N-Hyphen, ‘Rising Artist’ selected by K-Pop Radar ‘Remarkable Popularity’ to 1st place on the weekly music video chart

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Boy group ENHYPEN topped the K-Pop Radar music video weekly chart with the new song ‘Blessed-Cursed.’

Nhyphen’s ‘Blessed-Cursed’ music video took the top spot with about 13.56 million views during the 3rd week of K-Pop Radar’s counting period (January 9, 2022 – January 15, 2022).

In particular, it is even more meaningful in that N-Hyphen is receiving attention as it ranks first on the K-Pop radar weekly chart for the first time since its debut in 2020. In addition, N-Hyphen is drawing attention as it has recently been selected as a rising artist selected by KPA Radar.

N-Hyphen’s ‘Blessed-Cursed’ music video boasted great popularity, surpassing 5 million views in about 12 hours after its release.

In response, K-Pop Radar said, “They are a boy group that is building a strong fan base, and their popularity at home and abroad is surprising.”

Also, on this week’s K-Pop Radar music video chart, Future Boy’s ‘Marvelous’ and Momoland’s ‘Yummy Yummy Love’ took the 2nd and 3rd places, respectively, and the new song’s upward trend was remarkable. 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 Instagram chart of the weekly fandom chart for the third week of this week, BLACKPINK’s Jisoo, who is appearing in the drama, climbed two places and ranked third. In addition, N-Hyphen, which took the top spot on the music video chart, was also strong on the Spotify chart, proving its explosive influence when it rose six places to 8th place.

Meanwhile, K-Pop Radar is a fandom data specialized service opened by music startup Space Oddity to understand fandom data at a glance following the rapid growth of K-Pop. Currently, 658 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.

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