TXT Extends Own Record On Billboard 200 For Longest-Charting 2021 K-Pop Album + Rises On Artist 100, Radio Airplay Chart, And More

A month and a half after its release, TXT is still going strong on the Billboard charts with their latest album!

TXT’s “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE,” which was released back in May, has now become the first K-pop album of 2021 to spend five weeks on the Billboard 200. For the week ending on July 17, the album stayed strong at No. 110 on the chart (Billboard’s weekly ranking of the most popular albums in the United States), extending its own record as the longest-charting K-pop album of the year.

The only other K-pop groups in history to have an album spend five weeks on the Billboard 200 are BTS, SuperM, NCT 127, BLACKPINK, and NCT.

TXT also climbed back up several other Billboard charts this week. In addition to remaining No. 2 on the World Albums chart in its sixth week, “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE” rose to No. 3 on the Top Current Album Sales chart and No. 4 on the Top Album Sales chart. TXT’s latest title track “0X1=LOVESONG (I Know I Love You)” also spent its sixth week on the World Digital Song Sales chart at No. 22.

Additionally, after becoming the fastest K-pop artist to debut on Billboard’s Pop Airplay chart (which measures total weekly plays on mainstream radio stations across the United States) last week, TXT’s “Magic” rose to No. 39 on the chart this week. TXT also climbed to No. 62 on the Artist 100.

Congratulations to TXT on the ongoing success of their latest album!


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