Oricon reveals their Album Weekly Top 300 chart which included BLACKPINK’s Japanese self-titled debut album & first Korean mini album.
‘Square Up: 1st Mini Album’ ranked at No.139 while ‘BLACKPINK’ is at the 226th place.
BLACKPINK is maintaining their no. 1 spot on music charts for 9 days.
As of June 23, at 9 AM, the title song ‘DDU-DU DDU-DU’ from BLACKPINK’s first mini album ‘SQUARE UP’ topped major real-time music charts in platforms including Mnet, Naver, Olleh, Bugs, Soribada, Genie, and Melon.
BLACKPINK’s music is not only receiving support from Korean fans, but also fans worldwide.
BLACKPINK is proving their status as a top-class girl group, by conquering music charts in Korea, China, and Japan.
The title song ‘DDU-DU DDU-DU’ from BLACKPINK’s first mini album ‘SQUARE UP’ is continuing its ‘all-kill’ march for 6 consecutive days, by maintaining its no. 1 spot in 8 different music charts since the 15th.
BLACKPINK’s Japan debut album became No.1 on the Oricon Weekly Chart.
According to Oricon, BLACKPINK’s self-titled debut mini album in Japan sold 39,000 copies, putting the album at first place on Oricon’s CD Albums Chart.
This is the third time that the debut album of a foreign act topped the Oricon Weekly Chart. Only the Russian duet t.A.T.u. and BLACKPINK’s labelmate 2NE1 hold the same record.
BLACKPINK has taken the No.1 spot on Oricon charts for two days in a row.
As of August 31, BLACKPINK’s Japan debut mini album “BLACKPINK” took the No.1 spot on Oricon’s Daily CD Albums chart once again, proving the group’s huge popularity.
On the day of the album’s release, as much as 21,583 copies were sold, putting the album at the No.1 spot on Oricon charts. Afterwards, 5914 additional copies were sold, making the album become No.1 once again.
Group BLACKPINK swept No.1 on Japan’s major music charts including the charts of Oricon and Tower Record.
As of August 30 at 9PM, BLACKPINK’s debut mini-album took No.1 on Oricon’s daily CD albums ranking on the day of its release in Japan.
According to Oricon that is a record sales ranking chart with the biggest prestige and longest tradition in Japan, 21,538 copies of BLACKPINK’s debut album in Japan have been sold so far.