December 6, 2022

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NCT Dream Again Tops United World Chart Through Songs ‘Glitch Mode’ and ‘Beatbox’

NCT Dream is back at the top United World Chart for category Global Album Chart week 24 (Period until June 18, 2022) through the second full album ‘Glitch Mode’ and the repackage album ‘Beatbox’.

Quoting from the official Twitter account United World Chart @UWchart, on Friday June 17 2022, the release of NCT Dream’s second repackage album ‘Beatbox’ on May 30, 2022, managed to bring the album ‘Glitch Mode’ back to the top Global Album Chart in United World Chart.

The albums ‘Glitch Mode’ and ‘Beatbox’ managed to achieve a total sales of 398,000 copies this week, with total sales reaching 1,298,000 copies, which were collected through media traffic sites that track global album sales worldwide.

With this achievement, NCT Dream managed to top Global Album Chart for 2 weeks this year through the albums ‘Glitch Mode’ and ‘Beatbox’.

Here’s a list of the Top 10 Albums that managed to occupy the United World Chart category Global Album Chart on the 24th week (period until 18 June 2022):

1. NCT Dream ‘Glitch Mode’ (including ‘Beatbox’) – 398,000/1,298,000

2. Seventeen ‘Face The Sun’ – 210,000/1,041,000

3. Harry Styles ‘Harry’s House’ – 197,000/1,224,000

4. Post Malone ‘Twelve Carat Toothache’ – 179,000/179,000

5. Bad Bunny ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’ – 160,000/996,000

6. Sexy Zone ‘The Highlights’ – 127,000/127,000

7. Kendrick Lamar ‘Mr. Morales & The Big Steppers’ – 102,000/760,000

8. Future ‘I Never Like You’ – 82,000/830,000

9. Olivia Rodrigo ‘Sour’ – 73,000/5,825,000

10. Morgan Wallen ‘Dangerous: The Double Album’ – 62,000/4,750,000

The album ‘Glitch Mode’ managed to become NCT Dream’s third album to reach #1 on Global Album Chart after the mini album ‘Reload’ and also the first full album ‘Hot Sauce’.

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Meanwhile, NCT Dream has now returned to carrying out their promotional activities for the repackage album ‘Beatbox’ after several of its members recovered from Covid-19.

Mark, Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle, and Jisung are now back performing at the weekly music event, and a number of online and offline fan signing events have resumed after being postponed for several weeks.

That was the latest news from NCT Dream who managed to get back to the top United World Chart category Global Album Chart through the albums ‘Glitch Mode’ and ‘Beatbox’. Congratulations to NCT Dreams.