The world's most phenomenal K-pop group proves its title by smashing other new singles on the worldwide iTunes charts.

BTS members are the kings of iTunes

The South Korean septet brought by Big Hit Entertainment, BTS, is storming over the global music stage once again with its newest album entry.

According to Soompi, just a few hours after BTS dropped its newest album BE and a new single called Life Goes On, both skyrocketed its way up to the top of the iTunes chart in various part of the world. And as of November 21 (Saturday), 9:22 A.M. KST, Be (Deluxe Edition) has sat on top of iTunes Top Albums charts in "at least' 90 countries.

With that said, BE soars high in countries like the United Kingdom, New Zealand, the United States of America, and Canada. On the other hand, BTS's new single, coming after Dynamite, is at the number 1 ranking on iTunes Top Album Songs charts in "at least" 90 countries!

In a Forbes report, ARMYs in the US have rushed their way off to purchase and stream the eight prominent tracks of BE. The impact of it goes to the credits of BTS, having to be listed as one of today's bestselling artists.

Amazingly, the eight tracks of BTS come first, on top of the new singles from other artists. It includes Billie Eilish's Therefore I Am, Justin Bieber and Shawn Mendes' Monster, and Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa's Prisoner.

What makes BE exceptional?

Per Allkpop, BE is the K-pop septet's first special album as all members curated it. Unlike the band's previous albums, BE is a collaborative effort of ARMYs and the members as they speak their all-out feelings and thoughts about the world's current happenings.

Each member gets to participate in creating the impressive album, hailing Jimin as the project manager. Jungkook directs the music video, while others took their parts in the concept and music-making.

Meanwhile, BTS will showcase Life Goes On with Dynamite at the nearing 2020 American Music Awards on November 22 (Sunday).