PURPLE KISS Top Overseas Music Charts With “HIDE & SEEK”
PURPLE KISS displays their growing emergence as a global rookie, topping various overseas music charts with their newest release, HIDE & SEEK.
PURPLE KISS impressed fans with their newest second mini-album, HIDE & SEEK. The rookie girl group of RBW made their comeback on September 8 at 6 PM KST, quickly entering the Top 100 of iTunes’ Top Album Charts in 20 regions globally, exceeding their personal record of entering 8 worldwide charts with their debut album, INTO VIOLET.
Additionally, their newest project entered the Top 10 of seven regions, including Taiwan, Luxembourg, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Cambodia, and Denmark. The results convey a promising amount of potential from the rookie girl group.
The members recently introduced their newest title track, “Zombie”, during the online showcase celebrating their comeback. The group expressed their hopes for its success, stating, “As the title song, ‘Zombie’ is an addictive and exciting song. We want to enter the domestic and foreign music charts and stay like a ‘zombie’ for a long time.”
PURPLE KISS exceeded their expectations, not only entering the charts, but claiming top spots among other global tracks, displaying positive results with their new music.
Their album, HIDE & SEEK, recounts the members’ pure experiences of finding their true identity. It explores the ideas of youth’s growth within a cold society. Additionally, it provides listeners with encouragement by communicating the message, “Don’t measure this and that, act honestly and love as your instincts lead.”
With this release, PURPLE KISS prove their versatility, delivering an unconventional twist on the ‘high teen’ genre. Many anticipate their success as ‘theme idols’ who can digest different concepts and deliver a variety of charms to fans.
Meanwhile, PURPLE KISS will continue with comeback promotions for “Zombie”. They will appear on KBS 2TV’s Music Bank, airing September 10 at 5 PM KST.
Source: Star News
Image and Video Source: RBW
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