No Copyright Music

IZ * ONE Japanese studio album “Twelve” tops Oricon’s weekly album table




IZ * ONE Japanese studio album "Twelve" tops Oricon's weekly album table

IZ * ONE topped Oricon’s japanese studio weekly album chart for the second time since their debut!

On October 27, Off the File and Swing Leisure introduced that IZ * ONE’s first Japanese studio album, “Twelve”, was # 1 on Oricon’s weekly album charts for the week of October 19-26.

That is the second time IZ * ONE has topped Oricons’ weekly album chart after their debut album “COLOR * IZ” first did so in 2018.

“Twelve” incorporates authentic songs comparable to “Beware”, “Suki to Iwasetai” and “Vampire” in addition to Japanese variations of the Korean title tracks by IZ * ONE comparable to “La Vie en Rose”, “Violeta” and “PARTY.” For these Japanese variations, the Japanese members of IZ * ONE, Honda Hitomi, Miyawaki Sakura and Yabuki Nako, had been immediately concerned within the writing of texts.

That is the newest in a collection of charting achievements for IZ * ONE that lately broke that recording amongst Okay-pop lady teams on the market on the primary day on Oricon’s each day album chart. Two of the singles from IZ * ONE have been licensed platinum by the Recording Business Affiliation of Japan (RIAJ), whereas all of their earlier albums have been positioned within the high 5 of Oricon’s weekly album charts.

Congratulations to IZ * ONE!

Supply (one)

How do you are feeling about this text?

Read more: Karina, meet the second member of the new AESPA group