BLACKPINK’s ‘BORN PINK’ Is The Longest-Charting Female K-Pop Album On Billboard 200

BLACKPINK’s ‘BORN PINK’ Is The Longest-Charting Female K-Pop Album On Billboard 200. BLACKPINK’s “BORN PINK” is still performing well on the Billboard charts even after two months. When BLACKPINK’s most recent studio album, “BORN PINK,” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 back in September, they made history as the first female K-pop artist to achieve that feat.

On November 15 (Saturday) in the United States, Billboard announced that “BORN PINK” debuted at position No. 118 on its Top 200 Albums chart for the week ending November 19. This is the album’s eighth week in a row on the chart.

Both “BORN PINK” and TWICE’s “BETWEEN 1&2” has spent a total of eight weeks on the Billboard 200 chart so far this year, making them the longest-charting 2022 albums by female K-pop artists. In addition, BLACKPINK is only the second female K-pop artist ever to have two albums simultaneously chart for eight weeks on the Billboard 200. (after TWICE).

The band’s debut album, 2020’s “THE ALBUM,” spent eight weeks on the charts and an amazing 26 weeks on the Billboard 200. The Top Current Album Sales list placed “BORN PINK” at No. 34 for the seventh week, and the Top Album Sales chart placed it at No. 46.

In addition to its new high position on the World Digital Song Sales chart at No. 10, “Pink Venom” by BLACKPINK also rose to No. 44 on the Global Excl. U.S. chart and No. 81 on the Global 200 this week. Meanwhile, BLACKPINK’s “Shut Down” maintained a high position on both the Global Excl. U.S. chart (at No. 35) and the Global 200 (at No. 66).

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