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EVERGLOW Debut on World Albums Chart With ‘Reminiscence’ EP

EVERGLOW continues to prove they truly are a K-pop act to watch by entering their first entry on Billboard's World Albums chart with their new 'Reminiscence' EP which debuts at No. 14 on the tally.

EVERGLOW continues to prove they truly are a K-pop act to watch by entering new chart territory with their latest release.

The K-pop girl group land their first entry on Billboard‘s World Albums chart with their Reminiscence EP which debuts at No. 14 on the tally. The set earned 1,000 units earned in the week ending Feb. 6, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

While Reminiscence marks EVERGLOW’s third time hitting the K-pop scene, the four-song EP is the first time the group has been eligible for the World Albums chart after first debuting with their three-song Arrival of Everglow single (that included debut single “Bon Bon Chocolat”) and then the three-song Hush single, both of which were not eligible for World Albums for having less than four tracks.


The sextet now joins a small but growing group of female K-pop acts able to send their debut entries to both of Billboard‘s main world-genre charts as “Bon Bon Chocolat” hit No. 5 on World Digital Song Sales when it was released last year. EVERGLOW now join Red Velvet, Twice, BLACKPINK, LOONA, Pristin, (G)I-DLE, IZ*ONE and ITZY as the only girl groups able to do this on their first tries.

Speaking of the World Digital Song Sales chart, EVERGLOW scores another Top 10 hit as new single “Dun Dun” starts at No. 3, selling 1,000 copies in the week ending Feb. 6. In terms of top-selling K-pop songs in America this week, the fierce kiss-off cut is only behind BTS‘ “Black Swan” as the track spends its third week at No. 1 on World Digital Song Sales. EVERGLOW has already sent a remarkable five songs to the Top 10 of the chart so far, hitting as high as No. 2 with “Adios” last year. 


The confident sound EVERGLOW established from debut continues on with their latest as “Dun Dun” is a snarky, sassy kiss-off cut complete with a bass drop and intense dance breakdown like their past singles. The signature style stays intact on other Reminiscence tracks like the EP opener “Salute” and the aggressive trap cut “Player,” but there’s promising moments of growth like with the sensual, island-pop–tinged standout “No Lie.” The girls are paying back the interest they’re getting from U.S. fans during their Everlasting in USA tour that kicks off in Dallas on March 6 and wraps in Los Angeles on March 15.

Check out the music video to “Dun Dun,” which currently has a whopping 65 million views, and one of the first live performances on Korean music-chart program M Countdown, with more than three million views, below: