The ninesome became only the second K-pop act -- and the first female one -- to lead both World charts.
Fans have proven how much they truly "likey" the latest comeback from TWICE as K-pop's latest girl group sensation tops multiple Billboard charts this week with both their new album and single.
To kick things off, TWICE earn their first No. 1 on the World Albums chart. The ninesome's recently released Twicetagram album had 1,000 copies sold in the week ending Nov. 2, according to Nielsen Music and marking the best-selling K-pop album in America this week. Twicetagram also marks the group's best first-week sales in America as the girl group's first full-length album likely contributing even more excitement. To date, TWICE have landed all five of their past EPs on World Albums starting with The Story Begins (which hit No. 15 in January 2016 when it was made available in America, despite being released in Korea in 2015), Page Two (which hit No. 6 in May 2016), Twicecoaster: Lane 1 (No. 3 in November 2016), Twicecoaster: Lane 2 (No. 4 in February 2017), and most recently Signal (No. 3 last June).
TWICE also continue their rise on the Heatseekers Albums chart as Twicetagram debuts at No. 10 on the ranking, one position higher than Signal's No. 11 peak, and their latest accomplishment on a ranking that sees far fewer K-pop acts. The LP is only the 11th K-pop album to make it in the Top 10 of the Heatseekers chart this year.