TXT sets a new record for 4th generation K-pop idols on Billboard
TXT sets a new record for 4th generation K-pop idols on Billboard
The group Tomorrow by Together (TXT) set a new record for a 4th generation K-pop artist on the US Billboard chart.

According to the latest chart released by Billboard, an American music media outlet, on the 11th (local time), Tomorrow by Together (Soobin, Yeonjun, Beomgyu, Taehyun, Huening Kai) ranked 43rd on the 'Artist 100' and stayed on the chart for a total of 77 weeks.

The only K-pop singers who have been ranked on 'Artist 100' for more than 70 weeks are BTS and Tomorrow by Together. Tomorrow by Together is breaking its own record of being the longest charting artist of the 4th generation K-pop.

Their 6th mini album 'minisode 3: TOMORROW' ranked 141st on the 'Billboard 200' and was on the rankings for a total of 6 weeks. Thanks to the North American performance of Tomorrow by Together's third world tour 'TOMORROW .

In addition, this album maintained 6th place in 'Top Album Sales' and 'Top Current Album Sales' from last week, and 3rd place in 'World Album', maintaining the 'Top 3' for 9 consecutive weeks.

Tomorrow by Together set a meaningful milestone by setting the first K-pop record with the North American performance of 'TOMORROW They were the first K-pop singer to perform at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum and Minute Maid Park in Houston. He also became the first K-pop singer to sell out two performances at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Lee Min-kyung, Ten Asia Reporter 2min_ror@tenasia.co.kr translated by google