NAYEON hits new Billboard chart record – Billboard

NAYEON’s debut at #7 on the Billboard 200 with her solo endeavor not only made her the first K-pop star to break into the Top 10 of the US main album chart. , but also brought the TWICE member a series of record-setting achievements.

In the first week of launch, IM NAYEON: First Mini Album earned 57,000 album-equivalent units, marking the biggest week in 2022 for any album by a woman or female-led group, as previously reported.


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Out of that total, album sales hit 52,000 units, becoming the best-selling album of the week and topping the Top Album Sales chart, making her the only K-pop solo artist to start topping the chart. rank so far.

“Bob!” The star also earned another #1 on World Albums, becoming the first female artist to debut at the wrap-up conference in 2022.

NAYEON shared an exclusive statement with Billboards reacting to her chart success, looking back at how it happened, and giving special thanks to TWICE’s fandom, ONCE.

“This is my first time preparing for a solo project that I feel quite burdened with,” NAYEON said. “However, I did my best to prepare the album and enjoyed it. The perfect result makes me very happy. First and foremost, ONCE has given me a lot of encouragement and support during this preparation and schedule, and this definitely made everything possible. Thank you very much!”

This week, IM NAYEON 31 on the Billboard 200 to mark the first time a K-pop solo artist has spent two weeks in the Top 40 of the chart. This is the latest good news for NAYEON and TWICE after the group announced the new mini album, Between 1 and 2, decreased at the end of August.

In addition, on July 11, the nine members of the girl group revealed that they had renewed their contracts with their current agency JYP Entertainment before the expiration of 7 years.

“JYP is proud to announce that all members of TWICE have renewed their contracts before their exclusive contracts expire next fall,” the Seoul-based company said in a statement shared with the agency. Billboards.

“The strong mutual trust between TWICE, who played an important role in building the reputation of JYP, and JYP, who have steadfastly supported TWICE to become the top girl group in K-pop, confidently asserted. Determine the flourishing future ahead with this renewal of the contract of all members. JYP will strongly and endlessly support TWICE to further develop as the Global Top Girl Group. We ask for your strong support and broad concern.” NAYEON hits new Billboard chart record – Billboard

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