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SEVENTEEN, TXT, NewJeans, LE SSERAFIM Topping Billboard’s World Albums Chart

Billboard’s World Albums chart for the week ending is buzzing with some exciting moves. SEVENTEEN’s ‘17 IS RIGHT HERE’ album, which reigned at No. 1 for two weeks straight, gracefully stepped down to No. 2 in its fourth week. TXT’s ‘minisode 3: TOMORROW’ is holding steady at No. 3, making it eight weeks in a row on the chart. Meanwhile, NewJeans’ foot-tapping album ‘Get Up’ strutted its way up to No. 4 after 44 weeks on the chart.

Breaking into the scene at No. 5 is the brand-new multi-artist compilation album ‘NOW That’s What I Call K-Pop.’ LE SSERAFIM’s ‘EASY’ leapt back up to No. 6, followed closely by ILLIT’s ‘SUPER REAL ME’ at No. 7 and BTS’s ‘Proof’ at No. 9, proving their lasting appeal. Stray Kids’ ‘ROCK-STAR’ maintained its cool at No. 10, while BTS’s Jimin’s ‘FACE’ stole the spotlight at No. 11 in its 55th week.

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SEVENTEEN, the powerhouse boy band from Pledis Entertainment, has been captivating audiences since their debut. With thirteen members bringing their unique flair to the stage, they’ve become known as the ‘Performance Kings’ of K-pop. Their involvement in all aspects of their music, from songwriting to choreography, sets them apart as a self-producing idol group.

TXT, the brainchild of Big Hit Music, burst onto the scene with their EP ‘The Dream Chapter: Star’. With their fresh sound and magnetic performances, they quickly rose to the top, snagging awards and breaking records along the way. Their debut single ‘Crown’ shot to number one on the charts, solidifying their status as rising stars in the industry.

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NewJeans is making waves with its nostalgic vibes and catchy tunes. Formed by ADOR, this girl group has captured hearts with their throwback to the 90s and 2000s, all while carving out their unique style. With hit singles like ‘Attention’ and ‘Hype Boy’, they’re proving that they’re here to stay in the ever-evolving world of K-pop.

The diversity and talent showcased in this week’s chart reflect the dynamic nature of the K-pop industry. From SEVENTEEN’s self-produced tracks to TXT’s record-breaking hits and NewJeans’ nostalgic charm, each group brings something unique to the table. The continued success of these artists highlights the global appeal of K-pop and its ability to capture the hearts of fans around the world.

-Sushmita Sarkar

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