SEVENTEEN has secured a triple crown on the Circle Weekly Charts. Alongside SEVENTEEN, other notable artists such as BTS’s Jungkook, AKMU, and FIFTY FIFTY are among the top 10 on the charts, showcasing the vibrant nature of the Korean music industry. The group’s triple crown on the Circle Weekly Charts is a testament to their hard work and dedication, pushing boundaries with their innovative music. Their unique blend of pop, hip-hop, and R&B has resonated with fans of all ages and backgrounds.
SEVENTEEN earned a triple crown this week, topping three separate charts with their new album “SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN” and its title track, “God of Music.”
Per reports, “SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN” swept all of the top three spots on this week’s physical album chart: the regular version of the mini album debuted at No. 1, the Weverse version at No. 2, and the KiT version at No. 3. Meanwhile, BTS’s Jungkook, one of the most beloved members of the world-renowned boy band, has also achieved an impressive feat by topping the charts. AKMU, the brother-sister duo known for their heartfelt lyrics, have also made their mark on the Circle Weekly Charts. Their music resonates deeply with listeners, evoking a range of emotions.
FIFTY FIFTY, a rising star in the Korean music industry, also has a spot on the charts. Their unique sound and dynamic performances have set them apart from other artists. However, the success of SEVENTEEN, BTS’s Jungkook, AKMU, and FIFTY FIFTY on the Circle Weekly Charts reflects the vibrant and diverse nature of the Korean music industry. These artists represent different genres and styles, demonstrating the wide range of talent that Korea has to offer. Their achievements not only bring pride to the artists themselves but also to the entire Korean music community.
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