Thursday, April 18, 2024

Suga’s Solo Album “D-Day” Breaks Records with Second Highest First Week Sales in Hanteo History

  • Suga from the K-pop group BTS released his solo album “D-Day” on April 21st.
  • He broke his own record for highest first day sales by a solo album, selling over 1 million copies.
  • “D-Day” achieved the second highest first week sales of any K-pop solo artist in Hanteo history.

Suga, a member of the K-pop sensation BTS, has broken records with the release of his solo album “D-Day.” The rapper achieved the second highest first week sales of any K-pop solo artist in Hanteo history, selling over 1 million copies in just one week.

According to Hanteo Chart, Suga sold 1,072,311 copies of “D-Day” in the first week of its release. This number surpassed his own record for highest first day sales by a solo album, which was previously set at 1,072,311 copies.


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Despite coming in second for first week sales, Suga is still the ninth general artist with the best first week sales, coming in behind popular K-pop groups such as BTS, Blackpink, TXT, Seventeen, NCT 127, NCT Dream, Stray Kids and his own bandmate Jimin.

In addition to his solo album, Suga also released his first solo documentary on April 21st. The documentary follows the rapper on a journey across several cities and gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the process of making “D-Day.”

Overall, Suga’s success with “D-Day” proves that he is a force to be reckoned with in the K-pop industry. As he continues to break records and make his mark as a solo artist, fans can’t wait to see what he’ll do next.


Suga FAQs

Who is Suga?

Suga is a member of the K-pop group BTS.

What is “D-Day”?

“D-Day” is Suga’s solo album, which was released on April 21st.

What records did Suga break with “D-Day”?

Suga broke his own record for highest first day sales by a solo album, and achieved the second highest first week sales of any K-pop solo artist in Hanteo history.

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