The group BTS continues the myth of all-kill on the K-Pop radar weekly chart for three weeks in a row.
BTS’ ‘Permission to Dance’ music video recorded about 32.42 million views during the 30th week of K-Pop Radar’s counting period (July 18 – July 24), climbing to the top three weeks in a row.
A K-Pop Radar official said, “It is the first time for an artist to occupy the top spot on the K-Pop Radar weekly chart for three weeks in a row.”
In addition to ‘Permission to Dance,’ the music videos for ‘Butter,’ ‘Dynamite,’ and ‘A Poem for Small Things’ also recorded high views, showing the power of BTS, which accounted for half of the TOP 10.
Among them, TWICE’s ‘What is Love?’, who boarded the train departing from TikTok, recorded 5.46 million views, a significant increase of 1.64 million compared to the previous week, and newly entered the 10th place, attracting attention.
In addition, Psy’s ‘Gangnam Style’ (7.86 million views), Blackpink’s ‘DDU-DU DDU-DU (6.52 million views), and TWICE’s ‘Alcohol-Free’ (5.74 million views) View) and Blackpink’s ‘Kill This Love’ (5.48 million views) took the top 10.
On the other hand, K-Pop Radar is a fandom data professional service that music startup Space Audi opened to grasp fandom data at a glance according to the rapid growth of K-Pop.
Currently, the number of music video views of 640 Korean artist teams, 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. There is.