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NewJeans’ “Get Up” Turns into 2nd K-Pop Woman Group Album Ever To Spend 15 Weeks On Billboard 200

NewJeans has simply reached an thrilling milestone on the Billboard 200!

Three months in the past, NewJeans made historical past when their newest mini album “Get Up” debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Prime 200 Albums chart, making them the quickest feminine K-pop act ever to enter the chart.

The EP went on to turn into the primary album by any feminine K-pop artist ever to chart for 14 weeks within the prime 100 of the Billboard 200—and for the week ending on November 11, “Get Up” spent its fifteenth consecutive week on the chart at No. 119.

With this achievement, “Get Up” has turn into solely the second K-pop woman group album in historical past to spend 15 weeks on the Billboard 200. So far, the one K-pop woman group album to chart longer is BLACKPINK’s 2020 album “THE ALBUM,” which recorded a powerful 26-week run three years in the past.

Exterior of the Billboard 200, “Get Up” stayed robust at No. 3 on Billboard’s World Albums chart, No. 20 on the Prime Present Album Gross sales chart, and No. 28 on the Prime Album Gross sales chart in its fifteenth week.

In the meantime, NewJeans continued to chart a number of songs on each of Billboard’s international charts. On the International Excl. U.S. chart, “Tremendous Shy” held comparatively regular at No. 56, adopted by “ETA” at No. 120, “Ditto” at No. 160, and “OMG” at No. 173. Over on the International 200, “Tremendous Shy” ranked No. 87 for the week, whereas “ETA” got here in at No. 195.

Congratulations to NewJeans!

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