TXT Is Only Korean Artist To Make Rolling Stone’s “The 50 Best Albums Of 2021” List
TXT was the only Korean artist to land a spot on Rolling Stone’s year-end roundup of “The 50 Best Albums of 2021”!
On December 4 local time, the American magazine published its annual list of its picks for the 50 best albums of the year, and TXT’s “The Chaos Chapter: FIGHT OR ESCAPE“—the repackaged version of their second studio album “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE“—made the list at No. 46.
Kristine Kwak wrote for Rolling Stone, “This ascendant South Korean boy band elevated their sound and image this year with ‘The Chaos Chapter: Fight or Escape,’ a repackaging of their sophomore studio album, ‘The Chaos Chapter: Freeze.’ All five members of Tomorrow X Together got writing credits on the album, delivering their first English-language song with the infectious ‘Magic,’ while incorporating arena pop rock into their already high-energy sound on ‘0X1=Lovesong (I Know I Love You).’ The highlight is the TikTok-viral ballad ‘Anti-Romantic,’ a tender tale of heartbreak realism that showcases the group’s impressive vocal and emotional range.”
TXT’s “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE,” which set a record on the Billboard 200 this year for the longest-charting K-pop album of 2021 (13 non-consecutive weeks), also recently pulled off the impressive feat of making Billboard’s year-end Top 200 Albums chart for 2021.
Congratulations to TXT!