On March 14th, the duo’s latest release, “Still“, debuted at #1 on the ‘Oricon’ daily singles chart. A week later, it has still maintained its position at #1, coming in with yet another remarkable achievement for the group.
Not only that, but this is the first time in Japanese music history that an international artist landed 10 singles at #1 in the weekly chart, and has beat the previous record (also set by the same group) in Oricon’s 45 years of history.
The records don’t stop there! “Still” also marks the group’s 26th single that made it to the ‘Top 10′, demonstrating that the boys still have what it takes to maintain their popularity in Japan. The ‘Oricon’ made sure to make note of this achievement on their official homepage, acknowledging the men for setting a new record in 45 years of its history.
In related news, the boys are currently on their 11-city Japanese tour.
Source + Photos: Herald News via Naver