Big Bang’s ‘MADE’ Series EPs Sell Over 3 Million Copies Through Chinese Digital Sales

K-pop boy band Big Bang’s “Made” series albums have sold over three million copies through digital sales in China alone.

On China’s QQ Music site, all four albums from the series sold a total of 3,106,875 copies and revealed the group’s overwhelming popularity overseas.

The music videos released with the songs also received much attention, raking in tens of millions of views in just a few short months.

On Monday, the group released a special behind the scenes video through Naver TV Cast of their tour in the Philippines and Indonesia.

Big Bang will head to China this Thursday before continuing on to the US, Canada and other locations as part of their world tour. They will visit a total of 15 countries and perform 70 times and meet with over one million fans.

Big Bang released several singles throughout July and August as part of their MADE series and will be holding their Big Bang 2015 World Tour MADE in USA beginning this fall.

They will be performing their new hit songs, “Bang Bang Bang” and “If You” during the tour as well.

“We Like To Party” and “Bang Bang Bang” were seen on the top two spots on then Billboard World Digital Songs in July.

Currently, six dates have been confirmed for their tour including California, New Jersey and Las Vegas.

The MADE series is divided into five parts, ‘M, ‘A,’ ‘D,’ and ‘E’ and will release their full album, “Made” in September.

During the release of this series, the group has been busy with their world tour and have recently visited Malaysia on July 25.

For their “E” album, they released a song by only G-Dragon and TOP. This is the first time the duo has performed together since 2010.

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