Global group IZ*ONE has occupied Japanese music charts after South Korea.

According to the overseas album chart released by Oricon, Japan's largest music sales website, on April 10, IZ*ONE's second mini album "HEART*IZ" topped the weekly album rankings in the first week of April (2019.4.1.-2019.4.7).

HEART*IZ is the only Korean album that has made it into the top five in the Oricon weekly album rankings, and IZ*ONE is showing off its prowess as a global mainstream group.

Especially, IZ*ONE gave vent to another successful grab at Oricon in just two months after topping the Oricon daily singles rankings with their Japanese debut single "I Want to Make You Say I Like You" released in February.

IZ*ONE’s HEART*IZ has been ranked No. 2 on the weekly chart (2019.4.1.-2019.4.7.) for all Japanese Tower Records as well as Oricon's HEART*IZ reflecting its explosive popularity in the region.

IZ*ONE has been actively working on new records since their comeback, has set a new sales record for the first time for a girl group album, and the music video for the title track "Violeta" has also garnered 10 million views at high speed.

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