TWICE’s Japanese Debut Album Becomes Certified Platinum
TWICE’s first Japanese album has been certified platinum!
The Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) announced on August 10 that the girl group’s Japanese debut best album “#TWICE” has sold over 250,000 copies, earning it platinum certification.
TWICE has accomplished several impressive achievements since their Japanese debut on June 28, topping the iTunes Albums Chart in Japan and taking the first five spots simultaneously on Line Music’s chart with songs from the album. Recently, the album rose back up to first on the Oricon Daily Album Chart over a month after its release.
Congratulations to TWICE on another achievement!