TWICE Becomes 1st K-Pop Female Artist In History To Chart 3 Albums For 6 Weeks On Billboard 200

TWICE continues to make Billboard history with their latest mini album!

Last month, TWICE’s “READY TO BE” made a historic debut at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 after achieving the biggest U.S. sales week of any female K-pop artist to date.

For the week ending on April 29, “READY TO BE” remained on the chart at No. 107, marking its sixth consecutive week on the Billboard 200.

With this achievement, TWICE has become the only female K-pop artist in history to chart three different albums for six weeks each on the Billboard 200. (Before “READY TO BE,” both “Formula of Love: O+T=<3” and “BETWEEN 1&2” spent over six weeks each on the chart.)

Outside of the Billboard 200, “READY TO BE” stayed strong at No. 3 in its sixth week on Billboard’s World Albums chart, in addition to sweeping the No. 9 spot on both the Top Album Sales chart and the Top Current Album Sales chart.

Finally, TWICE also ranked No. 55 in their 27th week on Billboard’s Artist 100, overtaking NCT to become the K-pop group with the sixth most cumulative weeks on the chart (following BTS, NCT 127, EXO, TXT, and BLACKPINK).

Congratulations to TWICE!

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