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K-pop legends BTS teamed up with scene legends Fall Out Boy for a remix of their song “Champion,” and it turns out it’s making rock chart history for BTS.

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BTS’ RM made an epic appearance on the track's remix, and it marks his first solo appearance on a number of Billboard charts—including the Rock Digital Song Sales chart.

This is actually a massive feat for K-pop groups as a whole. As Billboard explains, K-pop acts are typically found on the dance/electronic, R&B and hip-hop charts, making RM’s appearance on the rock chart proof that K-pop is actually taking over.

Not to mention, it marks a new high for “Champion” as well, with the original track peaking at No. 4, but the remix hitting No. 2 on the Rock Digital Song Sales chart.

Fall Out Boy’s new album, M A  N   I    A, is due out January 19.

When talking about their new album for issue 347, Patrick Stump says this album is going to be different than anything they’ve done before.

“This [record] is the most off-script we’ve gone,” Stump tells AP for the very first story on their new album. “I want to try to invent something, because life’s too short.”  

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