NewJeans' 'Get Up' charted on the US 'Billboard 200' for 18 consecutive weeks
NewJeans' 'Get Up' charted on the US 'Billboard 200' for 18 consecutive weeks
NewJeans is on a roll on the US Billboard main chart.

According to the latest US Billboard chart (as of December 2) released on the 28th (local time), New Genes' 2nd mini album 'Get Up' ranked 117th on the main album chart 'Billboard 200', rebounding 35 places from the previous week. . As a result, 'Get Up' entered this chart at No. 1 (as of August 5) and stayed there for 18 consecutive weeks, repeatedly breaking the record for the longest charting period for a 4th generation K-pop girl group album.

Previously, 'Get Up' was ranked 134th in the 'Billboard 200 Albums' in Billboard's '2023 Year-End-Charts', recording the highest ranking by a K-pop female artist in this category this year. .

'Get Up''s title song 'Super Shy' also showed off its undiminished popularity. 'Super Shy' ranked 66th in 'Global (excluding the US)' and 111th in 'Global 200' this week, maintaining its ranking on both charts for 20 consecutive weeks.

The '2023 League of Legends (LoL) World Championship' theme song 'GODS' sung by Newgenes re-entered this week at 60th place in 'Global (excluding the United States)' and 119th place in 'Global 200'. New Genes performed the 'GODS' performance for the first time on the opening stage of the '2023 LoL World Championship' finals held on the 19th, and as the enthusiastic response continued, the interest of music fans around the world in the 'GODS' sound source seems to have refocused.

NewJeans is continuing its unstoppable rise by winning the 'Top Global K-pop Artist' award at the '2023 Billboard Music Awards (2023 BBMAs)' held on the 20th.

Kim Ji-won, Ten Asia reporter translated by google