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TXT Dominates Oricon’s Daily Album Chart With “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child”

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Proving that they are indeed unstoppable, talented boy group TXT reigns over Oricon Daily Album charts with their latest Korean album minisode 2: Thursday’s Child!

Big Hit Music’s prized boy group, TXT, recently bagged an amazing feat on the Japanese charts with their latest mini-album, minisode 2: Thursday’s Child.

Just recently, the group came back to the music scene with their fourth Korean mini-album, minisode 2: Thursday’s ChildSpearheaded by the title track,”Good Boy Gone Bad,” the album received tons of love and favorable responses from MOAs and K-Pop fans worldwide.

Unveiled on May 9 in South Korea and on May 17 in Japan, TXT’s newest offering has scored the No. 1 spot on Japan’s Oricon Daily Album chart after selling 134,746 copies in the country alone.  Notably, they were able to achieve such a feat in just hours since its successful release.

Aside from the aforementioned feat, minisode 2: Thursday’s Child also conquered Japan’s Line Music weekly music charts and iTunes Top Albums charts in 43 different countries, including the United Kingdom, Japan, and Brazil. Moreover, it ranked No. 2 on iTunes Top Album charts in the United States and Canada.

Further proving their immense musical influence and global impact, TXT also swept the top spot on iTunes Top Songs charts in at least 19 regions and Spotify’s Top Artists Global charts with their latest single “Good Boy Gone Bad.”

Continuing their success streak, the boy group also recorded 1.4 million stock pre-orders with minisode 2: Thursday’s ChildThey attained the said feat within six days since the pre-order announcement.

AN ALBUM WORTH LISTENING TO

minisode 2: Thursday’s Child contains a total of five tracks falling into different genres. These include “Opening Sequence,” “Trust Fund Baby,” “Lonely Boy,” “Thursday’s Child Has Far to Go,” and “Good Boy Gone Bad.”

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Its lead single has addictive and robust beats that anyone would find captivating. It also highlights the boys’ clean vocals and impressive performing skills.

The music video for “Good Boy Gone Bad” has already amassed 23.4 million views on the YouTube platform.

Meanwhile, TXT will continue to promote their title track on various music shows in South Korea.


Source: Newsis

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