K-Pop Band Enhypen Doubles Their Number Of Charting Hits In The U.S. In Just One Week
Enhypen only debuted less than a year ago, but they are quickly rising the ranks and becoming not just one of the most exciting names in the South Korean music industry, but one of the hottest new vocal acts anywhere in the world. This week, the group doesn’t just enjoy a solid frame on the Billboard list they’re getting used to reaching, they double their total number of hits in one go.
On the latest edition of Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart, Enhypen debuts three new tracks. That’s a very healthy showing for any act, and it’s one that the K-pop boy band has managed before. By sending a trio of tracks to the list at once, the group has exactly doubled their total number of placements on the ranking.
New from Enhypen this week on the World Digital Song Sales chart are “Drunk-Dazed,” “Fever” and “Not For Sale,” which open at No. 3, 18 and 21, respectively. The highest-charting of the bunch now stands as the group’s best-performing tune and their first-ever top 10 hit in the U.S.
Last year, the seven-member vocal outfit made waves when their first collection Border: Day One not only placed on the World Albums chart, but three tracks from the short set also appeared on the World Digital Song Sales chart. At the time, lead single “Given-Taken” rose to No. 13, while album cuts “Let Me In (20 Cube)” and “Flicker” barely made it on to the tally, stalling at Nos. 24 and 25, respectively. Still new, the group didn’t send anything else to the roster in between their two efforts, so with a trio of smashes, they instantly improve their career total by 100%.
“Drunk-Dazed,” “Fever” and “Not For Sale” are all featured on Enhypen’s new EP Border: Carnival, which has also become a big win for them on the World Albums chart. The six-song project arrives at No. 9, giving the band their first appearance inside the top 10 on that ranking as well.