TXT Tops 7 Billboard Charts + Re-Enters Artist 100 At No. 1

TXT has dominated this week’s Billboard charts with their new mini album “The Name Chapter: TEMPTATION”!

This week, “The Name Chapter: TEMPTATION” became TXT’s first album to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 after achieving the biggest U.S. sales week of any album since Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” first entered the chart last November.

Billboard has now revealed more of TXT’s achievements on this week’s charts: the group topped no less than seven different Billboard charts this week, with “The Name Chapter: TEMPTATION” entering four separate charts at No. 1.

TXT also re-entered Billboard’s Artist 100 at No. 1 this week, making them only the fourth male K-pop act—and the sixth overall—ever to top the chart (following BTS, SuperM, BLACKPINK, Stray Kids, and TWICE).

Not only did “The Name Chapter: TEMPTATION” debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, but it also swept the No. 1 spot on the Top Album Sales chart, the Top Current Album Sales chart, and the World Albums chart this week. The mini album also entered the Tastemaker Albums chart at No. 3.

Additionally, TXT topped both Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart and Hot Trending Songs chart with songs from their new mini album. (Notably, all of the tracks from “The Name Chapter: TEMPTATION” successfully entered the top 15 of both charts.)

The group’s new title track “Sugar Rush Ride” debuted at No. 1 on the World Digital Song Sales chart, followed by “Devil By The Window” at No. 4, “Tinnitus (Wanna Be a Rock)” at No. 6, “Farewell, Neverland” at No. 7, and “Happy Fools” (featuring Coi Leray) at No. 8.

Meanwhile, TXT’s Tiktok-viral B-side “Tinnitus (Wanna Be a Rock)” debuted at No. 1 on the Hot Trending Songs chart, trailed by “Devil by the Window” at No. 3, “Happy Fools” at No. 5, “Farewell, Neverland” at No. 7, and “Sugar Rush Ride” at No. 15.

TXT also became the second highest-charting male K-pop group in history on Billboard’s Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart, where “Sugar Rush Ride” debuted at No. 4.

“Sugar Rush Ride” entered Billboard’s main Digital Song Sales chart at No. 15 as well, making them only the second male K-pop group ever to enter the top 15.

Finally, “Sugar Rush Ride” entered the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. chart at No. 30 and the Global 200 at No. 44, marking their highest ranking to date on either chart.

Congratulations to TXT!

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