Articles About BIGBANG Topping the Oricon Daily Charts

Posted February 16, 2017 by

Source: Oricon via @Mshinju

BIGBANG’s new album tops Japanese music chart

South Korean boy band BIGBANG has cruised to the top of Japan’s Oricon chart with its new album “Made,” its agency said Thursday.

The band rose to the top of Oricon’s Daily Albums Chart on Thursday, a day after the Japanese release of its latest album, YG Entertainment said.

The album consist of three new songs — “Fxxk It,” “Last Dance” and “Girlfriend” — and 11 repackaged songs from its previous “Made Series” album, including “Bang Bang Bang,” “Loser” and “If You.”

Earlier this year, BIGBANG was named one of the world’s 30 most popular celebrities under the age 30 by Forbes magazine.

The group last month wrapped up a world tour celebrating its tenth anniversary, holding 24 shows in six cities. Last week, member T.O.P started his mandatory military service.

Source: Yonhap News

BIGBANG is sweeping Japan… “MADE” album topped Oricon chart

BIGBANG’s “MADE” album is sweeping Japan’s Oricon chart, after dominating Korean music charts.

BIGBANG’s “MADE” album released in Japan on February 15 took No.1 on Oricon’s daily CD album ranking chart upon entering it.

“MADE” is the album that marks the grand finale of “MADE SERIES” that began in 2015. BIGBANG took No.1 on Oricon’s weekly album ranking chart by renewing their album sales record with “MADE SERIES” in February last year. Now, exactly one year after the record, BIGBANG has topped the chart again.

BIGBANG’s new album released in Japan is their last album before T.O.P joined the police for his mandatory military service. It has total 14 songs including “FXXK IT”, “LAST DANCE”, and “GIRLFRIEND”, as well as Japanese versions of “MADE SERIES”s “BANG BANG BANG”, “LOSER”, “IF YOU”.

BIGBANG successfully rounded off their 10th anniversary concert tour held in Hong Kong for two days on February 21 and 22. BIGBANG has met more than 1.12 million fans in their 10th anniversary tour that gave 24 shows in six cities including Hong Kong.

Source: OSEN via YG Life