The K-pop girl group kick off the new decade as the first track to top World Digital Song Sales and join an elite group of artists.
Red Velvet are kicking off the decade at the top.
The K-pop girl group see their new single "Psycho" debut at No. 1 on Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart after selling 2,000 downloads in the week ending Dec. 26 in the U.S., according to Nielsen Music. While it's a strong start, the act's biggest week for a song was last year when "Bad Boy" debuted with 4,000 downloads sold, which landed them at No. 2 on the World Digital Song Sales chart dated Feb. 10, 2018.
The R&B-pop track follows 2018 single "RBB (Really Bad Boy)" as Red Velvet's only other chart-topper on World Digital Song Sales putting them in an elite group of K-pop artists with more than one single to hit No. 1. Altogether, Red Velvet is just the ninth K-pop act to grace the top of World Digital Song Sales more than once (joining a group that includes the likes of PSY, BIGBANG, EXO, BTS and J-Hope) and fourth K-pop girl group to do so (after 2NE1, BLACKPINK and TWICE).