TNX Lands Impressive Feats With Debut Mini-Album “WAY UP”
TNX tops Hanteo Chart’s Global Chart, illustrating their impressive worldwide reach with their debut project.
P NATION’s first boy group, TNX, makes a memorable impression on global listeners, topping Hanteo Chart’s Global Chart with their first mini-album, WAY UP.
According to the domestic music sales aggregation data, the group’s first project topped Hanteo Chart’s Global Chart in real-time. The data is collected using the culmination of authenticated genuine albums purchased by worldwide fans.
Achieving such a feat so early into their debut era illustrates TNX’s admirable popularity, especially as a group debuting into a saturated market of “fourth-generation idols”.
Furthermore, as of the end of the aggregation period (May 23), TNX maintains their presence at the top ranks of daily and weekly record rankings.
The group also demonstrated a strong presence in overseas charts. Following their comeback, TNX entered various iTunes’ top album charts in 17 countries. Moreover, they rank in top general album charts globally, showing their popularity outside of K-Pop-specific data.
Notably, their debut mini-album intends to communicate sentimental emotions that coexist with a powerful and rigid sound. In this manner, TNX delivers a sincere but bold project.
Their title track, “MOVE”, delivers a powerful sound with an equally explosive performance. The music video captivates viewers with the members’ strong on-screen charisma. The choreography with its main “point dance” reiterated the song’s catchy melody and hook.
As of writing, the video surpassed 11.7 million views in less than two weeks since its release.
Meanwhile, TNX will continue showing their talents to K-Pop fans around the world with active promotions. The group will demonstrate their unique identity as a fourth-generation idol across various music broadcast performances and content.
Source: MK News
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