TWICE is now the first JYP artist ever to have an album spend five weeks in the top 75 of the Billboard 200!

Back in March, TWICE made history with their latest mini album “READY TO BE,” which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 after achieving the biggest U.S. sales week of any female K-pop artist to date.

The mini album is now spending its fifth consecutive week on the chart: for the week ending on April 22, “READY TO BE” came in at No. 72, making it TWICE’s first album to spend five weeks in the top 75—and the first album released by JYP Entertainment to achieve the feat.

Outside of the Billboard 200, “READY TO BE” climbed back up to No. 2 in its fifth week on the World Albums chart, in addition to ranking No. 7 on the Top Current Album Sales chart and No. 8 on the Top Album Sales chart.

TWICE also charted at No. 41 in their 26th week on Billboard’s Artist 100, extending their own record as the K-pop girl group with the second most cumulative weeks on the chart—and tying NCT‘s record to become the K-pop group with the sixth most weeks on the chart (following BTS, NCT 127, EXO, TXT, and BLACKPINK).

Finally, TWICE’s latest title track “SET ME FREE” ranked No. 156 in its fifth consecutive week on Billboard’s Global Excl. U.S. chart.

Congratulations to TWICE on their impressive achievements!

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