Enhyphen's new album tops iTunes charts in nine countries one day after release

By Kim Joo-heon Posted : May 14, 2024, 13:54 Updated : May 14, 2024, 13:54
Courtesy of Belift Lab
An image of Enhyphen. Courtesy of Belift Lab
SEOUL, May 14 (AJU PRESS) -- "Memorabilia," the latest album by K-pop boy band Enhyphen, topped iTunes album charts in nine countries Tuesday, just one day after its release, its agency said.

The six-track album was dropped on Monday and debuted at the top position in the Philippines, India, Brazil and other countries as of 9:00 a.m., according to Belift Lab. It also made the top 10 list in 21 countries.

The album's title track, "Fatal Trouble," was included in the top 10 in 12 countries such as Thailand, Viet Nam and Peru. "Fatal Trouble" is a rock and ballad song conveying feelings of confusion and uncertainty towards someone believed to love each other.

The seven-member group plans 11 performances in five Japanese cities from June to September for an encore tour following its six-month world tour from last September to February.

Enhypen, who debuted in November 2020, was formed by Belift Lab, a joint venture established by entertainment giant CJ ENM and Hybe. The joint venture was acquired by Hybe in August 2023.

The group has gained attention for collaborating with Naver Webtoon, the web cartoon unit of Korea's top portal operator Naver. In September 2022, the band showcased the concept of "Dark Moon: The Blood Altar," a digital cartoon that portrays an enigmatic bond between vampire boys and a mysterious girl who share a connection from their previous lives, through their song "One In A Billion."
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