It's a proud day for Orbits, as their favorite girl group LOOΠΔ becomes the first of K-Pop's fourth generation to debut on the Billboard 200 chart with their third mini album [12:00].
Coming in at #112 with sales of 8,400 copies, LOOΠΔ also makes history as the first girl group not belonging to one of the industry's "Big Three" companies (JYP, SM and YG) to crack the chart. They are the seventh female K-Pop act to debut on the Billboard 200 overall.
Debuts on this week's #Billboard200 (2/3):— billboard charts (@billboardcharts) November 2, 2020
#55, @Sevendust Blood & Stone
#64, @beastieboys Beastie Boys Music
#102, @blueoctober This Is What I Live For
#112, @loonatheworld [12:00]
#122, @iDKHOW Razzmatazz