Mamamoo, BTS And Verivery: Notable Moves On This Week’s World Songs Chart

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BTS are enjoying another huge week on the World Digital Song Sales ranking as all of the cuts featured on their 2014 EP Skool Luv Affair either return or debut, proving that the band can do anything with the backing of their massive and dedicated fan base.

While they may be the kings of the chart this week, BTS aren’t the only musicians having a good time on the ranking this time around.

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

No. 1 – Verivery – “G.B.T.B.”

Since debuting with their first EP less than two years ago, Verivery have made quite the impact all around the world, and now they’re really showing their popularity here in the U.S. The South Korean boy band debuts their new single “G.B.T.B.” (an acronym for Go Beyond The Barrier) at No. 1 on this week’s World Digital Song Sales chart. The win is something of a surprise, as they beat a slew of new tunes from BTS, but more on that next.

No. 3 – BTS – “Boy In Luv” 

BTS once again dominate the World Digital Song Sales chart this week, and they do so largely with

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