BTS' Suga continues to shine on the Billboard main chart.

According to the latest chart released by U.S. music media Billboard on the 16th (local time), Suga's solo album 'D-DAY', released under the stage name Agust D, ranked 36th on the main album chart 'Billboard 200', charting for three consecutive weeks.

In addition to 'D-DAY', the album secured third place on the 'World Albums' chart, fifth place on both 'Top Album Sales' and 'Top Current Albums', and eighth place on 'Top Rap Albums.' The title track 'Haegeum' ranked eighth on 'World Digital Song Sales' and 142nd on 'Global (excluding U.S.)'.

Jimin's first official solo album 'FACE' ranked seventh on 'World Albums', 30th on 'Top Current Albums', and 46th on 'Top Album Sales.' The title track 'Like Crazy' ranked third on 'World Digital Song Sales', 27th on 'Global (excluding U.S.)', and 37th on 'Global 200', reentering the 'Digital Song Sales' chart at 34th place.

BTS' back-catalog albums also made re-entries into the chart amidst steady love. The repackaged album 'LOVE YOURSELF 結 Answer', released in 2018, reentered the 'World Albums' chart at 12th place, and the anthology album 'Proof', released in 2022, reentered the 'Top Current Albums' chart at 85th place.

'Never Say I Love You Again,' the title track of Cold's new album featuring RM, charted for the second consecutive week at fourth place on 'World Digital Song Sales.'