TXT sets a new record on the Japanese Oricon chart
TXT sets a new record on the Japanese Oricon chart
The group Tomorrow by Together set a new record on Japan's Oricon with their 6th mini album 'minisode 3: TOMORROW'.

According to the latest chart as of April 15 released by Japan's Oricon on the 9th, Tomorrow It took first place in the ‘Weekly Album Ranking’. This is the highest weekly album sales recorded this year among overseas male and female artists.

Oricon said in an article posted on its official website that Tomorrow by Together is the first foreign artist to place 10 consecutive albums at No. 1 on the 'Weekly Album Ranking'. Tomorrow Since then, they have been breaking their own record with each album they release.

TOMORROW Liver normality was maintained.

The title song 'Deja Vu' has been on the rise on the Japanese music charts since the start of domestic music broadcasting. This song, which entered Japan's Spotify's 'Daily Top Songs' at 191st place (as of April 1), has been on an upward curve since the 4th when its first music broadcast stage was revealed, and ranked 191st on the latest chart (as of April 7th). It was ranked 69th, up 122 places from its entry ranking. The music video for this song ranked #1 on Japanese YouTube's 'Trending Music' chart.

Tomorrow by Together continues their popularity by holding their first Japan dome tour since their debut this summer. They will be held eight times in four cities in Japan, starting with Tokyo Dome on July 10th and 11th, Kyocera Dome Osaka on the 27th and 28th, Vantelin Dome Nagoya on August 4th and 5th, and Fukuoka PayPay Dome on September 14th and 15th. 'TOMORROW

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