Super Junior D&E Proves Global Popularity By Taking Over The Charts With “BAD BLOOD”
“Hot duo” D&E tops the weekly music charts with its fourth mini-album BAD BLOOD.
Super Junior D&E made a comeback on September 3 with the mini album BAD BLOOD, and went on to prove its global popularity by topping various music charts.
The duo’s return was only a few days ago, but it is already garnering a lot of positive feedback. D&E took the number 1 spot on some of the biggest charts, demonstrating their impressive influence.
The artists topped the Hanteo Chart, the Shinnara Record’s weekly record chart (2020.08.31~2020.09.06) and Gaon Chart’s 36th week (2020.08.30~2020.09.05) weekly retail album chart.
BAD BLOOD is also loved by global fans, as it topped iTunes’ top album charts in 25 regions. Those included countries from all over the world, showcasing the duo’s global popularity.
Super Junior D&E made a comeback after more than a year, stirring excitement among their fans. The duo has been proving to be a hot topic since its formation back in 2011.
The new mini album includes a total of five songs in different genres. In particular, the title track “B.A.D” captivates with its catchy tunes and addictive melody. It is an electronic hip-hop song, adding the Motown Funk style in its second half.
The rest of the titles include “Contact”, “To You, Tomorrow”, “Change” and “Off Line”, each unique in their own way. Moreover, the members participated in creating two of the tracks and showing their talents as lyricists and composers.
Image credit: Label SJ