NCT 127’s recent album is sticking to the Billboard 200 Chart – making NCT 127 the third K-Pop artist in history to chart an album for 11 consecutive weeks on the Billboard 200 Chart.
As per the week ending on December 11, Sticker charted at No.103, confirming the 11th consecutive week on the main album chart in the United States. The group’s third album was released in September and it’s now the first and only K-Pop album released in 2021 to spend more than 10 consecutive weeks on the Billboard 200 Chart – setting a new 2021 record for NCT 127.
Sticker debuted at No.3 on the chart back in September and, in recent weeks, charted on Billboard’s World Album Chart, Independent Album Chart, Top Current Album Sales Chart, and Top Album Sales Chart.
NCT 127’s third album has shown an exceptional success globally: selling 2.2 million copies during the pre-order period and 2.4 million copies during its first week of release; the release was also included in The New York Times’ list of the “Best Album of 2021” – the top 40 list pieced together by critic Jon Caramanica sees Sticker sitting with the likes of Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour, Aespa’s Savage, Tyler the Creator’s Call Me if You Get Lost and Halsey,’s If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power.
Meanwhile, NCT 127 have shared a preview of their new single “Earthquake”; the song is featured on NCT’s upcoming album Universe and will be released on December 14 (6 pm KST).