f(x) Dominates Both Korean and American Music Charts With “4 Walls” Album
f(x), who recently made a comeback as a four-member group, has taken over both Korean and American music charts.
On October 27, f(x) released their fourth album “4 Walls” and took first place on Billboard’s World Album chart. On November 2, Billboard released an article on the K-pop column titled “f(x) Doesn’t Miss a Beat on ‘4 Walls’: Album Review.”
The article noted how the improvement in all four members of the group can be heard and how the new album shows the artistic development and creativity of the group.
IU, who also recently made a comeback with her album, “Chat-shire,” made it into the top ten on Billboard’s World Album chart as well.
This year, f(x) is the seventh artist from SM Entertainment to top Billboard’s World Album chart. In January, Jonghyun snagged the spot with “Base,” EXO took the spot in April with “EXODUS,” SHINee in May with “Odd,” Girls’ Generation in August with “Lion Heart,” Red Velvet in September with “The Red,” and Taeyeon in October with “I.”
In the Gaon album chart, f(x) held the number one spot for one week from October 25 to 31, and their title track took the number one spot in the digital downloads chart as well.