Billboard has printed its World Albums chart for the week ending on Could 6!
BTS’ Suga’s first official solo album “D-DAY,” which he launched beneath the title Agust D, entered the World Albums chart at No. 1. “D-DAY” additionally debuted at No. 1 on three different Billboard charts this week—the High Album Gross sales chart, High Present Album Gross sales chart, and High Rap Albums chart—making him the primary K-pop artist in historical past to achieve No. 1 on the High Rap Albums chart. Moreover, Suga tied his bandmate Jimin’s report for the highest-ranking Korean solo album on the Billboard 200, the place “D-DAY” debuted at No. 2.
After 4 consecutive weeks at No. 1, Jimin’s solo debut album “FACE” fell to No. 2 in its fifth week on the World Albums chart. “FACE” additionally spent a fifth consecutive week on the Billboard 200, the place it grew to become the primary Korean album in historical past to spend 5 weeks within the prime 70.
TWICE’s newest mini album “READY TO BE” stayed sturdy at No. 4 in its seventh consecutive week on the World Albums chart, along with remaining on the Billboard 200 for the seventh week in a row—making TWICE the primary feminine K-pop artist in historical past to chart three completely different albums for seven weeks.
In the meantime, TXT’s “The Title Chapter: TEMPTATION” got here in at No. 5 in its thirteenth consecutive week on the World Albums chart. The mini album additionally spent a thirteenth week on the Billboard 200, the place TXT overtook BLACKPINK to turn into the K-pop artist with the second most cumulative weeks on the chart (throughout all their albums).
BTS’s anthology album “Proof” ranked No. 6 in its forty sixth consecutive week on the World Albums chart, whereas the group’s 2020 album “Map of the Soul: 7” climbed again as much as No. 11 in its 136th non-consecutive week.
SEVENTEEN’s new mini album “FML” made a powerful debut at No. 9 on the World Albums chart, though gross sales knowledge for the bodily model of the album isn’t mirrored on this week’s charts as a result of its cargo schedule in the US.
IVE’s first studio album “I’ve IVE” took No. 12 in its third consecutive week on the World Albums chart, and NCT 127’s repackaged album “Ay-Yo” adopted at No. 13 in its eighth consecutive week.
Lastly, Stray Youngsters’ “MAXIDENT” held comparatively regular at No. 14 in its twenty sixth non-consecutive week on the chart.
Congratulations to the entire artists!
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