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ATEEZ climbs back up the 'Billboard 200' chart, marking 5 weeks of chart success

ATEEZ continues to make waves on the ‘Billboard 200’ chart, achieving a remarkable climb and maintaining their presence for five consecutive weeks.

On July 9, Billboard announced that ATEEZ’s mini album ‘GOLDEN HOUR: Part.1’ has climbed 18 spots from the previous week to rank at 75 on the main album chart ‘Billboard 200’. This follows their impressive entry into the top 10 for two consecutive weeks and subsequent rankings of 69 and 93. This week’s climb reaffirms their enduring appeal and success, surpassing the fifth-week ranking of their previous album, ‘THE WORLD EP.FIN: WILL’, which peaked at 97.

In addition to their Billboard success, ‘GOLDEN HOUR: Part.1’ has consistently performed well on other international charts. It ranks 4th on the UK’s Official Independent Albums Chart, 25th on the Official Scottish Albums Chart, 33rd on the Official Physical Albums Chart, and 38th on the Official Albums Sales Chart.

The album also made notable achievements at its release, securing the 3rd spot on Belgium’s Ultratop ‘Wallonia’ Albums Chart, 4th on France’s SNEP ‘Top Albums’ Chart, and 6th on Germany’s Official Deutsche Charts ‘Top 100 Albums.’

Moreover, according to data released by Japan’s Oricon on July 10 KST, ATEEZ’s collaboration single ‘Hush-Hush’ topped the ‘Weekly Digital Single Chart’.

ATEEZ’s North American leg of the 2024 World Tour kicks off on July 14 in Tacoma, followed by performances in Oakland, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Arlington, Duluth, New York, Washington D.C., Toronto, and Rosemont.