The mini-album “Get Up” by the sensational girl group NewJeans has achieved a remarkable feat by consistently maintaining its position in the upper ranks of the U.S. Billboard 200 chart. According to Billboard on the 17th (local time), NewJeans’ “Get Up” secured the 66th position on the Billboard 200 chart for the week ending on the 21st. Although it fell two spots from the previous week when it was at 64th place, the album has maintained a spot within the top 70 for 12 consecutive weeks.
“Get Up” initially debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 chart, making NewJeans only the second K-pop girl group to achieve this feat on the chart. The album is currently rewriting records as the fourth-generation K-pop girl group album with the longest stay on the Billboard 200. Among all generations of K-pop girl groups, Blackpink’s first full-length album, “THE ALBUM,” holds the record with a total of 26 weeks on the chart, while Blackpink’s second full-length album, “THE ALBUM,” spent 13 weeks at second place. “Get Up” has now claimed the third-longest run for a K-pop girl group on the chart.
In addition to its performance on the Billboard 200, “Get Up” has been making an impact on various Billboard sub-charts, such as the Billboard World Albums chart, where it recently gave up its top spot after holding it for 10 weeks but maintained a strong position at second place. It also reached the 16th position on the Top Album Sales chart and the 15th position on the Top Current Album Sales chart. Several tracks from the album have also shown longevity on the Billboard Global 200 chart, with “Super Shine” staying for 14 weeks at 59th place, “ETA” at 121st place for 12 weeks, and “GODS,” the theme song for the 2023 League of Legends World Championship, entering the chart at 75th place.