NCT 127 has this year's longest-running K-pop album on Billboard chart
Boy band NCT 127's third full-length album "Sticker" (2021) ranked on the Billboard 200 album chart for the 14th consecutive week, becoming this year's longest-running K-pop album on the chart.
On this week's Billboard 200 chart announced Wednesday, "Sticker" landed in the 85th spot.
The album was released on Sept. 17 and first entered the Billboard 200 at No. 3, the highest first-week rank by a K-pop album this year.
"Sticker" has sold a total of 3.62 million copies so far.
Also on Thursday, a remixed version of the album's title track "Sticker" will drop at 6 p.m. on various music streaming sites.
NCT 127 debuted in 2016 as a subunit of SM Entertainment's 23-member boy band NCT, and is best known for its songs "Firetruck" (2016), "Cherry Bomb" (2017), "Simon Says" (2018), "Kick It" (2020) and "Favorite" (2021).
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