Theyou SHINee member additionally returns to the World Albums and World Digital Songs chart.
If a profitable return to charts is what Taemin desires, then that's what Teamin received.
The solo singer and SHINee member sees his fifth solo effort Want: Mini Album II hit numerous Billboard charts this week, together with No. four on World Albums (to mark his fifth entry thus far on the tally) and No. 5 on Heatseekers Albums (a brand new peak for the star on the chart that sees fewer Ok-pop acts coming into). Want bought greater than 1,000 copies within the week ending Feb. 14, based on Nielsen Music. This marks Taemin's second-best gross sales week ever in America, following the first-week gross sales of his full-length LP Press It that earned a barely increased complete throughout its first week out in 2016.
Taemin has now earned 5 entries on World Albums together with Press It and his 2014 EP Ace (each of which peaked at No. 2 and characterize his greatest place on the chart), 2017's Move (with its No. three peak), his repackaged album Move-ing launched later that 12 months (No. 11 peak) and, now, Want. Taemin has three entires on Heatseekers Albums with Press It (peaking at No. 7) Ace (No. 20), and, now, Want.
The 25-year-old additionally returns to Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart together with his surging, spacey disco title monitor "Want" debuting at No. 5 this week. As a soloist, Taemin has 9 entries on the chart, together with 5 Top 5 hits, together with his greatest place earned by 2016 single "Press Your Number" that hit No. three on the chart.
Watch Taemin carry out a new Want album reduce, the euphoric-yet-dark-and-snappy "Artistic Groove," reside on Korean chart program KBS Music Bank beneath: