Two months after its release, BLACKPINK’s “BORN PINK” is still going strong on the Billboard charts!
Back in September, BLACKPINK became the first female K-pop artist ever to reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200 when their latest studio album “BORN PINK” debuted at the top of the chart.
On November 15 local time, Billboard revealed that “BORN PINK” had ranked No. 118 on its Top 200 Albums chart for the week ending on November 19, marking the album’s eighth consecutive week on the chart.
“BORN PINK” is now tied with TWICE‘s “BETWEEN 1&2” for the longest-charting 2022 album by a female K-pop artist on the Billboard 200, with both albums having spent a total of eight weeks on the chart so far this year.
BLACKPINK is also only the second female K-pop artist in history to have more than one album spend eight weeks on the Billboard 200 (after TWICE). The group’s first album to chart for eight weeks was “THE ALBUM,” which went on to spend an impressive 26 weeks on the Billboard 200 after its release in 2020.
Additionally, BLACKPINK’s hit pre-release single “Pink Venom” climbed back up to No. 10 on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart this week, in addition to ranking No. 44 on the Global Excl. U.S. chart and No. 81 on the Global 200.
Meanwhile, BLACKPINK’s latest title track “Shut Down” stayed strong at No. 35 on the Global Excl. U.S. chart and No. 66 on the Global 200.
Congratulations to BLACKPINK!
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