Bam Bam, hot popularity K-Pop Radar MV Weekly Chart 1st

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Singer BamBam topped the K-Pop Radar music video weekly chart with the new song ‘Who Are You’re with Red Velvet member Seulgi.

BamBam’s ‘Who Are You’ music video boasted great popularity, generating about 18.49 million views during the 53rd week of the K-Pop Radar counting period (December 26, 2021 – January 1, 2022).

BamBam’s ‘Who Are You’ music video surpassed 5 million views in about one day and 10 million views in about two days after its release.

K-Pop Radar said, “It took 1st place with a gap of about twice the number of views from 2nd place,” and said, “It continues to be popular as a solo artist.”

Also, on this week’s K-Pop Radar music video chart, Espa’s ‘Dreams Come True’ took second place, showing promising results following last week. The K-Pop Radar music video chart with detailed data can be found on the K-Pop Radar website.

Following the music video chart, the ‘Weekly Fandom Chart,’ which reveals artists who have recorded large-scale fandom expansion, also drew attention.

On Twitter chart of the weekly fandom chart for the 53rd week, BTS maintained the top spot on Twitter and Spotify follower charts. In particular, V ranked 3rd on the Spotify chart by adding a whopping 102,539 followers when releasing the OST ‘Christmas Tree’, the main theme OST of ‘That Year We Are.’

In addition, V firmly maintained the top spot on the Instagram follower chart, followed by Jungkook, J-Hope, Jimin, Jin, Suga, and RM in that order. Then, Twice added 55,616 Twitter followers and climbed four places to 5th place.

Meanwhile, K-Pop Radar is a fandom data specialized service opened by music startup Space Odity to understand fandom data at a glance following the rapid growth of K-Pop. Currently, 657 Korean artist teams’ music video views, YouTube subscribers, Twitter, Instagram, Spotify followers, and fan cafe members are provided through a web service in the form of graphs and charts. Recently, it signed an official partnership agreement with Twitter and released the ‘2020 #KpopTwitter World Map’, which drew attention. Have.

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