The K-pop girl group's new album scores them their best U.S. sales week to date as well.
TWICE can certainly take the title of their new single and album to heart as the K-pop girl groups earns a slew of chart accolades with their latest release.
First up, the nine-member act scores their second No. 1 on Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart as "Feel Special" after 2,000 copies sold in the week ending Sept. 26, according to Nielsen Music. Before this week, TWICE had previously hit the top spot in 2017 with "Likey," which ruled the chart for two weeks. The group is now just the seventh K-pop act to score multiple chart-toppers on World Digtial Song Sales.
"Feel Special" is also stretching TWICE's dominance across North America as the single also enters the Canadian Hot 100 chart at No. 82. This is the group's first time entering Canada's all-genre singles chart, making them just the third K-pop girl group, and ninth K-pop act overall, to do so.