TWICE Becomes 1st K-Pop Girl Group To Spend 3 Weeks In Top 100 Of Billboard 200 With An EP
TWICE continues to make Billboard history with their latest mini album!
Last month, TWICE’s “Taste of Love” became the first mini album (EP) by a female K-pop act ever to enter the top 10 of the Billboard 200 (Billboard’s weekly ranking of the most popular albums in the United States), making a historic debut at No. 6.
As it spends a third consecutive week on the chart, “Taste of Love” has now also become the first mini album by any K-pop girl group ever to spend three weeks in the top 100 of the Billboard 200.
For the week ending on July 10, the album stayed strong at No. 90, making it TWICE’s longest-charting album to date—as well as the first K-pop girl group album of 2021 to spend three weeks on the Billboard 200.
“Taste of Love” also climbed back up to No. 1 on Billboard’s World Albums chart this week, two weeks after it first topped the chart. The mini album also ranked No. 6 on the Top Current Album Sales chart and No. 7 on the Top Album Sales chart.
TWICE’s latest title track “Alcohol-Free” ranked high on this week’s Billboard charts as well: the song came in at No. 16 in its third week on the World Digital Song Sales chart, in addition to ranking No. 34 on the Global Excl. U.S. chart and No. 69 on the Global 200. Finally, TWICE charted at No. 67 on this week’s Artist 100.
Congratulations to TWICE on their historic achievement!