SB19 just made another historical mark
SB19 is not stopping until they reach worldwide recognition as the P-pop group just nabbed a spot – officially debuting – on Billboard Emerging Artist Chart at 44th today, February 26, 2020.
.@sb19official holds at #11 peak on Billboard Social 50 + debuts at #44 on Billboard Emerging Artists
— Headline Planet (@headlineplanet) February 24, 2020
How Billboard ranking works
The chart ranks artists based on album and track sales, radio airplay, streaming and social media buzz. It will be a break-out of the overall Billboard Artist 100 chart and replaces the weekly Billboard + Twitter Emerging Artists chart that debuted in 2014.
SB19 stays in #11 peak on Billboard Social 50 nabs Billboard Emerging Artist Chart
This is a feat! I repeat, this is a feat!
Congratumalations to our boys!
— Tito A’tin #StreamALAB (@JohnnyThorFish) February 25, 2020
Although the original goal of A’TINs ( SB19’s fandom name) is for SB19 to enter the elite top 10 of Billboard Social 50, it’s beyond fair enough that the multi-talented quintet maintains its 11th spot this week – proving beyond doubt that they are a strong mainstay (with over 10 consecutive weeks spot) on Billboard Social 50 the chart.
What a delightful surprise even more, as many did not expect SB19 to steal a spot on the Billboard Emerging Artist Chart. Congratulations for this huge feat SB19!
To sum it up, for this week, SB19 has two entries on the Billboard Charts: at 11th on Billboard Social 50, and at 44th on Billboard Emerging Artist. But it does not end there, SB19 is expecting a re-entry to Next Big Sound chart next week at 12th spot.
Are we ready A’TINs for world domination?
A valid question we may ask ourselves. Our boys, SB19 is driven and is ready to perform and possibly take over the world stage.
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