Big Bang G-Dragon Tops 7 Countries iTunes Charts with New Album, 'Coup D'etat'
By Staff Writer | September 03, 2013 10:05 AM EDT
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On September 3, he was seen at the top of the charts in Hong Kong, Macao, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and others for a total of 7 countries.
This new album is also gaining much exposure in other parts of the world such as the U.S. and Europe as it is currently ranked number 6 in Finland, number 8 in Norway, number 9 in New Zealand and number 10 in Sweden.
On the other hand, he is also ranked number 1 on 8 different music charts in Korea, showing off his popularity.
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