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MONSTA X’s I.M Debuts The Entire “DUALITY” Album On Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales Chart

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Cheers to I.M for creating such an amazing feat having all songs from his digital album charting on Billboard!

MONSTA X’s seasoned maknae, I.M, notches all five songs from his first solo digital album DUALITY on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales Chart.

The title track “God Damn” peaks at rank 9 while the other four songs “Howlin’,” “Happy To Die,” “flower-ed,” and “Burn” ranked 17, 19, 20, and 21, respectively.

MONSTA X I.M DUALITY Album Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart

I.M was able to showcase his exemplary as an artist through his first digital mini-album DUALITY earlier in February. The album was a metaphor that captures the intense inner confession of the duality of MONSTA X’s youngest.

The title track “God Damn” was described as a hip-hop song about the feelings of a person who says he’s happy even though he isn’t. I.M emphasized the atmosphere of reversal which the album tried to convey through its emotional lyrics.

MONSTA X I.M DUALITY Album Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart

As I.M prepared much for his solo album, DUALITY gladly achieved remarkable results in the global music market. The album topped the iTunes Worldwide Albums chart for two consecutive days after its release.

Additionally, all the songs charted in 18 countries and regions, continuing its amazing feat. The song “God Damn” also entered Amazon’s best-selling digital song chart Top 10 and led to the “I.M craze” worldwide.

And even though it has already been almost 2 weeks since the release, I.M’s creativity still was being praised as all of his songs charted at Billboard.

Before I.M’s solo debut, his self-composed track from MONSTA X’s FATAL LOVE full-album “Night View” also entered Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales Chart as MONBEBE’s special gift on his birthday.

Meanwhile, I.M is expected to continue giving comfort and healing to fans around the globe through his music as a soloist and as a member of MONSTA X.


Source: OSEN

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