean boy band The Rose may be kicking off a new era of their time together with the single “Beauty and the Beast,” which thematically ties into their group name. The cut barely finds its way to the World Digital Song Sales chart, starting off at No. 15. The outfit has now landed on the tally with at least five tracks, and this latest win marks the first placement in years.

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