TXT proves they are the top boy group of K-pop 4th generation with their impressive physical sales and rankings on global charts.
On May 9th, the same day they made a comeback with the 4th mini album “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child”, TOMORROW X TOGETHER (TXT) recorded a total of 918,413 copies sold on Hanteo and climbed to the top of the daily physical album chart.
In just one day, TXT hit a number of album sales that way surpassed the 635,563 copies sold in the first week of the release of their 2nd regular album “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE”, getting close to earn a ‘million seller’ title for the first time since their debut. What’s more noteworthy is that this is the first time since BTS that a K-pop group sold more than 900,000 copies for an album on the first day of its release.
Previously, “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child” ranked No.1 on iTunes Worldwide Album chart and Top Album chart in 43 countries/regions, including the UK, Japan, and Brazil as of 8 am KST on May 10th. The title track “Good Boy Gone Bad” is creating a global sensation, topping iTunes Top Songs chart in 19 countries/regions around the world.
“minisode 2: Thursday’s Child” is a TXT’s album released before moving on to the next series following the “The Dream Chapter” and “The Chaos Chapter”. It depicts a boy’s complex feelings after experiencing his first breakup and the world surrounding him.
“Good Boy Gone Bad” is a hardcore hip-hop song with a rock sound that shows an innocent boy immersed in feelings of anger and loss after his first love that seemed to last forever was torn apart. The song is described as a “Gen Z farewell song” about a boy who honestly reacts to the dark emotions he feels after the first breakup with an intuitive and impactful melody.