BTS continues to make impressive strides on the U.S. Billboard charts.

According to the latest chart (dated May 13) released by Billboard on May 9, Suga's solo album 'D-DAY,' released under his stage name Agust D, ranked 13th on the main album chart 'Billboard 200' for the second consecutive week. Meanwhile, Jimin's first solo album 'FACE' maintained its presence on the chart for the sixth consecutive week at 157th place.

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

Title tracks from both albums have also spread across multiple charts. 'Daechwita' ranked 3rd on 'World Digital Song Sales,' 4th on 'Rap Digital Song Sales,' 69th on 'Global (Excluding the U.S.),' and 109th on 'Global 200.' 'Like Crazy' secured 26th place on 'Global (Excluding the U.S.),' 36th on 'Global 200,' and 13th on 'World Digital Song Sales.'

In addition, BTS's fourth full album 'MAP OF THE SOUL: 7' re-entered the 'Top Album Sales' chart at 52nd place. In the 'World Digital Song Sales' chart, Cold's new title track 'Don't Say You Love Me Again,' featuring RM, entered at 4th place, while RM's first official solo album 'Indigo' title track 'Flower Dance (with Jo Yu-jin)' re-entered the chart at 6th place.