Girl group NewJeans took first place for two weeks in a row on the weekly fandom chart of the K-pop chart show ‘K-POP RADAR,’ which is broadcast across the United States.
K-pop chart program ‘K-pop Radar’ is the first regular American radio program in the history of K-pop and is drawing attention. On the 6th, the K-pop Radar Weekly Fandom Chart was announced.
On this chart, New Jeans’ ‘Ditto’ retook first place following last week. New Jeans’ “Dito” music video recorded about 5.48 million views during the 5th week of December (December 23, 2022, to December 29, 2022) of K-Pop Radar.
New Jeans’ Spotify followers also increased by 100,000 during the week. Considering that the number of Spotify followers of K-pop artists increased by an average of 2,600 during the same period, it is a surprising number.
In addition, during the 5th week of December of K-Pop Radar, New Jeans’ official Twitter followers increased by about 37,000, proving their hot popularity. During the same period, the average number of Twitter followers for all K-pop artists increased by about 1,000.
Regarding this, K-Pop Radar said, “It is a trending idol that boasts a hot popularity by taking first place for two weeks in a row.”
In the TOP 10 of the Weekly Fandom Chart announced by ‘K-Pop Radar’ this week, BLACK PINK’s ‘Shut Down’ succeeded in charting again at No. 2, and Le Seraphim’s ‘ANTIFRAGILE’ )’ rose to No. In addition, Vernon’s ‘Black Eye’ also entered the TOP 10 at number 7, proving its popularity.
‘K-Pop Radar’ is broadcast across the United States for an hour every Thursday at 8:00 PM Eastern Time (ET) through SiriusXM, the largest satellite radio in North America, and 88 Rising, a global media company.
The K-Pop Radar Weekly Trending Chart announced by ‘K-Pop Radar’ is a chart produced by K-Pop Radar (www.kpop-radar.com), a fandom data service of music startup Space Oddity.
The K-Pop Radar Weekly Trending Chart is the only chart dedicated to K-Pop that is created based on data from major global platforms in line with the current situation of K-Pop, where more than 90% of K-Pop is consumed overseas.
It is recognized as a fair and transparent chart by reflecting the number of views and release date of YouTube music videos, as well as the increase and decrease of fandom on major global platforms, such as the increase in Twitter and Instagram followers and the increase in Spotify followers.
The K-Pop Radar Weekly Trending Chart, released on ‘K-Pop Radar,’ can be found on 88 Rising Radio and K-Pop Radar SNS.