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SHINee Takes Over Domestic And International Music Charts With “Don’t Call Me”

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A fitting welcome to SHINee’s much-anticipated grand comeback!

Wowing fans with their highly-awaited return, legendary K-pop boy group SHINee has bagged various impressive feats with their latest release.

SHINee

Marking as their first release in around two years and six months, SHINee recently gifted fans with their seventh studio album Don’t Call Me on February 22 at 6 PM KST. Aside from the group’s title track, also titled “Don’t Call Me”, the album also featured eight other songs of various genres.

Showing their impressive global power,  SHINee’s album has immediately dominated the iTunes charts around the world. Specifically, it scored the No.1 spot on the iTunes Top Album charts in at least 45 regions including the Philippines, Canada, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, India, Mexico, Indonesia, Spain, Brazil, the United States, and more.

The album ranked No.1 as well on the digital album sales charts on QQ Music and Kuwo Music in China and Japan’s Line Music Album Top 100 chart.

Additionally, the title track “Don’t Call Me” also topped various Korean realtime music charts such as Bugs, Genie, and Vibe. Meanwhile, as of February 23 at 2 PM KST,  its accompanying music video has already amassed 5.7 million views.

Celebrate SHINee’s return by watching their edgy and powerful “Don’t Call Me” MV below:


Source: SPOTV News

Photo Credits: SM Entertainment

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