TXT ranks #1 on the Oricon Daily Singles Chart following the release of their Japanese album STILL DREAMING

TXT has once again topped the Oricon Daily Singles Chart following the release of STILL DREAMING.
TXT ranks #1 on the Oricon Daily Singles Chart following the release of their Japanese album STILL DREAMING
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K-Pop group Tomorrow X Together has officially recorded a No. 1 on the Oricon Daily Singles Chart after the Japanese regular album release, proving their status as leading global idols.

According to the latest chart released by Oricon Japan on the 20th, Tomorrow X Together's first regular Japanese album 'STILL DREAMING', released on the 20th, ranked first in the 'Oricon Daily Chart' with a sales volume of 61,074 copies.

The album ‘STILL DREAMING' is an album containing the message of keeping on dreaming. Of the album, Taehyun said, “Our first Japanese studio album STILL DREAMING delivers the message that, like our name, we gathered under one dream to build a new tomorrow. I hope that many will be able to listen to this album and relate to the messages as well as find comfort.”

In particular, 'Force', which was pre-released on the 10th, was selected as the theme song for Season 2 of the Japanese TV animation 'World Trigger' and is gaining sensational popularity. On the Line Music Song Top 100 Daily Chart, it was ranked No. 1 for 7 consecutive days from the date of release to the 16th, and also topped the Song Top 100 Weekly Chart based on the count of 13-19. With this, TXT proved their great hold in Japan as well as in Korea.

Meanwhile, TXT has achieved a sales volume of 300,000 copies in the first week of release with the third mini-album 'minisode1: Blue Hour' and has emerged as a force to be reckoned with. Recently, Pinkvilla had the amazing opportunity of interviewing TXT where they opened up about their inspirations, their resolutions for 2021 and more. You can read that here: EXCLUSIVE: TXT opens up about drawing inspiration from little things; says physical distance isn't detachment

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