CNBlue‘s overseas popularity can be felt once again, as the popular male band placed second on Japanese music chart Oricon‘s Weekly Chart with their latest release “Present.”
The Japanese version of the best-of album filled with the idol group’s best Korean hits was released on February 5, and on the day of its release, “Present” ranked second on the Oricon Daily Chart. At the end of the week, it placed second on the Weekly Chart with 19,729 copies sold.
“Present” includes songs, such as “Loner,” “Coffee Shop,” “Love Girl,” and the latest “I’m Sorry,” from CNBlue’s all six albums released so far. The male group recently released a compilation album filled with their Japanese hits in Korea, and this time they released an album the other way around.
CNBlue will be making their comeback this month with a self-composed title track “Can’t Stop.”