NewJeans’ ‘Get Up’ Dominates the U.S. ‘Billboard 200,’ Maintaining Top 40 for Eight Consecutive Weeks

Korean girl group ‘NewJeans’ is making a significant mark on the U.S. music scene with their mini 2nd album, ‘Get Up.’ The album has secured a prominent spot on the ‘Billboard 200’ chart, consistently staying in the top 40 for eight consecutive weeks. It initially debuted at the top of this chart, making NewJeans the second K-pop girl group to achieve such a feat in the American market.

‘Get Up’ is setting new records for K-pop girl groups on the ‘Billboard 200’ chart. Last week, it became the first K-pop girl group album to maintain a position in the top 30 for seven consecutive weeks. As it continues to maintain its presence on the chart for eight consecutive weeks, it has become the longest-running 4th-generation K-pop girl group album on the ‘Billboard 200.’

The album’s success extends beyond the ‘Billboard 200,’ with ‘Get Up’ dominating other Billboard charts. Notably, it held the number one spot on the ‘Billboard World Album’ chart for seven weeks, marking the longest reign for a K-pop girl group on this chart. Additionally, it reached the sixth position on the ‘Billboard Top Album Sales’ chart. The tracks from the album have also performed well on the ‘Global 200’ chart, with ‘Super Shy’ and ‘ETA’ maintaining their positions for multiple weeks, along with the previously released song, ‘OMG.’ In summary, ‘NewJeans’ is making a significant impact in the American music industry, solidifying their status as a prominent K-pop girl group.


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