NewJeans’ ‘Get Up’ Maintains Its Presence on the Billboard 200 for 14 Consecutive Weeks, Becoming the Second-Longest Charting K-Pop Girl Group Album

The South Korean girl group NewJeans, known for their viral hit “Get Up,” continues to make waves in the music industry as their mini-album “Get Up” achieves an impressive feat on the Billboard 200 chart. According to Billboard on October 31st, “Get Up” secured the 98th spot on the Billboard 200 chart for the week ending November 4th. Despite dropping 14 positions from the previous week when it ranked 84th, this marks the 14th consecutive week the album has maintained a presence on the chart.

Notably, “Get Up” by NewJeans now holds the record for the second-longest charting album by a K-pop girl group on the Billboard 200 chart. It made its debut on the chart and reached the number one position. The only K-pop girl group album to stay longer on the Billboard 200 is BLACKPINK’s first full-length album, “THE ALBUM,” which spent a total of 26 weeks on the chart. “Get Up” has surpassed the 13-week record of BLACKPINK’s second full-length album, “Born Pink,” and is now in second place.

Among the 4th generation K-pop groups, NewJeans shares the second-longest charting record on the Billboard 200 with TXT’s mini-album “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child.” It’s noteworthy that TXT’s “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child” and TOMORROW X TOGETHER’s mini-album “The Chaos Chapter: TEMPTATION” both achieved 19 consecutive weeks on the chart, the longest among 4th generation groups. This achievement highlights NewJeans’ growing global popularity and their significant presence in the music industry.



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