Le Seraphim new album has reached 20 million streams on Spotify
The group Le Seraphim hit domestic and foreign weekly music charts and record charts.
Le Seraphim’s new song “Anti-Fragile” ranked second on the Bucks weekly chart (October 17-23). It ranked second on the Bugs Daily Chart on the 17th, the day of its release, and has remained in second place until the 24th.
“Anti-Fragile” ranked eighth on the Melon weekly chart (October 17-23) and settled in the top 10 within the first week of its release. The song ranked 23rd on the Melon Daily Chart on the 17th, followed by a steady rise and ranked 4th on the 24th. It ranked 11th on the Genie Weekly Chart (October 17-23). The song charted at No. 26 on the Genie Daily Chart on the 17th, and is on an upward curve, ranking 10th on the 19th, 5th on the 23rd, and 4th on the 24th.
Le Seraphim’s second mini-album “Anti-Fragile” is also making remarkable achievements in Japan. According to the latest chart released by Oricon on the 25th (October 31), “Anti-Fragile” topped the weekly album rankings with 43,744 copies sold. Le Seraphim, who topped the Oricon daily album rankings on the 17th, even dominated the weekly chart, showing off its great popularity there.
Spotify, the world’s largest music streaming company, is also showing remarkable results. As of 2 p.m. today, the number of plays of their entire new album “Anti-Fragile” exceeded 20 million, and the number of streams of the title song of the same name exceeded 10 million. In addition, the song has been on the chart for seven consecutive days on the global Spotify “Day Top Song” from the 17th to the 23rd.
Meanwhile, Le Seraphim, who has been performing amazingly since the first week of his comeback, recorded more than 560,000 sales on the Hanteo chart (a week’s record sales based on the release date) with his second mini-album “Anti-Fragile.”