K-pop all-boy band of Big Hit Entertainment TOMORROW X TOGETHER is indeed keeping its spot on Japan's Oricon Daily Charts with its newest album.

For four consecutive days, TXT's Still Dreaming has been sitting atop the chart, proving the excellence and massive influence to its Japanese populace.

TOMORROW X TOGETHER's new album earns an intense number of sales

The South Korean 4-member group still is on the top of the Oricon Daily Chart, one of Japan's most giant music charts.

The band's impressive finish is credited to its latest album entry entitled Still Dreaming, which was dropped on January 20 (Wednesday). And upon its release, it instantly made its way on top of the Japanese chart and continued its stay until today, January 24 (Sunday).

On January 23 (Saturday), TXT's newest Japanese album already had 6,326 copies sold, adding a whopping figure to its overall sales.

It then again ranked first on the said prestigious chart, with a sales volume of 61,074 copies during its first day. Also, the second-day sales are 8,816, and the third day is 3,850.

Is TXT a phenomenal act on the way? Just like BTS!

TXT is under the same management as the world's most phenomena K-pop group BTS, Big Hit Entertainment.

As reported by Meaww, fans were very rapid to conclude that the K-pop male quartet is gearing to make another history for the agency.

"On their way to make history," a fan commented. Another fan said, "Well, 4th gen leader behavior."

TXT will become prominent like BTS, which is now considered one of the world's most influential artists.

At its group's young age, the band already has been storming over music charts, locally and overseas, Oricon as the best example. Its No. 1 finish on Oricon for four days now is a hint that TXT is about to make another history for K-pop.

Stay tuned!