TOMORROW X TOGETHER surprised the fans when the group released its mini album minisode 2: Thursday’s Child on May 9, 2022. Now, three months later, the album still holds its head high on the Billboard charts! According to the latest Billboard update, the group’s latest mini album has ranked at number 157 on the Top 100 Albums Chart. With this, the said album has extended its own record of being the longest-charting K-pop album that was released this year. Currently, the mini-album is spending its 12th consecutive week on the charts.
The mini album’s records
minisode 2: Thursday’s Child has joined TOMORROW X TOGETHER’S 2021 album The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE for making a record of 12 weeks on the chart. The boy group has also joined BTS to become the second only K-pop act to have charted on the Billboard 200 chart with multiple albums for 12 weeks each. Talking about the album minisode 2: Thursday’s Child, it first debuted on the Billboard 200 chart at number 4 in May, the same month when it was released. Thereafter, it has steadily ranked on the chart week after week!
TOMORROW X TOGETHER finally made its debut in Lollapalooza, and we couldn’t be more excited about the same! It was on July 31, 2022, that the group performed on the set for around 45 minutes at the grand US music festival held in Chicago’s Grant Park. The fans around the world also got a chance to view TXT’s power-packed performance via a live stream that happened on the Weverse app. The fans of the group were already excited after the members released their mini-album minisode 2: Thursday’s Child recently, including the collaborative song Valley of Lies ft. iann dior.
Good Boy Gone Bad
The TOMORROW X TOGETHER members also won hearts earlier this year after releasing the track Good Boy Gone Bad. It is the leading track of the mini-album minisode 2: Thursday’s Child. The song chronicles the emotional story of a boy who goes through heartbreak after losing the first love of his life. Well, it eventually also matches with the concept of going bad while we explore through the entire track. The five members of the group are seen hurling the world around in utter chaos, speaks of how a mere heartbreak can change our personalities. The theme is further displayed with the help of thorns and flowers to make it look realistic.