[Reporter Jeong-eun Sung on Daily Economy Star Today]
Brave Girls’ ‘Rollin’, a girl group who wrote another myth of running backwards, also ranked first on the Gaon Charts and Billboard K-Pop Charts, showing a crushing trend.
On the 25th, the Korea Music Contents Association, which operates Gaon Chart, announced that ‘Rollin’ topped the digital charts and streaming charts in the 12th week of this year (counting period 14-20). On the streaming chart, it ranked first for two weeks in a row, and for the first time on the digital chart, beating Lim Young-woong’s ‘My Boy Like a Starlight’.
“Rollin” US Billboard is pushing 24 (Reuters) – “Celebrity’ at the latest’ K Pop 100” chart top public kept for seven weeks IU was crowned number one.
Billboard added that the girl group song ranked #1 on this chart for the third time following Oh My Girl ‘Slightly Excited’ and BLACKPINK ‘How You Like That’.
The K-Pop 100 chart is a chart that ranks the most popular K-pop in Korea every week based on figures such as streaming, music sales, radio, and television data.
Brave Girls’ ‘Rollin’ is a song released in March 2017, and the video of the military unit consolation performance uploaded on YouTube became a hot topic and started to write the myth of reverse driving through word of mouth. Earlier this month, it swept No. 1 on music charts such as Melon, Genie Music, Flo, and Bugs, and then rose to No. 1 on music broadcasts.
Now, the stories of the members that they gave up and removed their luggage at the hostel are added, and the support of the fans is hot.
Photo courtesy of Brave Entertainment
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