The sales of BADMAN have been doing so remarkably well, and B.A.P’s fanbase (both Korean and international) has been growing so rapidly that these boys are on the fast-track to becoming a top-tier group.
These accomplishments by B.A.P’s BADMAN also should quell any rumors and accusations that TS Entertainment is bulk-buying their album. It seems like these boys don’t need any help getting their music out there.
In related news, B.A.P also held their final concert for their first solo tour “Live On Earth” in Seoul, and while fans weren’t supposed to take pictures or videos, a few leaked onto the internet. Those pictures showed a sea of fans glowing in green light as they supported their favorite rookie group. While B.A.P may not be securing any trophies (at least not yet), their popularity is unquestionable.
Congrats to B.A.P, and here’s to some more achievements in the near future.