NCT 127 has simply scored their fifth prime 15 entry on the Billboard 200!
On March 14 native time, Billboard introduced that NCT 127’s repackaged album “Ay-Yo” had debuted at No. 13 on its Prime 200 Albums chart (its weekly rating of the most well-liked albums in the USA).
Though “Ay-Yo” was initially launched in Korea and on digital platforms again in January, the album—a repackaged model of NCT 127’s 2022 studio album “2 Baddies“—had a delayed launch in the USA. Attributable to this uncommon schedule, the album was solely bodily launched stateside on March 3—that means that its debut on the U.S. charts comes over a month after its unique launch elsewhere.
With this new chart entry, NCT 127 has turn out to be solely the second Ok-pop artist in historical past to land 5 albums within the prime 15 of the Billboard 200, following BTS.
NCT 127 beforehand entered the highest 15 of the chart with their albums “We Are Superhuman” (which debuted at No. 11), “Neo Zone” (No. 5), “Sticker” (No. 3), and “2 Baddies” (No. 3). “Ay-Yo” is their sixth chart entry general (together with “Regular-Irregular,” which didn’t break the highest 15).
“Ay-Yo” additionally debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s World Albums chart this week, along with sweeping the No. 2 spot on the Top Album Sales chart, the Top Current Album Sales chart, and the Top Independent Albums chart because the second best-selling album of the week in the USA.
Lastly, NCT 127 re-entered Billboard’s Artist 100 at No. 9, extending their very own report because the Ok-pop artist with the second most cumulative weeks on the chart (49 at current).
Congratulations to NCT 127!
Watch NCT 127’s Jaehyun in his drama “Dear.M” with subtitles beneath:
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