K-pop continues to make waves in the music industry, as some of the biggest names in the genre are in the top spots on Billboard’s World Albums chart. From BTS to TXT, Stray Kids, NCT 127, New Jeans, and SEVENTEEN, these Korean acts regularly leave fans stunned with their catchy tunes. Let’s take a closer look at the artists who are redefining the global music landscape. BTS, the trailblazers of K-pop, has become a household name. Their album “Map of the Soul: 7” topped the World Albums chart, marking their 21st No. 1 on the chart.
Just recently, NewJeans made K-Pop history with their ‘Get Up’ album in Billboard 200’s Top 100 for 14 weeks.
TXT, the younger brother group of BTS, is making waves of their own. Their latest album, “The Chaos Chapter: Freeze,” debuted at No. 1 on the World Albums chart. Stray Kids, known for their powerful rap verses, have also made their mark on the Billboard charts. Their album “NOEASY” debuted at No. 1 on the World Albums chart. NCT 127, the dynamic subunit of the larger NCT group, has consistently impressed. Their album “Sticker” debuted at No. 1 on the World Albums chart. NCT 127’s ability to seamlessly blend various musical genres and their stage presence make them a force to be reckoned with.
SEVENTEEN, a 13-member group known for their synchronized choreography and diverse discography, has also found success on the World Albums chart. Their album “Your Choice” also reached No. 1. But then, it’s not just these groups dominating the chart; there are many more acts making their mark. Reportedly, Artists like ATEEZ, MONSTA X, BLACKPINK, and EXO have consistently ranked high on the World Albums chart, proving that K-pop’s influence is far-reaching and enduring. With their catchy hooks, impressive choreography, and undeniable charisma, these artists have won the hearts of fans all over the world.
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