TOMORROW X TOGETHER wins four US Billboard titles


70 consecutive weeks on the chart

On April 16, TOMORROW X TOGETHER’s 6th mini-album “episode 3: TOMORROW” ranked No. 3 on the main album chart, the Billboard 200, according to the latest chart (dated April 20) released by the US music media Billboard. This means that they have charted 10 albums on the chart. Of the 10 albums, five of which were released in Korea, ranked in the Top 5 consecutively.

Also, “episode 3: TOMORROW” also ranked No. 1 in “Top Album Sales,” “Top Current Album Sales,” and “World Albums. They have had eight albums in the Top 10 on the “Top Album Sales” and “Top Current Album Sales” charts, with six of them reaching No. 1. This is a equal record for the highest number of No. 1 albums by a K-pop artist on both charts.

In addition, the title track “Deja Vu” reached No. 3 on the “World Digital Song Sales” and “South Korea Songs” charts, respectively. The song ranked 39th and 20th in the “Global 200” and “Global (excluding the U.S.),” up 56 and 19 places, respectively, from the previous week. In particular, in the “Global (excluding the U.S.)” category, the song ranked higher than last year’s “Back for More (with Anitta),” which reached No. 29, breaking their own record.

In addition, “Tomorrow X Together” once again reached No. 1 on the “Artist 100” chart, successfully charting for a total of 70 consecutive weeks. This is the record for the longest period among the fourth generation K-pop groups.