TWICE Tops 4 Billboard Charts + Becomes 2nd Female K-Pop Act In History To Hit No. 1 On Artist 100
TWICE has dominated this week’s Billboard charts with their new mini album “BETWEEN 1&2”!
This week, TWICE became the first female K-pop artist in history to land two albums in the top 3 of the Billboard 200—as well as the first to chart three albums in the top 10—when “BETWEEN 1&2” made a historic debut at No. 3. (The Billboard 200 is the commonly used name for Billboard’s Top 200 Albums charts, which ranks the most popular albums in the United States each week.)
Billboard has now revealed more of TWICE’s achievements on this week’s charts: the group topped no less than four different Billboard charts this week, with “BETWEEN 1&2” entering three separate charts at No. 1.
Not only did “BETWEEN 1&2” debut at No. 1 on the Top Album Sales chart after achieving the fifth-biggest sales week of any album released in the U.S. this year, but it also swept the No. 1 spot on both the Top Current Album Sales chart and the World Albums chart.
Additionally, TWICE re-entered Billboard’s Artist 100 at No. 1 this week, marking their first time topping the chart—and making them only the second female K-pop act in history to reach No. 1 (following BLACKPINK).
“BETWEEN 1&2” also debuted at No. 2 on Billboard’s Tastemaker Albums chart, while three of TWICE’s new songs from the mini album entered the World Digital Song Sales chart this week: their title track “Talk that Talk” debuted at No. 4, while B-sides “Queen of Hearts” and “Basics” debuted at No. 13 and No. 15 respectively.
Congratulations to TWICE!