BTS Suga's solo album 'D-Day' holds steady in top 40 of Billboard's 200 albums chart
D-Day becomes second Korean album to spend three consecutive weeks on the Billboard 200
Famous Korean pop band BTS’singer Suga released his solo album D-Day that ranked at number 2 on Billboard’s top 200 albums chart; the album still remains steady in the top 40 on its third consecutive week.
Suga’s D-Day stands on number 36 even after three weeks of its release becoming the second Korean album to spend three consecutive weeks on the Billboard 200.
The 30-year-old singer also emerged as the first K-pop solo artist to feature in the history of Billboard 200 as two of his albums made it to top 20 albums chat.
Previously, he released a mix tape in 2020 by the name D-2 that ranked number 11 on the chart.
BTS member’s album D-Day not only maintained a good reputation on Billboard 200 but also stood steady on other charts.
For instance; it ranked number 3 on World Albums, number 5 on Top Album Sales, and number 8 on Top Rap Albums.
Suga, who is also known as Agust D, made it to number 24 on Artist 100 chart on Billboard, reports Soompi.