Girls’ Generation subunit TaeTiSeo has stormed into high positions on album charts all over the world with its latest release “Holler,” just in time for the music video release. The mini album clinched the number one spot on charts in Thailand, Singapore, Cambodia, Taiwan, Vietnam, Indonesia, Brunei, Malaysia, and Hong Kong. The release also hit the number two spot in Japan.
The success of “Holler” has not been limited to Asian countries. The album has also made the top ten in both America and Canada (ranking at number nine in both countries), and has been a high new entry on European charts too, hitting number two in Finland and number three in Sweden. “Holler” has also placed just outside the top ten albums in Australia, where it is ranked eleventh.
“Holler” is TaeTiSeo’s second mini album release, and is the long-awaited follow-up to the girls’ debut EP, “Twinkle,” which was released in April 2012.
The music video, released on September 17, is set in the fake “Holler” hotel and is filmed in the first person point of view perspective. It is directed by Hong Won Ki and uses the Phantom High Speed camera and the MOVI camera. Check it out below.