BTS’ “Spread” debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard K-Pop 100 outline (dated June 5) with the most streams, downloads, and radio airplay in the following week finishing May 27.
“Margarine” is the demonstration’s third No. 1 since they drove the graph for three weeks ahead of schedule a year ago with “ON” trailed by their raving success “Explosive”, which remained on for 22 weeks just a half year prior. (“Explosive” positioned No. 8 this week.)
With regards to the K-Pop 100, the craftsman with the most No. 1 hit is IU with an aggregate of five tunes, of which BTS’ Suga was the highlighting craftsman for “eight”. He is directly behind IU on the position with an all-out record of four diagram pioneers.
Inside only one day of dropping their new delivery “Margarine” on May 21, BTS broke their own record of the ‘Most-Viewed YouTube Music Video in 24 Hours’ while ruling various outlines including the K-Pop 100, Hot 100, and Billboard’s two other worldwide diagrams.
The current week’s No. 2 is appreciated by OH MY GIRL with “Dun Dance”, which had effectively made it on top 10 a week ago at No. 3 preceding scaling the outline by one with most TV airplay. Fearless Girls’ “Rollin” ventured down to No. 3 in the wake of going through a 6th week at No. 1 while their other hit “We Ride” joined the tumble from No. 5 to No. 9. IU’s “LILAC” additionally dropped by two sitting at No. 4 this week with “VIP” additionally somewhere around three at No. 7.
SM Entertainment’s most up-to-date young lady bunch ‘aespa’ is on the ascent. The new single “Next Level,” a revamp of the soundtrack of Hollywood film Fast and Furious: Hobbs and Shaw, impacts in at No. 5 just seven days in the wake of entering the outline at No. 33.
It took the gathering just two melodies to the diagram in the best 10 subsequent to hitting No. 21 with the presentation melody “Dark Mamba”, which was delivered a year ago. “Dark Mamba” sits at No. 60, up 16from a week ago. asap’s prosperity isn’t simply seen by the K-Pop 100. The young ladies are reliably ascending on the Billboard Global 200.. They broke their own record with “Next Level”, which appeared at No. 97 a week ago and went straight up to No. 65 this week. Their best record on the diagram was in last November with “Dark Mamba” hitting No. 138.
Heize’s “Occur”, the title track of her seventh collection HAPPEN delivered on May 20, debuts at No. 6. Known for her particular vocal ability, the female rapper’s gritty and rough vocals are by and by featured in the
new tune. Another track from the collection “Like the first run through” likewise entered the diagram at No. 29 while “You, Clouds, Rain,” which was graphed off last July, has reemerged at No. 90 as her new collection acquires fame.
The last right on the money top 10 is gained by another young lady bunch STAYC’s “Pronto,” which appeared at No. 72 on the graph dated April 24 and has reliably moved gradually up for as far back as five weeks, at last settling in at No. 9 a week ago. In spite of the fact that it’s somewhere around one this week, they are as yet figuring out how to remain on top 10.
The Billboard K-Pop 100 measures multi-metric utilization including streaming, computerized deals, radio, and TV information to introduce the most famous K-Pop tunes in South Korea consistently.