K-Pop band BTS may be on hiatus right now, but that certainly has not meant that they stopped earning accomplishments in their downtime. As of this week, the boys have shown their "unprecedented dominance" by becoming the first musical act to earn a certain achievement. What is it?

According to Forbes, the "Boy With Luv" singers have been able to maintain control of the top spot on Billboard's World Album chart. In addition to that triumph, they were also able to earn the next several spots. This, in turn, has allowed them to make history.

This week, BTS is currently ruling "the highest four spots all at the same time" on the World Albums chart. What's in the number one spot? "BTS World," which is the soundtrack that pairs with the accompanying mobile game. Next is "Map of the Soul: Persona," followed by two entries from the "Love Yourself" series, "Tear" and "Answer" at spots three and four.

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Aside from albums, the singers have also earned recognition on the World Digital Song Sales chart, as "Mic Drop," which was created with the help of Steve Aoki, has been a part of the chart for 100 weeks. This song has been certified platinum.

As of now, there isn't a specific date regarding when the boys will officially return from their hiatus, but until then, you can keep up with them in various ways.

BTS performs onstage during the Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 20, 2018, in Las Vegas. Getty Images/Kevin Winter