BTS’ Suga Creates New Records On Billboard Hot 100 & Billboard 200 Charts With “D-2”

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BTS Suga continues with his record breaking spree as D-2 charts high on Billboard charts.

BTS Suga becomes the first Korean soloist to chart simultaneously on Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard 200, earning the feat through his latest mixtape D-2.


According to the latest chart reports released by Billboard, Suga’s second mixtape D-2 took the 11th spot on Billboard 200 chart. In addition to that, the title track “Daechwita” debuted at 76th on Hot 100 chart.

This is the first time that a Korean solo singer has entered the Billboard main album chart and the main single chart concurrently. Additionally, this is also the best ranking achieved by a Korean soloist on Billboard 200.

What makes this record even more substantial is that Suga created his album for non-commercial purposes. However, the mixtape has received a lot of love from fans ever since its release on May 22.

Suga’s D-2 ranked 1st on World Album and Independent Album charts, 2nd on Top Album Sales and Top Current Album Sales charts, 4th on Artist 100 chart, and 12th on Billboard Canadian Albums chart. “Daechwita” also charted at the 100th place on Canadian Hot 100 chart.

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In the World Digital Song Sales chart, all the songs from the mix tape D-2 achieved an all-kill, sweeping all the spots from 1st to 10th.  Subsequently, all the songs also charted at the Digital Song Sales chart.

BTS also continues with their record streak at the Billboard chart. Their latest album, Map Of The Soul: 7, which was released on February 21, is currently at 54th place on Billboard 200 chart, and has been maintaining its spot on the chart for 14 consecutive weeks. Furthermore, Love Yourself: Answer, an album from August 2018, is still charting at 199th spot.

Meanwhile, BTS are preparing themselves for a series of activities that has been lined-up, which includes Dear Class of 2020, 2020 BTS FESTA, BANG BANG CON The Live and so on.

Source: Xsports News

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