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(G)I-DLE Hit New Peak on World Albums, Earn Best U.S. Sales Week With 'I Trust' EP

(G)I-DLE Oh my god
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(G)I-DLE, "Oh my god"

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 RecordsI 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.

Over on the World Digital Song Sales chart, (G)I-DLE sees I Trust's lead single "Oh My God" debut at No. 3. The genre-hopping track that was released in both Korean and English sold 1,000 copies sold in the week ending April 9, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

"Oh My God" marks the sextet's fifth Top 5 hit on World Digital Song Sales and seventh overall entry on the chart. So far, the group boasts one No. 1 with their "Pop/Stars" collaboration alongside Madison Beer and Jaira Burns. To date, (G)I-DLE are just one of seven K-pop girl groups who have hit the chart summit.

Elsewhere on the charts, (G)I-DLE also hits a new peak on the Social 50 chart, jumping up to No. 17 this week, up from their previous career high of No. 24 obtained just last week. The group has spent 10 nonconsecutive weeks on the Social 50 so far.

Check out the music video to "Oh My God," which boasts more than 66 million views to date, below: