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The group BTS has re-released its mini-album "BE" as a new version, making it to the top of the Billboard 200 main album chart in the U.S.
Billboard said in a preview on the 28th of last month that BTS' "BE" album ranked seventh on the Billboard 200 chart this week.
The "BE" album ranked 74th on the Billboard 200 the previous week, but its ranking rose sharply with the recent release of the new "Essential Edition."
The "BE" album was originally released as a "Deluxe Edition" in November last year, and on the 19th of last month, it introduced a new "Essential Edition" with the same songs but changed some components.
According to Nielsen Music data cited by Billboard, sales of "BE" albums rose 888 percent from the previous week to 28,000 copies from the 19th to 25th of last month, the first week of the release of "Essential Edition."
The "BE" album debuted at number one on the "Billboard" 200 shortly after the release of the deluxe edition. Since then, he has been keeping track of the chart for more than 13 weeks.
The album included Life Goes On and Dynamite, which topped the Billboard main single chart, as well as Fly to My Room, Blue & Gray, Telepathy, Dis-ease and Stay.
Meanwhile, country singer Morgan Wallen's "Dangerous: The Double Album" topped the Billboard 200 chart this week for the seventh consecutive week.
"Morgan Wallen is the only country genre album in 64 years of chart history that debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and stayed at the top for seven weeks," Billboard said.