BTS’ Suga Sets New Record For K-Pop Soloists On Billboard 200 As “D-DAY” Charts For 4th Week
Earlier this month, Suga’s solo album “D-DAY” debuted at No. 2 on the Top 200 Albums chart, tying his bandmate Jimin’s record for the highest-ranking Korean solo album in Billboard 200 history. The debut also made Suga the first K-pop soloist with two top 20 albums, as his 2020 mixtape “D-2” previously reached No. 11 on the chart.
On May 23 local time, Billboard revealed that “D-DAY” had charted for its fourth consecutive week on the Billboard 200 at No. 51—meaning that “D-DAY” has achieved the highest ranking of any Korean solo album in its fourth week on the Billboard 200.
Finally, Suga charted at No. 36 on the Artist 100 under the name Agust D, marking his fifth week on the chart as Agust D and his sixth overall (across all stage names).
Congratulations to Suga on his new record!