BTS’ Suga is having fun with a robust second week on the U.S. charts together with his new album “D-DAY”!
Final week, Suga topped seven Billboard charts as “D-DAY” debuted at No. 2 on the High 200 Albums chart, tying his bandmate Jimin‘s document for the highest-ranking Korean solo album on the Billboard 200. The album’s debut additionally made Suga the primary K-pop soloist in Billboard 200 historical past with two high 20 albums, as his 2020 mixtape “D-2” beforehand peaked at No. 11 on the chart.
For the week ending on Might 13, “D-DAY” efficiently remained on the Billboard 200 at No. 13, marking its second consecutive week on the chart.
Not solely is “D-DAY” now the primary K-pop solo album to spend two consecutive weeks within the high 15 of the Billboard 200, however Suga can be the primary K-pop solo artist to spend a complete of three weeks within the high 15 (throughout all his albums). (RM‘s “Indigo” additionally beforehand spent two weeks within the high 15, however they had been non-consecutive.)
Exterior of the Billboard 200, “D-DAY” swept the No. 2 spot in its second week on the High Album Gross sales chart, High Present Album Gross sales chart, and World Albums chart, along with taking No. 4 on the High Rap Albums chart. (The album topped all 4 charts at No. 1 final week.) “D-DAY” additionally entered the Tastemaker Albums chart at No. 17 this week.
In the meantime, Suga’s title monitor “Haegeum” stayed robust at No. 3 on Billboard’s World Digital Tune Gross sales chart, No. 4 on the Rap Digital Tune Gross sales chart, No. 41 on the principle Digital Tune Gross sales chart, No. 69 on the International Excl. U.S. chart, and No. 109 on the International 200.
Lastly, Suga ranked No. 13 on Billboard’s Artist 100 underneath the title Agust D, marking his third week on the chart as Agust D and his fourth general (throughout all stage names).
Congratulations to Suga!
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