2NE1’s second Japanese full-length album Crush marked a strong start by ranking number two on the Oricon chart.
According to Oricon on June 25, 2NE1’s new album Crush sold 12,119 copies on the day of the release, ranking number two on Oricon’s daily album chart.
The Japanese album has been compiled differently than the Korean version. The album contains a total of ten tracks, including Crush, Come Back Home, Gotta Be You, Do You Love Me, Happy, Falling In Love, I Love You, If I Were You, Missing You and Come Back Home (unplugged ver.), as well as the Japanese version of music video.
Having released the new album in two years, 2NE1 will be launching world tour All Or Nothing in Japan on July 5 and 6 in Yokohama Arena and July 12 in Kobe World Memorial Hall.
Apart from 2NE1, SHINee’s Lucky Star and Jang Keun Suk’s project group Team H’s first single Take Mealso ranked number three and four on the Oricon’s daily album chart, respectively.
2NE1’s Japanese full-length album ‘CRUSH’ charted at #2 on the ‘Oricon Daily Album Chart’ and #1 on Japan’s ‘iTunes Top Pop Albums Chart’ on the day of its release!
According to YG Entertainment on June 26, ‘CRUSH’ (Japanese version) did better than their previous Japanese album ‘COLLECTION’, which ranked #4 on the ‘Oricon Daily Album Chart’ back in March 2012. ‘CRUSH’ was released on the 25th and charted at #2 on the ‘Oricon Daily Album Chart’ and also topped the ‘iTunes Top Pop Albums Chart’ in Japan, showcasing their popularity.
2NE1 will continue on their world tour ‘ALL OR NOTHING‘ (‘AON‘) at Singapore Indoor Stadium on the 28th. They’ll then move on to the Japanese leg of their world tour at Yokohama Arena on July 5-6 and Kobe World Memorial Hall on July 12-13 as well as holding an after party.