TWICE Tops Oricon Weekly Album Chart With 1st Japanese Studio Album
TWICE’s new Japanese album “BDZ” is dominating the charts in Japan!
On September 18, Japanese music chart Oricon announced, “TWICE’s first Japanese studio album ‘BDZ’ recorded over 180,000 sales in the first week of its release, and it has achieved No. 1 on the weekly album chart.”
“BDZ” has also maintained its reign over Oricon’s daily album chart, remaining at the top of the chart for six consecutive days since its release last week.
TWICE previously hit No. 1 on the Oricon charts with their Japanese singles “One More Time,” “Candy Pop,” and “Wake Me Up,” as well as their Japanese best-of album “#TWICE.” The girl group is only the fifth foreign female artist in Oricon history to have all of their Japanese releases reach No. 1, following the British girl group The Nolans, BoA, KARA, and Girls’ Generation.
TWICE is also currently preparing for their sold-out first Japanese arena tour, which will kick off in Chiba on September 29 before taking them to a total of four different cities across the country.
Congratulations to TWICE on yet another impressive accomplishment in Japan!