BTS Suga and Jimin Make Impressive Strides in U.S. Billboard Charts with Solo Albums
BTS continues to stake its claim on the U.S. Billboard charts through diverse activities.
According to the latest charts (as of May 27th) announced by the U.S. music-specialized medium Billboard on the 23rd (local time), Suga's solo album 'D-DAY', released under the stage name Agust D on the 21st of last month, has secured its place on the main album chart 'Billboard 200' at No. 51 for four consecutive weeks.
Besides, 'D-DAY' has also secured positions at No. 3 on 'World Albums', No. 8 on 'Top Current Albums', No. 9 on 'Top Album Sales', and No. 13 on 'Top Rap Albums'.
Jimin's debut solo album 'FACE' has climbed to No. 7 on 'World Albums', No. 38 on 'Top Current Albums', and No. 59 on 'Top Album Sales'. The title track from this album, 'Like Crazy', amidst steady popularity, has secured the No. 26 spot on 'Global (Excluding U.S.)' and No. 39 on 'Global 200'.
'Angel Pt. 1 (Feat. Jimin of BTS, JVKE & Muni Long / FAST X Soundtrack)', an OST from the movie 'Fast & Furious: Ride or Die' in which Jimin participated, has entered 'R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales' and 'Rap Digital Song Sales' at No. 5, and 'Digital Song Sales' at No. 27.
Meanwhile, 'The Planet', the title track of the OST for the animation 'Bestians', in which BTS participated as a full group, has made its name on various charts, including No. 1 on 'World Digital Song Sales', No. 6 on 'Digital Song Sales', No. 37 on 'Global (Excluding U.S.)', and No. 62 on 'Global 200'.
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