The new era of TWICE has arrived with everything! Last Sunday, November 21st, Billboard announced that the K-Pop group’s new album “Formula Of Love: O+T=<3” had debuted at No. 3 in their famous Top 200, weekly ranking of the most popular albums in the United States.
The achievement surpasses the previous record of the album “Taste of Love”, released by TWICE earlier this year. At the time, he was ranked 6th on the Billboard 200! “Formula Of Love: O+T=<3” is also the third release by a female group to figure in the Top 10, that’s because “THE ALBUM” by BLACKPINK reached the 2nd place.
— TWICE (@JYPETWICE) November 22, 2021
According to MRC Data (formerly Nielsen Music), “Formula of Love”: O+T=<3” sold a total of 66,000 album units last week. The album’s total score consisted of 58,000 units of traditional album sales and 8,000 units of streaming equivalent album (SEA), which translates to 12 million on-demand audio streams over the week.
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The English track “The Feels”, which anticipated the release of “Formula Of Love: O+T=<3”, also became the group’s first song to be included on the Billboard Hot 100.
— billboard charts (@billboardcharts) November 21, 2021
In other releated news, K-pop girl band TWICE will begin a world tour next month, their representation agency JYP Entertainment announced on Monday. JYP Entertainment posted on TWICE’s official social media account at noon this Monday the poster and schedule for the fourth world tour, titled “TWICE 4TH WORLD TOUR ‘Ⅲ’.”
TWICE will meet their fans in person, after a year and 10 months oftheir last concert, “TWICELIGHTS” held in 2019. First, the girl group will hold their concert, from December 24 to 26, at the KSPO dome of the Seoul Olympic Stadium, in the Songpa district, in the south of the South Korean capital.
TWICE 4TH WORLD TOUR ‘Ⅲ’
— TWICE (@JYPETWICE) November 16, 2021
Subsequently, the nonet will continue their world tour to five main cities in the United States: on February 16 in Los Angeles; on the 18th in Oakland; on the 22nd in Dallas; on the 24th in Atlanta and on the 26th in New York.