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“BABYMONS7ER”: BABYMONSTER has achieved an impressive first-week sales record with their debut album

YG’s rookie girl group, BABYMONSTER, has achieved an impressive first-week sales record with their debut album, “BABYMONS7ER”.

According to Hanteo Chart on the 8th, BABYMONSTER‘s first mini-album “베이비몬스터(BABYMONS7ER)” sold a total of 401,287 copies from April 1st to April 7th. This marks the highest first-week sales figure for a K-pop girl group’s debut album.

BABYMONSTER showed extraordinary popularity with over 460,000 pre-orders. This reflects not only the formation of a strong core fandom through diverse original content but also exceptional anticipation for these artists inheriting YG’s DNA in the music world.

Considering that BABYMONSTER has just begun their official activities, the final sales numbers are expected to increase further. Additionally, some overseas export volumes have yet to be accounted for, according to YG.

BABYMONSTER is making a name for themselves not only in album sales but also on various global charts. Their mini-album ranked high on the iTunes Worldwide Album Chart, and the title track “쉬시(SHEESH)” achieved the highest entry record for a K-pop girl group this year on Spotify’s Daily Top Songs Global Chart at 69th place.

As the next-generation ‘YouTube Queens,’ the popularity of the “쉬시 (SHEESH)” music video is also immense. Upon release, it quickly became the ‘most-watched video within 24 hours’ and subsequently topped the YouTube Global Weekly Chart. The views are rapidly increasing, surpassing 76.95 million views and heading towards the milestone of 100 million views.

Furthermore, with this album as a milestone, Baby Monster is engaging with domestic fans through various content, broadcast appearances, and fan signing events. They are also expanding their activities into the global market with fan meetings in five Asian regions including Tokyo, Jakarta, Singapore, Taipei, and Bangkok, as well as participating in Japan’s largest music festival “Summer Sonic 2024.”


Author Nat.O
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