BTS' "DNA" landed at #49 on the critic's list among artists like Selena Gomez, The Killers, Halsey, Jay-Z, Bruno Mars, and Taylor Swift! Caitlin Kelley of Billboard wrote, "BTS's crossover into the U.S. market isn't a coincidence: The K-pop superstars have been building up to overseas success since 2013. Riding on the momentum of their Billboard Music Awards win for Top Social Artist, ARMYs galvanized to make BTS the highest-charting K-pop group on the Hot 100. The Korean-language lead single off their 2017 album, Love Yourself: Her, is a rich concoction of soft rock and brain-burrowing EDM-pop. The lyrical theme of interconnectedness is meaningful -- 'DNA' was one of those rare instances when a K-pop act's transmutation of their American influences was reflected back at the U.S. in full Technicolor."
Congrats to BTS and Army!