Monsta X, K-Pop Radar ‘Artist of the Month’

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Top Daily Reporter Seo Sang-Hyun = Boy group MONSTA X was selected as ‘Artist of the Month’ by K-Pop Radar.

On the 9th, K-Pop Radar said, “Monsta X’s ‘Gambler’ music video surpassed 5 million views within 9 hours of its release, and then surpassed 10 million views within 20 hours.” Proven MONSTA X was selected as the artist of the month.

Monsta X, who released their ninth mini-album last month, broke their record by achieving 197,000 copies in the first week. In addition to album sales, Monsta X’s official Instagram followers increased by 112,000 over the past month, earning a feat of exceeding 5.8 million cumulative.

Monsta X’s Twitter followers also exceeded 4.7 million, showing unstoppable growth even in the 7th year of their debut. Spotify’s followers also exceeded 3.5 million, proving that they are a trending global idol.

In response, K-Pop Radar said, “It took 50 hours for ‘Love Killa,’ released in November of last year, to reach 10 million views, but ‘Gambler’ achieved 10 million views in 20 hours. It’s a growing record.”

He added, “As a result of analyzing the number of YouTube views that Monsta X has received over the past three months, Mexico has the most views,” he added. In fact, according to K-Pop Radar’s analysis, it can be seen that only 28.5% of the total hits came from the US, Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina.

In addition to this, in the ‘YouTube Views Chart of the Month’ following last month, BTS’ ‘Butter’ took first place with 135,279,618 views, and TWICE and EXO entered the 2nd and 3rd places respectively, attracting attention. attracted

Next, in the ‘Hot Issue of the Month’ section, the news that EXO’s official YouTube channel subscribers exceeded 8 million, and BTS Suga’s ‘August D’ broke 5 million followers.

In addition, in the preview of ‘July’s Hot Issue,’ BTS’ ‘Save ME’ achieved 600 million views and NCT U’s ‘Make A Wish’ 200 million views. Seventeen members Joshua, Seungkwan, and Vernon will both surpass 3 million followers. it was predicted that

On the other hand, K-Pop Radar is a music startup that introduced “Duckmate, Blip,” a fan platform receiving a hot response from the K-pop fandom for the music industry. It is a free open service.

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