TWICE has recorded 13 consecutive megahits with its new song “MORE & MORE.”
TWICE once again engraved its status as one of the best K-POP girl groups by topping major music charts such as Melon, Bugs, and Genie as of 9:00 a.m. on June 2 KST with the title track of its 9th mini-album MORE & MORE released the day before.
The popularity of the album is also hot in Japan. Immediately after the release of the new song, it also topped the real-time Top 100 chart on LINE MUSIC, a famous Japanese music site.
In addition to the title track “MORE & MORE,” which topped the music charts, all tracks from the new album, including “Oxygen,” “Firework,” “Make Me Go,” “Shadow,” “Don’t Call Me Again” and “Sweet Summer Day,” successfully landed in the chart.
TWICE’s new album topped iTunes album charts in 30 countries, including Japan, Brazil, Indonesia, and Russia. The figure is the highest record for TWICE, proving its endless growth.
The music video surpassed 14.7 million views on YouTube at 9:00 a.m. on June 2 KST, 15 hours after its official release. This is 9 hours faster than that recorded for TWICE’s previous song, “Feel Special.” Also, it ranked first in the music video category of YouTube Trending Worldwide in 12 major countries, including South Korea, the U.K., Canada, and Brazil.
The success of “MORE & MORE” is more meaningful because it is TWICE’s 13 consecutive hits that began with its debut song “Like OOH-AHH.”