TWICE Sets New Record on Oricon By Having Most No. 1 Albums On Weekly Chart

Credit: TWICE JAPAN OFFICIAL/YouTube Screenshot

Credit: TWICE JAPAN OFFICIAL/YouTube Screenshot

TWICE scored another feat amid their immense popularity in Japan.

TWICE gave their fans another gift after celebrating the 5th anniversary of their Japanese debut this year. On March 16, their fourth Japanese best-of compilation album, #TWICE4, immediately ranked first on the Oricon daily album chart.

The recent album contains several of the JYP Entertainment girl group’s hit songs, including Cry For Me, Alcohol-Free, I Can’t Stop Me, and Scientist.

Only less than two weeks since the album arrived, #TWICE4 immediately helped them set another record.

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TWICE’s #TWICE4 Breaks Oricon Record

Oricon officially reported that TWICE’s fourth Japanese compilation album helped them become the first foreign female artist in history to rank first on Oricon’s weekly album.

The girl group successfully set a new historic feat through their eight different albums, breaking BoA’s record of having seven No. 1 albums.

Aside from beating BoA’s record, they are now about to break TVXQ’s record for the foreign artist with the second-highest number of albums to hit No. 1 on its weekly album chart. With eight albums on their record, they might soon surpass the chart’s No. 1 – BTS – who currently holds nine different albums that ranked first on the chart.

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TWICE’s new record was not that surprising, as #TWICE4 immediately sold 66,000 copies during the first week of its release.

#TWICE4 follows the record that #TWICE3 in September 2020.

TWICE’s Tzuyu Receives Unfair Treatment, Says Fans

Although #TWICE4 caused the group to attain another milestone, the album also earned criticisms after the fandom noticed Tzuyu’s absence on More & More – Japanese Version music video making movie.

She was included in a group shot alongside the other members, but she was the only one whose solo introduction did not make it to the DVD.

Because of this, #TzuyuDeservesBetter started to trend worldwide to let JYP Entertainment know about the recent mistreatment.

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