SEVENTEEN has scored their highest-ever entry on the Billboard 200 with “FML“!
On Might 8 native time, Billboard introduced the highest 10 entries on this week’s Prime 200 Album chart, its weekly rating of the preferred albums in the USA.
Debuting at No. 2 was SEVENTEEN’s new tenth mini album “FML,” which marks the group’s highest rating but on the Billboard 200, in addition to their third consecutive high 10 entry.
The group scored their first high 10 debut on the Billboard 200 final June with “Face the Solar” at No. 7, and adopted up a month later with “SECTOR 17” debuting at No. 4. “FML” is now SEVENTEEN’s fifth general entry on this chart, together with their 2021 mini albums “Your Selection” and “Attacca” (which peaked at No. 15 and No. 13 respectively).
“FML” was additionally the top-selling album of the week with 135,000 equal album models earned. In accordance with Luminate (previously MRC Knowledge), album gross sales made up 132,000, marking the fourth-largest gross sales week of 2023, and streaming equal album (SEA) models made up 3,000, which is the same as 4.36 million on-demand audio streams over the course of the week.
SEVENTEEN’s “FML” album was launched in 14 complete CD packages, with exclusives for Barnes & Nobles, Goal, and Weverse. Digitally, “FML” was accessible as a typical digital obtain album or 17 completely different digital obtain variants. Every of those variants had completely different album artwork, with 4 albums containing completely different units of two bonus tracks, whereas the remaining 13 had completely different album covers for every member. Within the first week of gross sales for “FML,” 98 % have been bodily albums with solely 2 % being digital album downloads.
Final month, SEVENTEEN broke a number of data as “FML” turned the best-selling album in K-pop historical past after promoting over 4 million copies in its first day of launch, and 4.5 million copies complete in only one week. On Might 8, SEVENTEEN launched the music video for “F*ck My Life,” the second of their two “FML” title tracks.
Congratulations to SEVENTEEN!
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