Today’s K-pop: Girls’ Generation Taeyeon, Single

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Girls’ Generation’s Taeyeon is back with a new song, ‘Weekend’ on Tuesday.
The singer discussed his new song through SM Entertainment and presented it as a song that can be listened to and uplifting the atmosphere.

“I’m happy to be able to release an upbeat song after a long time,” she said. With a light heart, I was able to work with a smile and wanted to share more of the sound energy. During the recording, she tried to feel as comfortable as possible so that listeners could feel the same.

Her fans eagerly await to see her perform on a TV music show and have asked to see her dance moves with the dancers.

“It expresses the desire to go somewhere,” he added. And her family, who filmed the music video on the location that recreated the plane’s interior, felt good because the epidemic had made it too long.

Taeyeon said, “I hope the new song will help you spend a cramped weekend.”

BTS Remains at No. 1 on Oricon Charts for 3 Weeks

According to statistics released on Tuesday, BTS remained at number one for the third time on the Oricon Weekly Albums chart.
The group’s top album ‘BTS, The Best’ sold 27,000 copies last week, cementing its place on the top charts for a week. This album is the first album to top the charts for three weeks in a row this year.

The album peaked at number one on the charts selling 782,000 copies in its first week of release, becoming the best-selling album in Japan in its first week of the year. It also replaced the record for Japan’s fourth-best-selling LP “Map of the Soul: 7 ~ The Journey ~” by an international male artist in its first week at 564,000.

‘BTS, The Best’ consists of 23 songs that chronicle all the songs the group has released in Japan, including the huge hit ‘Dynamite’ since August 2020.

Black Pink Adds Another Song To List Of Over 300 Streams

According to YG Entertainment on Tuesday, Black Pink’s song As If It’s Last has amassed more than 300 million streams on Spotify as of Monday.

The song, a dance number taken from the band’s name EP from 2017, was one of YouTube’s top 25 global hits this summer, and the music video was voted the best K-pop video of the year. The video surpassed 1 billion YouTube views in April, three years and ten months after its release.

The group has now added to the list of “Kill This Love,” “How You Like That,” “Ddu-du Ddu-du,” “Ice Cream,” and Jennie’s single “Solo,” including six songs that have reached this milestone.

The quartet boasts 16 songs with over 100 million streams on the platform, and many of the songs from her debut album “The Album” are getting close to their goal. Blackpink currently has over 22.87 million followers on Spotify and is ranked #31 in the first week of July.

Yen hyphen, first single drop in Japan

Enhyphen released its first single in Japan on Tuesday, Belief Lab announced.
The title is “Border: Hakanai,” which is translated temporarily and consists of three tracks from “Let Me,” the Japanese version of “Given-Taken,” the lead single from their Korean debut album “Border: Day One.” In “Another track. From the same album and new song, “Forget Me Not.”

“Forget Me Not” is the boy group’s first Japanese single and was selected as the opening lead single from the TV anime “Re-Main.”

The 7-member cast gained popularity in Japan long before its official appearance in Japan. Their debut EP “Border: Day One” topped Oricon’s Daily Album Chart and iTunes Top Albums Chart in Japan last year. Since last week, she has been actively promoting the new song, placing ads outside the Shibuya 109 main store, a flagship store in central Tokyo, and opening pop-up stores in two stores.

N Hyphen will feature a Japanese version of “Given-Taken” on a Japanese TV music show next month.

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