Coldplay and BTS's "My Universe" debuted at number 1 on Billboard's Hot 100.
Released on September 24, "My Universe" is the first collaboration of the two groups.
"Congratulations RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V and Jung Kook @bts.bighitofficial. Thank you to Coldplayers and ARMY and everyone who made this happen. love c, g, w, j & p," Coldplay posted on their Instagram page after the latest Billboard chart was released.
It's been always an honor to make this all happen with you ! Big love and congrats !— 방탄소년단 (@BTS_twt) October 5, 2021
Thank you to ARMY and Coldplayers 💜💜 love r, j , s, h, j, j, v https://t.co/xWllRJouOH
In response, BTS posted on Twitter, "It's been always an honor to make this all happen with you! Big love and congrats! Thank you to ARMY and Coldplayers Purple heartPurple heart love r, j , s, h, j, j, v."
Coldplay recorded the song in South Korea with BTS.
In the "My Universe" YouTube documentary released on September 26, Chris shared his experience working with BTS for the first time.
"I like a lot of BTS's music because first of all, it's an incredible production, and often very unusual structures and different melodies to the ones I hear," Coldplay frontman Chris Martin said in the documentary.
"It's been very cool to see each character, meet each personality, see how everybody's very individual, but they still work as a group," he added.
"My Universe" is part of Coldplay's ninth studio album titled Music of the Spheres. The album will be released on October 15.