EXO Enters Billboard’s Main Chart, Best for a Korean Male Group
EXO has entered Billboard‘s main music chart at 90th place, the highest for any K-pop male group so far.
According to the latest Billboard 200 chart released on April 8, EXO’s second album “EXODUS” came in at 90th place. They have sold 6000 copies of the album in America for the week ending April 5, which is the best for any Korean group in America. On the Top Albums Sales Chart, they placed 70th place.
Upon its release, “EXODUS” topped numerous iTunes charts around the world, proving the group’s global popularity.
YG girl group 2NE1 still holds the record for the highest place on the Billboard’s main chart with their album “Crush,” which came in at 61st place last year. Taeyang holds the record for a Korean solo artist, at 112th with his 2014 release “Rise.”