[Reporter Shin Young-eun, Daily Economy Star Today]

BTS’s dynamite class race continues.

BTS ‘Dynamite’ music video again topped the chart of the 5th week of K-Pop Radar 2021 (January 24 to January 30).

As a result, BTS is on the top of the K-pop radar nine times with only a single song of ‘Dynamite’. In August of last year, BLACKPINK’s ‘How You Like That’ won 5 times, but BTS broke the record with ‘Dynamite’, writing a new history. It is a big suggestion in that it remains firmly at the top even when large artists continue to release new songs.

Accordingly, K-Pop Radar said, “The weekly views of the ‘Dynamite’ music video are not different from the record of the last 4 weeks by 50,000 views. This is an unusual record globally beyond K-Pop.”

K-pop radar also added, “If it is the current trend, the shortest 1 billion views will also be possible.”

Among them, on the K-Pop Radar Weekly Chart, the comeback performance of large singers was remarkable. First ‘Celebrity’ (celebrities) the music video of IU has recorded 1,676 million views and chased behind bulletproof Boy Scouts.

Following this, Hyuna’s ‘I’m Not Cool’ recorded 9.98 million views, ranking in 3rd place, and Dreamcatcher’s ‘Odd Eye’ with 9.97 million views, entering 4th place.

In addition to this, Psy’s ‘Gangnam Style’ (9,900,000 views), BLACKPINK’s ‘How You Like That’ (8,29 million views), BTS’s ‘Boy With Luv’ (7.7 million views), BLACKPINK’s ‘DDU-DU DDU-DU’ (7.6 million views), BTS’s ‘Life Goes On’ (761 million views), BLACKPINK’s ‘Kill This Love (Kill This) Love)’ (7.51 million views) also topped the top 10.

On the other hand, K-Pop Radar is a fandom data specialized service that was opened by music startup Space Audition to allow users to grasp fandom data at a glance following the rapid growth of K-pop. Currently, the amount of change in music video views, YouTube subscribers, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook followers, online fan forum members, etc. of 592 Korean artists teams is provided through web services in the form of graphs and charts. Recently, we made an official partnership agreement with Twitter and released the ‘2020 #KpopTwitter World Map’, which attracted a lot of attention.

shinye@mk.co.kr

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