K-Pop Dominance: TXT, NewJeans, and Stray Kids Lead Billboard’s World Albums Chart
K-Pop Acts Command Billboard’s World Albums Chart with Multiple Top Spots
TXT continues to reign supreme on Billboard’s World Albums chart with “The Name Chapter: FREEFALL,” securing the number one spot for the second week. The album’s performance is mirrored on the Billboard 200, marking a significant achievement for the K-Pop sensation.
NewJeans has also made headlines by maintaining their position at number two on the World Albums chart with “Get Up,” setting a new record for K-pop girl groups on the Billboard 200 with a remarkable 14-week presence.
Stray Kids prove their enduring popularity by rising to number five with their hit album “★★★★★ (5-STAR),” which has shown remarkable longevity on the chart. NCT 127’s recent work “Fact Check” remains a fan favorite, solidifying its place at number six.
The influence of BTS remains undiminished as their anthology album “Proof” continues a remarkable chart run, with FIFTY FIFTY and ENHYPEN also showcasing their staying power with albums in the top ten.
NCT’s “Golden Age” and Jimin’s groundbreaking solo debut “FACE” underscore the expansive reach of K-Pop, while SEVENTEEN’s newest release makes a splashy entrance, joining LE SSERAFIM’s latest work in this week’s chart rankings.
The consistent chart-topping performances of these K-Pop acts on Billboard’s World Albums chart are a testament to the genre’s burgeoning global footprint and the dedicated fanbases that fuel their ongoing success.