Seventeen breaks records with blockbuster album '17 is Right Here'

Seventeen has once again made history with their latest album, '17 is Right Here'. According to Hanteo Chart's report on April 30, the album soared to unprecedented heights, selling a remarkable 2,260,906 copies on its release day, securing the top spot on the daily album chart.

This groundbreaking achievement marks the highest first-day sales for an album released by a K-pop artist, defying expectations for a compilation of already beloved hits. The global response has been nothing short of sensational, with '17 is Right Here' topping iTunes' 'Top Album' chart in 17 regions/countries and claiming the second spot on the Worldwide Album Chart. Additionally, the album dominated Line Music's real-time album chart, Japan's largest music platform.


The title track "Maestro" emerged as an instant global sensation, dominating iTunes' Worldwide Song chart and clinching the top spot on the 'Top Song' chart in 32 countries/regions, including Spain, Indonesia, and the Philippines.


The unit's new tracks also garnered widespread acclaim, with the hip-hop team's "LALALI", the performance team's "Spell", and the vocal team's "Cheers to Youth" all making waves on major domestic music sites.