TWICE made Billboard history for becoming the first Korean act to chart three albums in six weeks on one of the most important music charts, the Billboard 200.
In March, TWICE’s E.P. “READY TO BE” debuted at #2 on Billboard 200, achieving the biggest U.S. sales week of any female KPop act to date. By April 29, “READY TO BE” remains at No. 107, marking its sixth consecutive week on Billboard 200.
With this feat, TWICE became the only female KPop act in history to chart three albums for six weeks each on the Billboard 200 with “READY TO BE,” Formula of Love: O+T=<3, “BETWEEN 1&2.”
TWICE’s “READY TO BE” remains strong, sitting at the #3 spot for its sixth week on Billboard’s World Albums Chart.
TWICE now ranks 55th in Billboard’s Artist 100 for their 27th week, overcoming NCT in becoming the KPop group with the sixth most cumulative weeks on the chart, with other KPop acts BTS, NCT 127, EXO, TXT, and BLACKPINK.
TWICE’s Ready to Be comprises seven tracks, their first English track, “Moonlight Sunrise,” and their lead track, “Set Me Free.”