In the latest announcement of Billboard on August 27, in the local time zone, shared an amazing update for J-Hope and his fans. J-Hope’s hit solo album named “Jack In The Box,” that has originally been released over a year ago, made an impressive return to the prestigious Top 200 Albums chart of Billboard.
When the album “Jack In The Box” first released back in July 2022, it was exclusively available in digital form or as a downloadable album on Weverse. Though, it went under significant advancement and later on August 18, a new physical version of the album was released. This new version included a collection of additional tracks and a set of brand-new, captivating photographs.
The impact of this improved “HOPE Edition” was remarkable. The album, which had initially debuted at the upright position of No. 17 on the Billboard 200 chart, succeeded to secure an even more impressive spot this time around—landing at an impressive No. 6. This achievement marked a significant milestone, as it represented J-Hope’s very first solo album to break into top 10 on the Billboard 200.
With this milestone J-Hope is now included in an exclusive league, being the fourth male K-pop soloist to enter the Billboard 200’s top 6. This accomplishment followed in the footsteps of his fellow BTS members
RM, Jimin, and Suga, who previously achieved this success with their solo projects, especially Suga under the signature Agust D.
“Jack In The Box” accumulated an impressive total of 50,000 equivalent album units in the week concluding on August 24 said by Luminate, formerly well-known as Nielsen Music.
This comprehensive score was composed of 47,000 units from conventional album sales, while an additional 2,000 units from streaming equivalents (SEA), signifying approximately 2.99 million on-demand audio streams over the week. Additionally, the album garnered 1,000 units in the track equivalent album (TEA) category during the same timeframe.