The South Korean band THE ROSE has achieved a significant milestone with their latest album DUAL, which has not only entered the Billboard 200 chart but also claimed the 83rd spot. This achievement marks a pivotal moment in the band’s career and has been met with overwhelming support from fans.
The Journey to Billboard Recognition
THE ROSE, formed in 2017, initially gained attention through busking and YouTube covers. Comprising Woo-Sung (vocals, guitar), Dojoon (keyboard), Hajoon (drums), and Jaehyeong (bass), the band has come a long way since their debut single Sorry.
Their latest album DUAL, released on September 22, has quickly climbed various music charts, validating the band’s growing recognition.
Chart-Topping Success of DUAL
Released on September 22 with its main title track Wonder, DUAL has been making waves in the music industry. Prior to its Billboard 200 debut, the album had already secured the No.1 position on Billboard’s Emerging Artists Chart on October 4.
Additionally, the band reached the 33rd spot on the Billboard Artist chart, further solidifying their presence in the global music scene.
Fans Celebrate The Rose’s Milestone
The band’s fanbase, known as Black Roses, has been vocal in their support, declaring DUAL as the best album of the year. The consensus among fans is that The Rose’s achievements are not just notable but thoroughly deserved.
A Closer Look at The Rose and DUAL
After parting ways with their previous label J&Star Company, the members showcased their talents on the survival show SuperBand. Woosung, the band’s vocalist, made his solo debut in 2020 with Lazy and released his first album Moth in 2022.
He was also featured in BTS’ SUGA’s album D-Day. DUAL was released in four different versions and, according to Hanteo charts, sold over 8,000 copies on its release day. The album features 11 tracks, with Wonder being the standout.
The Rose’s DUAL is proof of the band’s talent and growing influence, with a promising debut on the Billboard charts. This marks a new chapter in their upward trajectory, making them a band to watch in the coming years.
The band is currently on their Dust Till Dawn US and Canada tour.
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