"Follow" becomes the K-pop crossover band's fifth Top 5 single on World Digital Songs.
Even as Monsta X navigated some bumps during their new album release, the K-pop crossover band still see their latest bow on multiple charts this week.
The boy band's new EP titled Follow-Find You debuts at No. 10 on Billboard's World Albums chart, selling 1,000 copies in the week ending Oct. 31, according to Nielsen Music. This is Monsta X's ninth entry to hit the Top 10 on the chart, though it does tie 2017's Shine Forever as their lowest position on the tally to date; all seven of their other entries have bowed at No. 7 or higher. Monsta X has peaked at No. 1 on the chart once so far when The Clan, Pt. 2.5 [Beautiful] topped the tally in April of 2017.
Monsta X also net their seventh entry on Heatseekers Albums as Follow-Find You bows at No. 15 on the chart. To date, the group has earned seven entries on the chart that sees far fewer K-pop albums able to enter, including four Top 10s. MX peaked with Take.1: Are You There? from last year when it hit No. 6.