BLACKPINK’s “Pink Venom” continues to make historical past on U.S. radio!
Final month, “Pink Venom” turned the primary Korean-language tune by a lady group ever to enter Billboard’s Pop Airplay chart, which measures weekly performs on mainstream High 40 radio stations throughout america.
For the week ending on October 29, the hit pre-release single spent its eighth consecutive week on the chart at No. 34, tying the eight-week run achieved by BLACKPINK’s Selena Gomez collab “Ice Cream” again in 2020.
“Pink Venom” additionally climbed again as much as No. 5 in its eighth week on Billboard’s World Digital Tune Gross sales chart, whereas BLACKPINK’s newest title observe “Shut Down” rose to No. 11 in its fifth week.
On this week’s World Excl. U.S. chart, “Shut Down” held comparatively regular at No. 12, adopted by “Pink Venom” at No. 19 and fan-favorite B-side “Typa Lady” at No. 178. In the meantime, “Shut Down” and “Pink Venom” ranked No. 18 and No. 27 respectively on the World 200.
Over on the Billboard 200—Billboard’s foremost U.S. albums chart—BLACKPINK’s new studio album “BORN PINK” turned the group’s second album ever to chart for 5 weeks, staying robust at No. 68. (The group’s first album to spend 5 weeks on the Billboard 200 was their 2020 studio album “THE ALBUM,” which charted for a powerful 26 weeks in a row.)
Moreover, “BORN PINK” swept the No. 15 spot on the High Album Gross sales chart and the High Present Album Gross sales chart in its fifth week on each charts.
Lastly, BLACKPINK ranked No. 61 on this week’s Artist 100, marking their thirty first non-consecutive week on the chart.
Congratulations to BLACKPINK on their ongoing success on the Billboard charts!
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