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CLC Land Two Belated Top 10 Hits on World Digital Song Sales Chart

Fans of the K-pop girl group CLC sent their singles "Me" and "Devil" to the charts despite their belated digital release.

Despite a delayed release to digital platforms, CLC‘s two latest singles have still made their way to the charts.

The K-pop girl group’s singles “Me” and “Devil” both land on Billboard‘s World Digital Song Sales chart, landing at Nos. 5 and 7 respectively this week. Both “Me,” which was released in May 2019, as well as “Devil,” then released in September, sell about 1,000 copies in the U.S. this week.


While it wasn’t clear why, both “Me” and “Devil” were available for streaming in the U.S. but not on U.S. digital platforms until the past week. Fans quickly showed their support for the songs with “Me,” which became the second-best-selling K-pop song this past week in America (only behind BTS‘ “Black Swan”).

After the release of these songs, the septet now boast five Top 10 singles on World Digital Song Sales. They first hit the chart in 2017 with “Hobgoblin,” which hit No. 4 and represents their peak position. Both “Hobgoblin” and their 2019 single “No” both hit No. 4. CLC’s best-selling song in the U.S. is “Hobgoblin” with 9,000 sold to date.

Take it back to CLC’s past singles with the music videos of “Me” and “Devil” below: