Girl group Fifty Fifty's hit song 'CUPID' has successfully climbed 22 spots on the US Billboard Hot 100, entering the chart for the seventh consecutive week.

According to the latest chart released on May 9 (local time), 'CUPID' has reached the 19th position, marking its first time in the 'Top 20.' Among K-pop girl group songs, BLACKPINK's collaboration with Selena Gomez, 'Ice Cream,' holds the record for the longest stay on the chart, with eight weeks.

Since first entering the 'Hot 100' at number 100 in March, 'CUPID' has maintained a steady rise, increasing the possibility of breaking the K-pop girl group record for the longest stay on the 'Hot 100.'

Meanwhile, BTS' Suga and Jimin entered the 'Billboard 200' main album chart with their first official solo albums, 'D-DAY' and 'FACE,' ranking 13th and 157th, respectively. Suga has charted for two consecutive weeks, while Jimin has charted for six consecutive weeks.

'D-DAY' ranked 2nd on the 'World Albums,' 'Top Album Sales,' and 'Top Current Albums' charts, and 4th on the 'Top Rap Albums' chart. 'FACE' was ranked 4th on 'World Albums,' 17th on 'Top Current Albums,' and 20th on 'Top Album Sales.'

Suga's title track 'Haegeum' ranked 3rd on 'World Digital Song Sales,' 4th on 'Rap Digital Song Sales,' 69th on 'Global' (excluding the US), and 109th on 'Global 200.' Jimin's title track 'Like Crazy' ranked 26th on 'Global' (excluding the US), 36th on 'Global 200,' and 13th on 'World Digital Song Sales.'

BTS' 4th regular album 'MAP OF THE SOUL: 7' re-entered the 'Top Album Sales' chart at number 52.

On the 'World Digital Song Sales' chart, Cold's 'Never Say I Love You Again,' featuring BTS' leader RM, ranked 4th, and RM's first official solo album title track 'Wildflower Play' re-entered the chart at number 6.