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Billboard World Album Chart - BTS' 'Proof' holds firm at No. 7 for 94th week; LE SSERAFIM, TWICE, ILLIT, impress in rankings

Meanwhile, NewJeans' 'Get Up', Stray Kids' 'ROCK-STAR' and ENHYPEN's 'ORANGE BLOOD' are also on the list.

Last Updated: 10.12 PM, Apr 07, 2024


Billboard's World Albums chart for the week ending on April 6 showcased vibrant shifts and unwavering favourites from the world of K-pop. While new albums from various groups aimed for the top spot, global phenomenon like BTS with their album 'Proof' remained a formidable presence on the chart.

Securing the second spot and maintaining its stronghold is LE SSERAFIM's latest mini album 'EASY'. Its reign at No. 2 has persisted for the sixth consecutive week on the World Albums chart, also holding steady for a sixth week on the Billboard 200 at No. 157.


Following a three-week stint at No. 1, girl group TWICE's latest mini album 'With YOU-th' slid to No. 3 in its fifth week on the World Albums chart. Nevertheless, the EP maintains its presence at No. 162 for the sixth consecutive week on the Billboard 200.

Meanwhile, NewJeans' 'Get Up' maintains its position at No. 4 for the 36th week on the World Albums chart, closely followed by Stray Kids' 'ROCK-STAR' at No. 5 in its 20th week and ENHYPEN's 'ORANGE BLOOD' at No. 6 in its 19th week.

Following them are the giants BTS, whose 2022 anthology album 'Proof' remains steadfast at No. 7 in its remarkable 94th week on the chart. Despite being on hiatus due to their mandatory military service, this anthology album continues to showcase BTS's unparalleled success and enduring legacy in the music industry.

Girl group (G)I-DLE's new album '2' secured the 9th spot in its sixth week, while HYBE Label's new girl group ILLIT made an impressive debut with their debut mini album 'SUPER REAL ME' at No. 10.

BTS vocalist Jimin trailed closely at the No. 11 spot with his solo album 'FACE' in its 47th week on the chart.

Furthermore, TXT's 'The Name Chapter: FREEFALL' secured the No. 13 position in its 23rd week on the chart, while Stray Kids' '★★★★★ (5-STAR)' concluded the top 15 in its 42nd week.

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