ZEROBASEONE Dominates Major Japanese Charts with ‘You had me at HEL:LO’

The group ZEROBASEONE has demonstrated the power of the “fifth generation icon” by sweeping major music charts in Japan upon their comeback. Their latest mini album, ‘You had me at HELLO’, released on the 13th, quickly ascended to the top of Japan’s Line Music Real-Time Album Top 100 and the iTunes K-pop chart.

Additionally, the album claimed the third spot on Recochoku’s Daily Album Chart and the second place on mora’s Comprehensive Album (Real-Time) Chart, showcasing ZEROBASEONE’s significant influence in Japan. It also achieved the third position on mora’s Overseas Daily Album Chart, the second spot on Apple Music’s K-pop Album Chart, and fourth on Apple Music’s Comprehensive Album Chart.

Globally, ‘You had me at HELLO’ has also performed exceptionally, reaching the top of iTunes ‘Top Albums’ charts in 23 regions worldwide. Remarkably, the album sold over one million copies on the day of its release, making ZEROBASEONE the first K-pop group to achieve ‘million seller’ status with their debut and three consecutive albums.

The album ‘You had one at HELLO’ captures the euphoric essence of youth overwhelmed by the joy of love. Through this release, ZEROBASEONE completes their trilogy about the youthful experience of love at first sight after a fateful encounter. The title track ‘Feel the POP’ reflects the hesitations, worries, and dilemmas faced by youth, promising listeners an escape into the best moments when they are with ZEROBASEONE.

ZEROBASEONE is set to engage fully in comeback activities with their new track ‘Feel the POP’, promising fans an exciting new chapter.



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