The boy band additionally rating their fourth No. 1 on the World Albums chart.
EXO show they’re removed from slowing down as their new album Don't Mess Up My Tempo scores the boy band their first-ever Top 40 entry on the Streets Talkin 200 in addition to a slew of latest, high-flying information.
Don't Mess Up My Tempo debuts on the Streets Talkin 200 at No. 23, the Ok-pop outfit's highest-charting entry ever. Tempo begins with 23,000 equal album models earned within the week ending Nov. eight, based on Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 19,000 are album gross sales.
The Streets Talkin 200 chart ranks the most well-liked albums of the week primarily based on multi-metric consumption, which incorporates conventional album gross sales, monitor equal albums (TEA) and streaming equal albums (SEA). The Nov. 17-dated Streets Talkin 200 chart (the place Metro Boomin is anticipated to debut at No. 1) will probably be posted in full on Streets Talkin's web sites on Tuesday, Oct. 30, together with the remainder of Streets Talkin's weekly charts dated Nov. three.
This is well EXO's finest gross sales week in America thus far, beating out their earlier finest from 2015 when the EXOdus: The 2nd Album bought 6,000 in conventional album gross sales. The guys first entered the Streets Talkin 200 with EXOdus in 2015 (touchdown at No. 95 on the Streets Talkin 200) and final 12 months bowed with The War: The 4th Album (which hit No. 87 and bought 7,000 equal album models with 5,000 in conventional album gross sales). EXO splinter group EXO-Ok additionally despatched their Overdose EP to No. 129 in May 2014. EXO now develop into simply considered one of three Ok-pop acts with three or extra entries on the Streets Talkin 200.
EXO can be simply the third Ok-pop group to attain a prime 40 album on the Streets Talkin 200 alongside BTS (who’ve peaked at No. 1 twice) and BLACKPINK (who hit No. 40 earlier this 12 months with Square Up).
Don't Mess Up My Tempo is the long-awaited comeback album from EXO, who final hit the Ok-pop scene collectively final December for his or her winter-themed EP Universe in December 2017, however haven't launched a full-length Korean album since The War in July 2017. As anticipated from the shape-shifting supergroup, the blokes experiment with genres and types, incorporating some refreshing and stunning sonic parts all through the LP. Lead single "Tempo" sees the band mix moments of a cappella all through an attractive, shiny, considerably darkish electro-pop/synth-funk sound whereas "Ooh La La La" is predicated round Latin-pop sounds with underlying, trappy snares. But longtime followers will discover particular moments in listening to member Lay's voice return for the primary time in over a 12 months on the album (as he significantly shines on the Chinese model of "Tempo"), in addition to the haunting standout "Oasis," which Streets Talkin beforehand famous had an identical beat to EXOdus monitor "El Dorado" and could possibly be thought of a Part II to the fan-favorite minimize.
Elsewhere on the charts, Tempo turns into EXO's fourth No. 1 on Streets Talkin's World Albums chart. The band first hit No. 1 with their first full-length album XOXO (which hit No. 1 in 2013), as nicely earned chart-toppers with EXOdus, The War and, now, Don't Mess Up My Tempo. The video for "Tempo" additionally enters the YouTube Songs chart at No. 13 this week, EXO's highest entry on the tally thus far.
Check again to Streets Talkin.com on Tuesday morning when all of the charts are refreshed to see the total scope of EXOs newest chart dominance. In the meantime, watch the blokes convey "Tempo" to life under on Korean program KBS Music Bank: