The second full album of TWICE Eyes Wide Open remains stable on the Top 10 of the Spotify Global Chart. The album is part of the group’s fifth-anniversary celebration.
Previously, TWICE agency, JYP Entertainment, shared that Eyes Wide Open rose to the top of iTunes Top Albums charts in at least 32 countries. It includes Brazil, Singapore, and Japan. Now, it continues to enjoy in the Top 10 of the Spotify Global Chart.
The number of countries that TWICE topped in the iTunes charts is the group’s first album. With the matter, it can be easily said that the group already broke its record!
The continuous domination
A report shared on November 4, 2020, TWICE now remains in the Spotify Global Top 10 Album Debuts chart by landing in the sixth position. In the Spotify US Top 10 album charts, TWICE also ranked number 9.
TWICE’s current album release and its title track also had the most streams on Spotify. This was recorded in the first week of the album release. As of writing, I Can’t Stop Me has over 12,344,787 streams.
A resemblance of TWICE’s character
The music video of TWICE is elaborate and gorgeous. It marked the group’s highly-anticipated comeback.
The girls’ music video carried callbacks to most of their previous concepts but reflects a fresh vibe that is characteristic of TWICE.
As ever, the members look gorgeous, and the members’ visuals are as always perfectly balanced with the background.
The members’ vocals and choreography match perfection, which also unveils TWICE’s development and growth as time goes by.
More about the album
The album bottles up Hell In Heaven, Up to No More, Bring It Back, Do What We Like, Believer, Queen, Go Hard, Shot Clock, Handle It, Depend On You, Say Something, and Behind The Mask.
The album is already racking up the numbers as it was released on all music streaming platforms.
The group comprises nine members, namely Nayeon, Sana, Jeongyeon, Momo, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu. And the group came together in 2015 under the television program Sixteen, it debuted on October 20, 2015.
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