U2 at Kyiv subway station, BTS workout video, muse charity performance: This week’s Western music summary news


This week’s Western music summary news is from the topic of U2’s Bono & The Edge. On May 8, 2022 local time, U2 frontman Bono and guitarist The Edge perform at a subway station in Kieu, the capital of Ukraine, in solidarity with Ukrainian people trying to stop the invasion of Russia. showed that.

On U2’s official Twitter account, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said, “I was invited to perform in Kyiv to show solidarity with the Ukrainian people, and I will do so.” It is spelled out jointly. They performed “Stand by Me” by Ben E. King with one of the Ukrainian soldiers at the Khreschatyk subway station in the center of Kieu.

U2’s Bono & The Edge showcase “Stand by Me” at Kieu Subway Station

In a new video released by HYBE EDU on May 9, 2022, BTS emphasizes the importance of exercise to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The 15-minute lower body training exercise video introduces lower body training such as squats, lunges, deadlifts with dumbbells, and backbridges.

BTS workout videos incorporate footage of members having fun exercising and playing around, proving that exercising is fun, especially when doing it with friends. ing.

BTS publishes exercise videos to maintain a healthy lifestyle

Muse held a charity performance in London, England on May 9th. The band recently performed on May 9th and 10th at Eventim Apollo (formerly Hammersmith Apollo), which has a capacity of 5,000, and the first day’s earnings help children and young people affected by the war “War Child”. On the second day, he announced that he would donate to the “Borderless Doctors”, which provides medical care to people suffering from disasters in conflict areas and around the world. A live report from the field has also arrived.

Muse holds a charity performance to support Ukraine, the fastest repo arrives from a local correspondent

By the way, on this week’s US Billboard Song Chart, Future’s new song “Wait for U feat. Drake & Thames” first appeared at No. 1. “Wait for U” recorded in the new work “I Never Liked You” released a music video on May 5 immediately after its release, and was cut as an official single.

Harry Styles’ “As It Was”, which took first place in the third week of last week, went down to second place, but AirPlay rose 14% from the previous week to 60 million times. Sales also jumped 78% to 16,300 due to the release of different versions of the artwork on May 4, earning this week’s Sales Gainer. Jack Harlow’s “First Class” also dropped from 2nd to 3rd last week, but recorded 37 million times (Airplay Gainer this week), up 41% from the previous week, 23 on the Airplay chart. From 1st place to 10th place, he was in the TOP 10 in just two weeks. It will be the fastest in 2022 as a ranked-in week to enter the TOP10.

[US Billboard Song Chart] A total of 4 songs ranked in the top 10 for the first time in collaboration with Future, Drake & Thames.

And on the album chart, Future’s new work “I Never Liked You” first appeared at No. 1. This work “I Never Liked You” is the 9th studio album and 3rd album after 2 years from “High Off Life” which made its No. 1 debut on May 30, 2020. Seven consecutive works from “DS2” (2015), including the collaboration album “What a Time to Be Alive” (2015) with Drake, won the top of the eighth work in total.

In the same week, it is the 5th group in history to win the first appearance on both the song (Hot 100) and the album (Billboard 200) charts, and the 7th time including the record of Taylor Swift who achieved 3 times. A feat. Also, on the Hot 100, Streaming, R & B / Hip-Hop, and Rap charts, Drake’s “Way 2 Sexy feat. Future & Young Sag”, which first appeared at No. 1 on September 18th last year for Future, won the top spot. This is the second song that follows, and is the first feat as a lead artist.

The Weeknd’s “Dawn FM” jumped up from 35th place last week to the top 10 for the first time in about 3 months since February. Morgan Wallen’s “Dangerous: The Double Album” (50,000 units / 3% decrease), which was second last week, went down to third. Next, in 4th place, the new work “Palomino” by female country singer Miranda Lambert from Texas, USA, appeared for the first time, and she was in the TOP 10 of her 7th work.

[US Billboard Album Chart] Miranda Lambert / NoCap debuts in TOP10, winning the top spot in Future’s 8th album