The K-pop boy band also land their 13th single to go Top 5 on World Digital Song Sales.
GOT7 return to the charts with another landmark under their belts.
The K-pop boy band's new album Call My Name debuts at No. 5 on Billboard's World Albums chart dated Nov. 16, 2019. The EP sold 1,000 copies in the week ending Nov. 7, according to Nielsen Music The entry becomes the group's 10th album to land inside the Top 5 after making their first appearance in 2014. To date, GOT7 has earned four No. 1 entries on World Albums, 12 Top 10s, and 16 overall entries.
Among all K-pop acts' Top 5 entries on World Albums, GOT7 is only surpassed by BTS who currently have 12 entries that have hit No. 5 or higher. For the chart fans keeping track, GOT7 and SHINee both have earned 10 entries in the Top 5 so far, the second-most among K-pop acts, and they're followed by EXO and Red Velvet in third (both with nine Top 5 albums), Seventeen (eight Top 5s), and TWICE (seven).