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TWICE conquers global iTunes with its new Japanese album 'Celebrate'

TWICE is back with the Japanese album "Celebrate". This awesome album is dominating the iTunes charts all over the world.

Music language can break down all the walls. The Hallyu wave is living proof, despite the different languages, Korean artists are conquering the global public. These talented singers are unstoppable.

However, few projects are totally focused on a specific market. Not that long we saw TWICE promoting its English single "The Feels" in the United States. It was released before starting its successful tour in North America.

TWICE for 'Celebrate' / Twitter @JYPETWICE_JAPAN

Right now, the group is promoting a new Japanese album called "Celebrate". Of course, all the lyrics are in this language. Anyways, it is getting a wonderful response for ONCE all over the world. We are telling you everything.

TWICE dominates worldwide iTunes with 'Celebrate'

On July 27th (KST) TWICE finally dropped the anticipated album "Celebrate". in just a few hours, the project reached No.1 on the iTunes Top Album chart in nine countries. Singapore, Taiwan, the Philippines, Indonesia, Hong Hong, India, Chile, Mexico, and Turkey are in love with the album.

At the same time, it debuted at No.2 on the Worldwide Album chart of the platform. It is breaking TWICE own records, its previous album "Formula Of Love: O+T=<3" was at No. 6 on this prestigious chart.

TWICE in Japan / Twitter @JYPETWICE_JAPAN

That no all, Celebrate is at No.13 on the album iTunes album chart from Europe. This project is awesome! ONCE is loving it deeply since the members were very involved with the creation process.

The title single "Celebrate" was written by all the members. The lyrics explore their festive mood since all of them just renewed their contracts. There is no doubt that it's a meaningful comeback for TWICE  and the fans.

TWICE is getting ready to release the album "BETWEEN1&2". Check here everything about the tracklist.

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