TWICE swept the top of various charts including Oricon’s Weekly Combined Albums chart with Japan’s best album “#TWICE3.”
According to Oricon on Sept. 23, TWICE’s new album #TWICE3 released in Japan on Sept. 16 ranked first on the Oricon’s “Weekly Combined Album” chart (09.14~09.20). It has proved its popularity in various charts of music and album, winning 110,200 points on the chart, which combines album sales, download count and streaming scores.
Recently, TWICE topped Oricon’s Weekly Album chart (09.14-2.09.20) for the 7th time in its career with “#TWICE3,” setting a record for the most number of foreign female artists in history, and once again doing well in Oricon.
On Sept. 23, Billboard Japan announced that “#TWICE3” was ranked No. 1 on the Billboard Japan Hot Album chart (09.14~09.20). It also sold 113,601 copies, topping the Billboard Japan Top Album Sales (09.14 to 09. 20). They also ranked first in the Overall Album chart (09.14 to 09.20), showing off their superior record power.
“#TWICE3” is the 3rd installment of the best album “#TWICE” series, which is TWICE’s Japanese debut and has earned platinum certification with sales of more than 250,000 copies in the country.
TWICE will release its new Japanese single “BETTER” on Nov. 18 and continue the unrivaled popularity of “K-pop’s representative girl group.”