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Monsta X's "Follow-Find You" goes to the top 10 on world albums and sales charts of digital songs



"Follow" becomes the K-pop crossover band's fifth Top 5 single on World Digital Songs.

Even as Monsta X navigated after some bumps during their new album release, the K-pop crossover band still sees its latest arc on several charts this week.

Boy Band's new EP titled Follow-Find You

debuts at number 10 on Billboard 's World Album chart, with 1,000 copies in the week ending October 31, according to Nielsen Music. This is Monsta X's ninth entry to hit the top 10 on the chart, although it binds 2017's Shine Forever as their lowest position in the century so far; all seven of their other items have bowed at No. 7 or higher. Monsta X has topped No. 1

on the chart once so far when The Clan, Pt. 2.5 [Beautiful] topped the figure in April 2017.

Monsta X net their seventh entry on the Heatseekers Album as Follow-Find You bows at No. 15 in the chart. So far, the group has earned seven entries on the chart that sees far fewer K-pop albums coming in, including four top-10s. MX topped with Take.1: Are You There? from last year when it hit No. 6.

The guys see their new single debut at No. 5 on Billboard & # 39; s World Digital Song Sales chart this week as "Follow" sold 1,000 copies in the week ending October 31. Another track outside the EP "Find You", which introduced the EP originally before its release, also lands at No. 21, bringing the group's total number of charts on World Digital Song Sales to 15.

While Monsta X's latest releases from the latest the year that Take.1: Are You There? a and Take.2 We Are Here saw the group embrace a darker and more metallic side, Follow-Find You sees the band return to a lighter and more fun sound. The introduction of the EP with the peaceful, synth ballad in "Find You" was an important sonic connection for the boy band known for their hard-hitting sound and tough image, and released a dynamic single like "Follow," reminiscent of Monsta X's first breakout- hit "Hero" from 2015, the more exciting.

These two energies are represented throughout the EP, as the guys earn their signature edge in tracks like "Monsta Truck" (with a mix of smooth tracks and industrial breakdowns) and "Disaster" (a bum-bap production with bare legs allows rappers Joohoney and IM's aggressive delivery to shine) as quieter moments exist on songs such as acoustically inclined R&B clips "UR" and in the warm, brass production of "Mirror" (produced by member Wonho who left the group just days ago after the release of Follow-Find You .

Watch the new video for "Follow" with more than 11 million views during its first week out, below:

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