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B.A.P 'ONE SHOT' a Success? Tops U.S-Canada-New Zealand iTunes Hip-Hop Charts!

By Staff Writer | February 14, 2013 09:26 AM EST

B.A.P 'ONE SHOT' a Success? Tops U.S-Canada-New Zealand iTunes Hip-Hop Charts!
B.A.P 'ONE SHOT' a Success? Tops U.S-Canada-New Zealand iTunes Hip-Hop Charts! (Photo : d)


Idol group B.A.P's second mini album, ONE SHOT, hit the number one spot on the iTunes Hip-Hop chart.

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Yesterday on the 'iTunes Store Top 10 Hip-Hop Album' Chart, B.A.P ranked number 1 on the U.S., Canada and New Zealand Charts.

They also ranked number 2 in Sweden, number 3 in Norway and Finland and number 3 in Japan and the U.K. They also ranked in the Top 10 in Germany and Greece as well, showing off their global popularity.

It was revealed that B.A.P had beat top stars such as Flo Rida and more to take the number one spot.

Their agency stated, "They have ranked high on the charts before, but this time they were able to make new records by taking over the U.K. and other parts of Asia for a total of 11 countries. They are now being recognized all over the world."

Starting tomorrow, they will be making their comeback stages on various music programs. Afterwards, they will be holding their first solo concert in Seoul.

Tagged :  B.A.P, One Shot, iTunes

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