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ATEEZ rebounds on 'Billboard 200', celebrating 5 consecutive weeks on the chart

ATEEZ continues to make headlines with their impressive performance on the ' Billboard 200 ' chart. Their mini-album ' GOLDEN HOUR : Part.1' has made a remarkable climb, rising 18 spots to rank at 75 this week. This achievement marks their fifth consecutive week on the chart, showcasing their growing popularity and consistent success. Previously, the album debuted in the top 10 for two weeks, followed by positions 69 and 93. This week’s climb surpasses the fifth-week peak of their previous album, 'THE WORLD EP.FIN: WILL', which had reached 97.

In addition to their Billboard success, 'GOLDEN HOUR: Part.1' has made significant strides on various international charts . It currently holds the 4th position on the UK's Official Independent Albums Chart, 25th on the Official Scottish Albums Chart, 33rd on the Official Physical Albums Chart, and 38th on the Official Albums Sales Chart.

Upon its release, the album also achieved notable rankings in Europe. It secured the 3rd spot on Belgium’s Ultratop 'Wallonia' Albums Chart, 4th on France's SNEP 'Top Albums' Chart, and 6th on Germany’s Official Deutsche Charts 'Top 100 Albums.'

Adding to their accolades, ATEEZ’s collaboration single 'Hush-Hush' topped Japan's Oricon 'Weekly Digital Single Chart' on July 10 KST, further solidifying their international appeal.

Fans in North America can look forward to ATEEZ’s 2024 World Tour, which kicks off on July 14 in Tacoma. The tour will include performances in major cities such as Oakland, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Arlington, Duluth, New York, Washington D.C., Toronto, and Rosemont.

With their rising chart positions and upcoming tour, ATEEZ is proving they are a force to be reckoned with in the global music scene.

Formed by KQ Entertainment in 2018, ATEEZ is a South Korean boy band comprising eight members: Hongjoong, Seonghwa, Yunho, Yeosang, San, Mingi, Wooyoung, and Jongho. Their debut extended play, "Treasure EP.1: All to Zero," was released in October 2018. The group has participated in various reality shows and televised concerts including "Code Name Is ATEEZ" (2018) and "SMUF K-POP 2019."