BamBam topped the K-Pop radar chart again in 3 weeks. From Nine, Victon, Wheein, Choi Yena entered TOP10.

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Singer BamBam topped the K-Pop Radar music video weekly chart with the new song ‘Slow-Mo.’

BamBam’s ‘Slow Mo’ music video took place with a whopping 33.51 million views during the 4th week of K-Pop Radar’s counting period (January 16, 2022 – January 22, 2022).

BamBam’s ‘Slow Mo’ music video reached 5 million views in about 15 hours after its release and 10 million views in about one day, setting an astonishing record for his solo singer.

In particular, it is even more meaningful in that BamBam regained the top spot in about three weeks after touring the new year’s first K-pop radar weekly chart with ‘Who Are You (Feat. Seulgi of Red Velvet)’. BamBam proves that BamBam is steadily gaining popularity both at home and abroad, so more attention is being paid to her future steps as a ‘solo singer.’

In response, K-Pop Radar said, “He is a solo singer who is showing great popularity.

Also, on this week’s K-Pop Radar music video chart, fromis_9’s ‘DM,’ VICTON’s ‘Chronograph,’ and Whee In’s ‘Mysterious’ topped the 2nd, 4th, and 5th places, respectively. Yena Choi’s debut song, ‘SMILEY (Feat. BIBI)’, ranked 6th. 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 a large-scale fandom expansion, also drew attention.

On the weekly fandom chart for the third week of this week, BamBam, who took the top spot on the music video chart, also showed a strong trend on the Twitter chart, rising two places to fourth place. In addition, the girl group aespa, which is showing great popularity at home and abroad, climbed four places to 8th place.

On the other hand, K-Pop Radar is a fandom data professional service opened by music startup Space Audi to help you understand fandom data at a glance following the rapid growth of K-Pop. Currently, 663 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.

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