Lee Sora & Suga Debut on World Digital Song Sales With ‘Song Request’


The sentimental single marks the primary entry for the BTS member utilizing his unique stage title.

The Billboard charts acquired to satisfy each Lee Sora and Suga this week due to the Korean ballad singer's new collaboration with the BTS rapper.

Lee Sora's "Song Request" that includes Suga debuts at No. 2 on Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart this week with three,000 downloads bought within the week ending Jan. 24, in keeping with Nielsen Music. Notably, the track's Jan. 22 launch gave it lower than two days to rack up gross sales. 

While that is technically the primary World Digital Songs entry for each Lee and Suga, the 25-year-old rapper has bowed on the charts utilizing his solo alias August D which counts for Billboard monitoring functions. Suga (actual title Min Yoongi) has despatched to each his August D mixtape to the World and Heatseekers Albums charts, and has additionally landed 4 entries from the tape on World Digital Song Sales, hitting as excessive as No. four with "Give It to Me." And whereas it was formally credited as BTS, the track "Tri : Seesaw" from the band's Billboard 200–topping Love Yourself: Answer album was carried out by Suga and almost made a Hot 100 debut when it peaked at No. 22 on the Hot 100 Bubbling Under chart.

Among the BTS entries on World Digital Song Sales which were formally credited to the precise members (and never "BTS"), 5 of the seven members have made solo appearances. 

RM made the primary look in 2015 when his monitor "P.D.D" with Warren G bowed within the Top 10 (when RM was nonetheless often called Rap Monster). But RM's highest solo entry got here late final yr when he featured on Tiger JK's "Timeless," which peaked at No. four on the chart.

Meanwhile, J-Hope is the one member to hit No. 1 when "Daydream," the lead single to his Hope World mixtape, hit No. 1 in early 2018. Plus, members Jin and V teamed up for a soundtrack contribution track titled "It's Definitely You" that peaked at No. eight on the chart in February 2017. All the BTS members have recorded and launched songs on their very own, however many instances the artist credited for the monitor stays as BTS.

Check out the transferring ballad/hip-hop collaboration its official music video — with almost 4 million views in every week — beneath: