NewJeans is the third K-Pop group to have spent several weeks on Billboard 200!

NewJeans received another impressive milestone! 

Just this week, NewJeans broke their record and have already spent almost half a year on Billboard 200. Their mini album “Get Up” has already spent 26 weeks on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart. 


They are the first group from the fourth generation and they are the third K-pop act in history to chart an album for 26 weeks on the Billboard 200. The other groups that also have this achievement are BTS and BLACKPINK.   

Last year, NewJeans' "Get Up" mini album quickly reached No. 1 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart, marking them as the fastest female K-pop artist to achieve this feat. Currently, "Get Up" ties with BLACKPINK's 2020 album "THE ALBUM" for the longest-charting K-pop girl group album in Billboard 200 history, both spending 26 weeks on the chart.

Moreover, "Get Up" maintained a strong presence, securing the No. 3 spot on Billboard's World Albums chart, No. 18 on the Top Album Sales chart, and No. 24 on the Top Current Album Sales chart this week. Additionally, it re-entered the Tastemaker Albums chart at No. 15.

NewJeans songs that charted on Billboard were “Super Shy,” “OMG,” “Ditto,” and “ETA.”


Meanwhile, NewJeans are currently busy with group and individual activities. Some members are attending fashion weeks and some are participating in different magazine covers left and right. 

NewJeans made their debut in 2022 and easily became one of the biggest K-pop girl groups of their generation. 

The last album that was released by NewJeans was “Get Up” which was released in July 2023. The album contained three singles such as “Super Shy,” “Cool With You,” and “ETA.” Aside from the impressive Billboard records, the album also achieved 1.65 million copies sold. 

Congratulations to NewJeans!

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