South Korean boy group TXT, also famously known as TOMORROW X TOGETHER, shows how unstoppable they are, especially now with its new album!

Billboard 200 welcomes TXT's new album

One of Big Hit Music's finest, TXT, continues to soar with its newest album entitled The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE as it goes into the prestigious Billboard 200 ranking. That said, TXT now has achieved its highest ranking on the said Billboard charts, proving to the world its massive influence.

Soompi reported that it was on June 13 (Sunday) local time that Billboard announced TXT's debut at No. 5 with The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE. The impressive finish of the K-pop all-boy band on Billboard's ever-famous Top 200 Albums charts concluded that it is one of the most popular albums in the United States.

The Billboard 200 is the weekly ranking of the most famous albums in the country, of which TXT was able to get in, soaring above its popularity with the country's brightest artists.

For the time being, TXT is the only and third K-pop band in history to rank multiple albums on the coveted Billboard 200 chart in the same year, following TWICE and BTS.

TXT's Billboard timeline

The newest achievement of the K-pop all-boy quartet marks its first time in landing a finish on the top 10 on the Billboard 200.

Also, the matter is the band's fourth time on the chart overall, following its impressive finish on the same with its 2019-released mini-album entitled The Dream Chapter: STAR, its 2020 mini-album minisode1: Blue Hour, and its Japanese album release this year entitled Still Dreaming.

The notable score of TXT on the Billboard 200

Based on the figures released by MRC Data, TXT's The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE gained a total of 43,000 equivalent album units during the week that ends on June 10 (Thursday).

Furthermore, the album's total score is now at 39,000 traditional album sales, while it collects 4,000 equivalent streaming album (SEA) units.