K-Pop boy band EXO has continued to stay in the top 10 on Billboard’s World Albums chart.
On Friday, Billboard revealed on their official website that EXO’s second album, “Exodus,” had ranked sixth on the World Albums chart.
They also topped this chart on April 18 and later ranked number three on April 25.
Many K-pop groups have been seen ranking high on this chart for two weeks, but continuing this streak for four weeks is a rare case for K-Pop groups.
The World Album chart calculates the rankings for this list by the album sales made everywhere besides the United States.
On April 18, the group was also seen at number 95 on the Billboard 200 chart, making it the highest ranked Korean male artist in history.
They were also seen winning first place on Mnet’s “M! Countdown” last month with their song, “Call Me Baby.”