BLACKPINK has achieved their best album peak to yet.
The girl group's second studio album, "Born Pink," debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, according to the most recent Billboard charts, which were published on September 25.
The most well-liked albums in the US are listed on the weekly ranking.
BLACKPINK is now the first female K-pop act in history to have an album debut at No. 1 on the charts.
Additionally, they are the first all-female group to do so since 2008.
According to the charting week that ended on September 22, BLACKPINK sold 102,000 equivalent album units.
After debuting at No. 2 in 2020 with their first studio album, "THE ALBUM," BLACKPINK have reached their best position with "Born Pink." Their fourth album to chart on the Billboard 200 is this one.
The boy band NCT 127 was also revealed to have earned its own slot on the Billboard 200 chart on the same day.
During the tracking week that ended on September 22, they sold 58,500 equivalent album units. "2 Baddies," their fourth studio album, debuted at No. 3 on the chart.
With this, they make their fifth appearance on the chart. Surprisingly, they join BTS as the only other K-pop artists to ever chart three albums in the top five of the Billboard 200.