TWICE continues to show their reputation as a gentle vendor on the U.S. charts!
Again in March, TWICE made historical past by attaining the most important U.S. gross sales week of any feminine K-pop artist so far with their newest mini album “READY TO BE,” which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 (Billboard’s weekly rating of the most well-liked albums in the USA).
A month and a half later, the mini album continues to be going sturdy on the chart—for the week ending on Could 6, “READY TO BE” ranked No. 154, marking its seventh consecutive week on the Billboard 200.
Notably, TWICE is now the one feminine K-pop artist in historical past to chart three completely different albums for seven weeks every on the Billboard 200. (Earlier than “READY TO BE,” TWICE beforehand charted each “Formulation of Love: O+T=” and “BETWEEN 1&2” for over seven weeks every.)
In the meantime, “READY TO BE” additionally held regular at No. 4 on Billboard’s World Albums chart, No. 18 on the Prime Present Album Gross sales chart, and No. 22 on the Prime Album Gross sales chart in its seventh week on all three charts.
Congratulations to TWICE!
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