TXT Makes History By Winning NME Awards 2022 Hero of the Year

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TXT continues to dominate the international scene with their unmatched charms.

Following the success of BTS, HYBE debuted its five-membered group in March 2019 and introduced Yeonjun, Hueningkai, Taehyun, Soobin, and Beomgyu to the public. They immediately earned positive responses from the public that they got compared to the now-supergroup, BTS.

The boy group first wowed the public with their debut mini-album, The Dream Chapter: STAR, where they talked about the difficulties teenagers have to experience. They went on to release their studio albums Still Dreaming and The Chaos Chapter: Freeze last year.

Due to their continued success, the boy group received a special award at NME Awards 2022 and made history through the recognition.

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TXT Wins Hero of the Year Award

On March 2, the BandLab NME Awards 2022 named TXT the Hero of the Year. While it could be a simple award the group received so far, the recognition actually pushed them to the top as they became the first Korean artist to score it in history.

Previously, international musicians and A-listers won the award for making “the world a much more excellent place over the last 12 months.” TXT follows Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Barack Obama, Ozzy Osbourne, Ariana Grande, Liam Gallagher, Ariana Grande, and Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner on the list of recipients.

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TXT got the chance to bring home the award after receiving over 40 percent of the total votes for the Hero of the Year Award.

NME Awards 2022 aimed to honor achievements in music, film, and culture. Thus, having TXT as its Hero of the Year brought more glory to South Korea and the K-pop industry.

TXT Also Enters Billboard’s World Albums Chart

For the week of March 5, Billboard hailed TXT’s The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE on its World Albums chart’s 12th place.

The group has been on the chart for the 39th consecutive week, and the recognition extended the group’s personal record of the longest-charting album released in 2021.

Ahead TXT on the list are BTS, NCT, NCT 127, ENHYPEN, and TWICE.

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