TWICE Turns into 1st Feminine Okay-Pop Act To Prime Billboard’s World Albums Chart For 3 Weeks With Extra Than One Album
TWICE’s newest mini album continues to be going robust on the Billboard charts!
Earlier this month, TWICE’s latest mini album “BETWEEN 1&2” made a historic debut at No. 3 on Billboard’s Prime 200 Albums chart, making TWICE the primary feminine Okay-pop artist ever to chart three albums within the prime 10 of the Billboard 200—in addition to the primary to land two albums within the prime 3.
TWICE has now achieved one more spectacular feat on the U.S. charts: they’ve turn into the one feminine Okay-pop act in historical past to spend three weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s World Albums chart with a couple of album.
For the week ending on September 24, “BETWEEN 1&2” spent its third consecutive week at No. 1 on the World Albums chart, making it TWICE’s second album to prime the chart for 3 weeks. (Their first was “System of Love: O+T=,” which spent three weeks at No. 1 final yr.)
“BETWEEN 1&2” additionally stayed robust on a number of different Billboard charts this week. Along with rating No. 47 in its third week on the Billboard 200, the mini album held regular at No. 2 on the Prime Present Album Gross sales chart, No. 5 on the Prime Album Gross sales chart, and No. 22 on the Tastemaker Albums chart.
In the meantime, TWICE’s newest title monitor “Discuss that Discuss” got here in at No. 12 on Billboard’s World Digital Music Gross sales chart, No. 24 on the International Excl. U.S. chart, and No. 40 on the International 200 this week.
Lastly, TWICE charted at No. 33 on Billboard’s Artist 100, marking their fifteenth total week on the chart (which they beforehand topped for the primary time earlier this month).
Congratulations to TWICE on one other historic achievement!
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