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Stray Kids, aespa, SEVENTEEN, and More Dominate Billboard’s World Albums Chart – Nov 26, 2023 : Report

Stray Kids, aespa, and SEVENTEEN assert their dominance on Billboard’s World Albums Chart as of Nov 26, 2023. Stray Kids’ “ROCK-STAR” clinched the top spot, achieving a historic No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Aespa’s “Drama” debuted at No. 2, securing a place in the top 40 of the Billboard 200. SEVENTEEN’s “SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN” remained strong at No. 3. This week’s chart reflects the global impact of K-pop’s finest talents.

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In a groundbreaking week for K-pop, Stray Kids seized the top spot on Billboard’s World Albums chart with their latest mini album, “ROCK-STAR,” marking an unprecedented debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Maintaining their stronghold, Stray Kids’ previous release, “★★★★★ (5-STAR),” secured the 9th position, showcasing remarkable longevity at No. 9 for the 24th consecutive week on the World Albums chart.

aespa’s newest addition, “Drama,” claimed the second spot on the World Albums chart, simultaneously earning a noteworthy position on the Billboard 200. This achievement solidified aespa as the fastest K-pop girl group to land four albums in the top 40.

SEVENTEEN’s “SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN” maintained its impressive standing at No. 3 on the World Albums chart for the fourth consecutive week, while also enjoying a steady presence on the Billboard 200 at No. 94 for three weeks running.

TXT continued their World Albums success as “The Name Chapter: FREEFALL” held strong at No. 4 in its fifth week, also securing a place on the Billboard 200 for the fifth consecutive week at No. 127.
NewJeans’ “Get Up” claimed the 5th position in its 17th week on the World Albums chart and concurrently charted at No. 152 on the Billboard 200.

NCT 127’s “Fact Check” experienced a resurgence, climbing to No. 6 in its sixth week on the chart, while BTS’s monumental 2022 anthology album, “Proof,” secured the 10th spot in its remarkable 75th week.

Red Velvet made a striking debut at No. 11 with their latest album, “Chill Kill,” and FIFTY FIFTY’s “The Beginning” held its ground at No. 12 in its eighth consecutive week on the chart.

LE SSERAFIM’s “UNFORGIVEN” claimed the 13th spot in its 28th non-consecutive week on the chart, closely followed by BTS’s Jimin, whose solo debut album, “FACE,” secured the 14th position in its enduring 34th week.

This week’s Billboard World Albums chart paints a vivid picture of the global impact and sustained success of K-pop, with various groups and artists making significant strides on both the World Albums and Billboard 200 charts