NewJeans has set a new record for 4th-generation K-pop girl groups on the U.S. Billboard charts.
According to Billboard’s latest chart released on September 30th, NewJeans’ 2nd mini-album ‘Get Up’ climbed to 42nd place on the main album chart ‘Billboard 200’. ‘Get Up’ has maintained its high ranking on the chart for 9 consecutive weeks, setting the longest record for a 4th-generation K-pop girl group. The album has also performed strongly on various sub-charts, including the Billboard ‘World Albums’ chart, where it held the top spot for 8 weeks, and ‘Top Current Album Sales’ and ‘Top Album Sales,’ where it ranked 8th and 9th, respectively. NewJeans continues to enjoy strong popularity on Billboard’s major music charts. The title track ‘Super Shy’ from their 2nd mini-album, which spent 8 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, has now maintained its top-tier ranking for 11 consecutive weeks on the ‘Global (excluding the U.S.)’ and ‘Global 200’ charts, landing at 14th and 23rd place, respectively. Another title track from the 2nd mini-album, ‘ETA,’ also secured a spot on both charts for 9 consecutive weeks, ranking 33rd and 62nd on the ‘Global (excluding the U.S.)’ and ‘Global 200’ charts, respectively. Songs from their 1st single album, ‘Ditto’ and ‘OMG,’ are also continuing their long-standing success, remaining on the ‘Global (excluding the U.S.)’ chart for 40 and 38 weeks, respectively. NewJeans is undoubtedly making waves in the global music scene, establishing their presence and breaking records as a 4th-generation K-pop girl group.