NCT 127’s “Sticker” Becomes Longest-Charting K-Pop Album Of 2021 On Billboard 200

As 2021 winds to a close, NCT 127’s latest album “Sticker” is still going strong on the Billboard 200!

For the week ending on December 25, “Sticker” ranked No. 84 on the Billboard 200, marking its 13th consecutive week on Billboard’s main albums chart (which ranks the most popular albums in the United States) since debuting at No. 3 in September.

NCT 127’s “Sticker” has now become the only K-pop album released in 2021 to spend 13 consecutive weeks on the Billboard 200, making it the longest-charting Korean album of the year. (TXT‘s “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE” also spent a total of 13 weeks on the chart earlier this year, but they were non-consecutive.)

Only two other K-pop artists have ever managed to chart an album for 13 consecutive weeks on the Billboard 200: BTS and BLACKPINK.

“Sticker” also stayed strong at No. 2 on Billboard’s World Albums chart, No. 6 on the Independent Albums chart, No. 9 on the Top Current Album Sales chart, and No. 13 on the Top Album Sales chart.

Finally, NCT 127 charted at No. 88 on this week’s Billboard’s Artist 100.

Congratulations to NCT 127 on their new record!


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