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TWICE becomes the first female K-Pop artist to top the Billboard album list for 3 weeks with more than one album

TWICE’s newest mini-album still holds the Billboard charts!

Earlier this month, TWICE’s latest mini-album “BETWEEN 1 & 2” debuted in history at number three on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart, making TWICE the first female K-pop woman to ever make a top-ten spot on the Billboard 200 chart – and the first, which placed two albums in the top three.

TWICE has now achieved another impressive feat on the US charts: they have become the only female K-pop band in history to spend three weeks at number one on the Billboard’s World Albums chart with more than one album.

For the week ending September 24, “BETWEEN 1 & 2” spent the third consecutive week at number one on the World Albums chart, making it the second TWICE album to top the chart for three weeks. (The first was “Formula of Love: O + T =”, who spent three weeks in the first place last year).

BETWEEN 1 & 2 also remained on several other Billboard charts this week. In addition to ranking 47th in week three on the Billboard 200, the mini-album retained its consistent position at number 2 on the Top Current Album Sales chart, 5th place on the Top Album Sales chart and 22nd place on the Tastemaker Album Chart.

Meanwhile, TWICE’s newest title track “Talk that Talk” is ranked 12th on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart and 24th on Global Excl. USA and 40th place on Global 200 this week.

Finally, TWICE entered the Billboard’s Artist 100 list at number 33, marking week 15 on the list (which they had first placed first earlier this month).

Congratulations TWICE on another historic achievement!


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