TWICE’s Nayeon has made Billboard 200 history with her first-ever solo comeback!

For the week ending on June 29, Nayeon’s new solo mini album “NA” and its title track “ABCD” made strong debuts on numerous Billboard charts.

“NA” entered Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart (its weekly ranking of the most popular albums in the United States) at No. 7, matching the previous record set by Nayeon’s debut mini album “IM NAYEON” for the highest-ranking album by a female K-pop soloist in Billboard 200 history. (At the time of its debut, “IM NAYEON” was also the first K-pop solo album ever to enter the top 10 of the chart.)

With this new entry, Nayeon has become the first female K-pop soloist ever to score two top 10 albums on the Billboard 200.

According to Luminate (formerly Nielsen Music), “NA” earned a total of 47,000 equivalent album units during the week ending on June 20. The album’s total score consisted of 43,000 traditional album sales—making it the top-selling album of the week in the United States—and 4,000 streaming equivalent album (SEA) units, which translates to 5.41 million on-demand audio streams over the course of the week.

“NA” also topped three different Billboard charts this week: the mini album debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Album Sales chart, Top Current Album Sales chart, and World Albums chart.

Meanwhile, Nayeon’s new title track “ABCD” debuted at No. 2 on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart, No. 34 on the Global Excl. U.S. chart, and No. 54 on the Global 200.

Finally, Nayeon re-entered Billboard’s Artist 100 at No. 9, marking her sixth non-consecutive week on the chart as a soloist. Nayeon currently holds the record for the highest-ranking female K-pop soloist in the history of the Artist 100 (where she previously reached a peak of No. 5).

Congratulations to Nayeon on her many impressive achievements!

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