The boy band's 'Exodus' album is also the year's biggest Korean LP in the U.S.
EXO once again is the top K-pop act on Billboard's year-end World Albums Artists chart. The boy band lands at No. 7 on the tally, which recaps the top-performing acts on the weekly World Albums chart during Billboard's 2015 chart year (which ran from Dec. 6, 2014-dated list to Nov. 28, 2015).
A majority of the success comes from the band's sophomore LP, Exodus: The 2nd Album, released in April. The record hit No. 95 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 on World Albums upon its arrival and marked the largest sales week ever for a K-pop act's album in America. EXO re-released Exodus as Love Me Right: The 2nd Album Repackage, which came with new songs and a new single. That LP hit No. 2 on World Albums on the chart June 20.