By Ashley Cruz

Hello, just checking in to say that BTS broke another record.

South Korean group BTS topped the iTunes chart in 104 countries for their single, “Black Swan,” surpassing the five-year-old record held by the British singer, Adele, for her single “Hello.”

This record makes both BTS and Adele the only artists to have peaked at No. 1 on iTunes in over 100 countries.

Released in January ahead of their fourth full album, “Map of the Soul: 7,” the single debuted in 93 countries at No. 1 on iTunes ahead of huge pop releases from Hollywood acts such as Eminem, Halsey and  The Jonas Brothers. 

Read our full review of “Black Swan” here.

Unlike in business where black swan is an unpredictable event with devastating consequences; this feat is not rare for BTS and their legion of dedicated fans, the BTS ARMY — who pushed for the single to chart at number one in different parts of the world including Belize, Cape Verde, Zimbabwe and Nepal.

In true ARMY fashion, “BTS WORLD DOMINATION” topped the Twitter Worldwide trends in celebration for doing their thing to achieve another milestone.

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