TXT became the first Korean male artist to make the Billboard Song Breaker chart

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TXT went down in history Billboard!!

March 23 Billboard officially announced that TXT debuted on their latest chart Song Breaker at number 18, making them the first Korean male artist to ever make the charts.

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Chart Billboard Song BreakerLaunched last year, is an industry-standard ranking of artists in the digital space who encourage listening to music through content creation. Rating created with Logitechreflects the popularity of social platforms such as TikTok and Instagram.

TXT not only the first Korean male artist to hit the charts, but also the second Korean artist in general: in December last year TWICE debuted in the chart in 4th place.

After a recent collaboration Taehyun and Yonjuna with Salem Ilese and Alan Walker over new PS5 single Yongjun came up with a dance challenge for the song, which is gaining popularity on TikTok. With over 16 million subscribers to TikTok, TXT is currently the men’s K-pop group with the second largest number of subscribers on the platform, second only to BTS.

Look at the challenge Yonjuna for “PS5” on TikTok (txt.bighitent) and lyrical video Salem Ilese to the song below!

Congratulations TXT!!

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