The K-pop girl group also score their fifth Top 5 hit on World Digital Song Sales
Fans can Trust that (G)I-DLE will always make a splash on the charts.
The K-pop girl group's new EP titled I Trust debuts at No. 4 on Billboard's World Albums chart, a new peak for the act after two past entries hit as high as No. 5 on the chart. Their first release alongside Republic Records, I Trust earned 2,000 equivalent album units in the week ending April 9, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. Of that total, 1,000 units came from album sales to mark the best one-week sales for any (G)I-DLE album. I Trust is also the highest new entry on World Albums this week.
(G)I-DLE made their first appearance on World Albums in 2018 when their debut EP I Am landed at No. 5, and was followed by 2019's I Made that also bowed at No. 5. So far, (G)I-DLE's biggest album in America is I Am with 34,000 equivalent album units to date.