Rookie EXO-K Sells Over 100,000 Copies and Concludes Debut Activities
By Staff Writer | June 18, 2012 08:49 AM EDT
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EXO-K’s first mini album ‘MAMA’ released on April 9 sold over 100,612 copies in album sales displaying consistent popularity since its release. The debut album sold over 100,000 copies in two months.
In addition EXO-M’s ‘MAMA’ Chinese version sold 51,643 copies so in total EXO album sales is at 152,255 copies the most for any new group this year.
EXO-K garnered a worldwide fan base through their 100 days of online promotions as their videos drew in over 30 million views. The group marked their first debut performance on April 8 captivating worldwide fans with their splendid sound, colorful performance and stunning visuals.
The rookie group has also received many love calls from various brands of different industry and was selected as models for Calvin Klein, Ivy Club and others. EXO-K quickly established themselves as the rising new star of the next generation leading in not only in music, but also in fashion and advertising.
EXO-K stated, “This period of our first promotional activity since debuting is very precious and we were able to learn and feel a lot. We wanted to thank all of our fans that have supported us and we will continuously grow and try our best using this experience as the foundation. Please continue to show us your love.”
EXO-K wrapped up ‘MAMA’ promotions last weekend with their charismatic goodbye performance on music program. The group will now focus on international promotions and will begin working on a new album.
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