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TWICE Shows Global Power By Dominating Various Music Charts Worldwide With “FANCY YOU”

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TWICE’s return is definitely strong throughout the whole world.

South Korean girl group TWICE is showing off global power once again with FANCY YOU comeback as they dominated various music charts around the world.

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Their newly released seventh mini album FANCY YOU has been attracting a lot of love and support from ONCEs worldwide.

Bringing fans to a bolder era, the group gifted fans with six new songs. With “FANCY” as its title track, the other songs are “Stuck In My Head,” “Girls Like Us,” “HOT,” “Turn It Up,” “STRAWBERRY.”

Conquering Korean music charts

Soon after their worldwide release, TWICE’s latest main song “FANCY” has conquered almost all major digital music charts in Korea.

The K-Pop nonet bagged first place on six real-time charts including Mnet, Bugs, Olleh Music, Soribada, Genie, and Melon. Notably, they are the first female group to achieve the top spot at Melon this year.

Topping Foreign music charts

Aside from conquering their home country, the girls also successfully took over Japan. Just three hours after dropping their music video for “FANCY,” the track already placed No.1 on Japanese music streaming service Line Music’s Top 100 chart. Not just the title song, but all six tracks from “FANCY YOU” are included in the chart’s top six.

On April 23, the girls also topped the iTunes album charts in 25 overseas regions including Singapore, Thailand, Greece, Germany, Brazil, and Mexico.

In addition, TWICE’s latest title song “FANCY” ranked 1st on the iTunes song chart in at least eight countries including Hong Kong and Vietnam.

Impressive MV views

Taking on a more daring concept, the female idols are surely captivating everyone with their powerful music video. In just 24 hours, TWICE’s “FANCY’ music video has already surpassed almost 40 million views on YouTube.

Though still unofficial, their latest track has broken their personal record.  It exceeded the 2018 hit song “YES or YES”, which garnered 31 million views in its first 24 hours.