EXO’s New Album Sold On Amazon And Other Sites Confirmed To Count On Music Charts
SM Entertainment has explained how EXO’s new album will count towards both domestic and international charts.
EXO previously announced they will be making their long-awaited comeback on November 2 with their fifth studio album “Don’t Mess Up My Tempo.” Member Lay will notably feature in the music video and Chinese version of the title track, “Tempo.”
Pre-orders for the album opened on October 4. The group also shared that the album will be officially available for international fans to order through Amazon and Deep Discount for the first time.
On October 16, SM Entertainment revealed that the album will also be available internationally on Target, SM Global Shop, and Barnes & Noble. Along with this, they confirmed fans’ inquiries and stated that albums ordered through any of these five places will count towards both Billboard charts and Korean album charts, which include Hanteo and Gaon.
As previously mentioned, the album will be available in three different versions — Allegro, Moderato, and Andante — and will consist of 11 tracks. Member Chanyeol is said to have participated in this album by composing and writing lyrics.
Check out the first teaser images of EXO’s “Don’t Mess Up My Tempo” here!