TWICE's 'Likey' Spends Second Week Atop World Digital Songs Chart
The ninesome also make their debut on the Social 50 chart as the highest-ranking girl group.
The electro-pop jam spends another week on World Digital Song Sales, selling an additional 2,000 copies in the week ending Nov. 9, according to Nielsen Music. "Likey" debuted on the chart with 3,000 copies sold last week. The song is once again the best-selling K-pop song in America this week.
If TWICE can spend a third week at No. 1 with "Likey," they'll earn the longest-running chart-topper on World Digital Song Sales among K-pop girl groups. They currently share that record with Blackpink who also spent two weeks at the chart's summit with "As If It's Your Last" earlier this year.
Elsewhere on the charts, TWICE make their debut on Billboard's Social 50 chart at No. 43. Likely thanks to their exciting release week, the ladies were up 68 percent in social metrics measured for the chart, according to Next Big Sound. That included a 23 percent gain in Facebook followers and a 255 percent gain in YouTube reactions from their beloved fans known as Once. TWICE are also the highest-charting girl group on the chart this week, beating out Little Mix who can be found at No. 47 on the tally.
TWICE also makes their fourth appearance on the YouTube chart as "Likey" debuts at No. 8, just one rung below their best showing to date when "TT" hit No. 7 in late 2016.
Lastly, the group's new album Twicetagram spends a second week in the Top 10 of World Albums, moving to No. 9 this week after it ruled the chart last week. Check out TWICE's choreography-focused video to "Likey" below: