Tuesday, November 10, 2020

WINNER Song Mino's second full album "TAKE" reveals to have sold more than 110,000 copies in a week.


WINNER Song Mino's second full album "TAKE" sold more than 110,000 copies in a week, making an unusual achievement as a solo hip-hop artist.


According to YG Entertainment, sales of Song Mino's second full album "TAKE" totaled more than 110,000 copies as of Wednesday. The figure combines 93,433 general albums and 16,665 limited edition kits (KiT).


Hip-hop albums with sales exceeding 100,000 copies in a week since their release are very rare in Korea. In particular, Song Mino's second full album "TAKE" this year is the first and the result of being among the top 10 even in terms of the entire solo artist.


Solo hip-hop artists are often strong in the music and performance markets. Even if it's a hip-hop music-oriented album, it's hard to consume albums unless it's a big group. In other words, it has confirmed the potential of Song Mino.


Since the release of the song, "Run Away," the title track of "TAKE," has topped major music charts in Korea, including Naver Music, Vibe, Bugs and Genie, and many of the songs in the album have all been successful in charting and received much love.


In particular, the song "Ok man," featuring iKON's BOBBY, is also being shown on the music broadcast stage, drawing as hot reactions as the title track "Run Away."