The K-pop woman group’s new album scores them their finest U.S. gross sales week so far as nicely.

TWICE can actually take the title of their new single and album to coronary heart because the K-pop woman teams earns a slew of chart accolades with their newest launch.

First up, the nine-member act scores their second No. 1 on Billboard‘s World Digital Track Gross sales chart as “Feel Special” after 2,000 copies offered within the week ending Sept. 26, in line with Nielsen Music. Earlier than this week, TWICE had beforehand hit the highest spot in 2017 with “Likey,” which dominated the chart for 2 weeks. The group is now simply the seventh K-pop act to attain a number of chart-toppers on World Digtial Track Gross sales.

“Feel Special” can also be stretching TWICE’s dominance throughout North America as the only additionally enters the Canadian Scorching 100 chart at No. 82. That is the group’s first time getting into Canada’s all-genre singles chart, making them simply the third K-pop woman group, and ninth K-pop act general, to take action.

Over on the albums charts, TWICE’s Really feel Particular EP offered 1,000 copies within the week ending Sept. 26, touchdown them at No. 6 on World Albums and No. 10 on Heatseekers Albums charts. Whereas these aren’t the band’s highest marks on both chart, this does mark the group’s finest gross sales week but in America, simply edging out the debut of the band’s Fancy You EP from May which had earned them one other new finest gross sales week.

Little question this launch holds a particular place to each TWICE and their followers because the sentimental message of shifting previous negativity and hurtful phrases shines all through this sparkly dance monitor. Followers seemingly additionally have been drawn to the lyrics that appeared significantly apt to member Mina, who sings translated strains like “I just wanted to hide /Didn’t wanna face the world /As if everything has lost meaning,” after the 22-year-old not too long ago revealed a battle with anxiousness and “insecurity towards performing on stage,” in line with her report label JYP Leisure. These uplifting messages are felt all through the entire EP because the group delivers encouraging and heartfelt messages about shifting ahead in life. All all through, the EP marks a number of the group’s most pristinely produced songs but, seeing them evolve into artists constantly placing out top-quality and complex pop.

Take a look at TWICE’s “Feel Special” music video — nearing 80 million views every week after launch — and one of many first stay performances of the only stay on Korea’s M Countdown music program — with eight million views itself — beneath:

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