NewJeans' 'Get Up' charted on the US 'Billboard 200' for 23 consecutive weeks
NewJeans' 'Get Up' charted on the US 'Billboard 200' for 23 consecutive weeks
NewJeans is showing off its solid popularity on the US Billboard main chart in the new year.

According to the latest US Billboard chart (as of January 6) released on the 3rd (local time), New Jeans' (Minzy, Hani, Daniel, Haerin, Hyein)'s second EP 'Get Up' ranked first in the 'Billboard 200'. It ranked 103rd, up 3 places. This album is making a comeback, rising in the rankings for three weeks in a row. As a result, 'Get Up' entered this chart at No. 1 (as of August 5) and stayed there for 23 consecutive weeks, repeatedly breaking the record for being the longest-running chart album by a 4th generation K-pop group.

'Get Up''s title song 'Super Shy' is also continuing its long-term success on the Billboard charts. 'Super Shy' ranked 137th in 'Global (excluding the US)' and 188th in 'Global 200' this week, maintaining its ranking on both charts for 25 consecutive weeks.

In addition, New Jeans' mega hit songs 'Ditto' and 'OMG' ranked 128th and 142nd, respectively, in 'Global (excluding the U.S.)', and have been receiving great love even more than a year since their release.

'Ditto' proved its strong popularity in the local market by ranking first in the 2023 annual chart 'Top 100' announced by Japanese FM radio 'J-WAVE'. This chart ranks points by aggregating points based on various data such as the number of on-air appearances for all programs of 'J-WAVE' and streaming and downloads from Billboard Japan. New Jeans is the first K-pop female artist to top this chart.

Kim Ji-won, Ten Asia reporter
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