NCT 127 Just Set This Record On The Billboard 200 Chart In 2021, Joining BTS And BLACKPINK As The Only K-Pop Artists To Achieve It
NCT 127 has had a very busy year, with multiple comebacks throughout the year and with NCT’s Universe, the big follow-up to 2020’s Resonance, topping it all off.
Now, it seems like all of NCT 127’s hard work is paying off as Sticker sets a record as the longest charting K-Pop album on the Billboard 200 in 2021! As of the week of December 25, NCT 127 has spent 13 consecutive weeks on the chart, joining BTS and BLACKPINK as the only K-Pop artists to have ever charted for this many consecutive weeks. They currently stand at #82, and in fact, are also ranked at #84 on the Billboard 100.
Additionally, NCT 127 is holding coveted spots on multiple other Billboard charts, including #2 on the World Album chart, #6 on the Independent Albums chart, #9 on Top Current Album Sales, and #13 on Top Album Sales.
NCT 127 has not slowed down all year, so this new record is well-deserved. Congratulations to NCT 127!
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