ENHYPEN Becomes the Second Fourth-Generation K-pop Group to Spend More Than a Week on Billboard 200


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With their new album "BORDER: CARNIVAL," ENHYPEN has become the second fourth-generation K-pop group to stay on the Billboard 200 chart for more than a week
With their new album "BORDER: CARNIVAL," ENHYPEN has become the second fourth-generation K-pop group to stay on the Billboard 200 chart for more than a week

With their new album “BORDER: CARNIVAL,” ENHYPEN has become the second fourth-generation K-pop group to stay on the Billboard 200 chart for more than a week, proving its constant popularity in the United States.

Billboard 200 is one of the major music charts around the world and ranks 200 extended plays and albums based on their total sales (digital and retail) in the US for a particular week.

ENHYPEN Is Now the Second Fourth-Generation Group to Chart on Billboard 200 More Than Once

On June 1, all of the Billboard charts for the week ending on June 5 have been released. On the Billboard 200 chart, ENHYPEN is one of the K-pop groups that were able to secure a spot.

With their comeback album “BORDER: CARNIVAL,” ENHYPEN claimed the No. 190 position, becoming the last entry of K-pop groups on the US chart.

Check Out The Original Article on KpopStarZ.com

Check Out Enhypen’s members profile @ Kpoppie.com


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