2NE1 Continues to Hold Their #1 Spot on Music Charts

By Staff Writer | July 12, 2012 03:06 PM EDT

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2NE1's latest single, "I Love You", had climed up the charts to the #1 spot on music sites soon after its release. 

As of July 11th, "I Love You" has maintained its #1 ranking for real time as well as weekly charts for sites like MelOn, Olleh Music, Mnet, Naver Music, and Cyworld Music.

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The fact that 2NE1 has been able to maintain their status ever since the release of their song on the 4th is impressive especially with so many new releases. With this accomplishment, 2NE1 has surprised many, as the group was able to dominate despite the large number of July comebacks.

On the July 8th broadcasting of SBS's "Inkigayo," 2NE1 gave a fresh performance, complete with sexy dance moves and unconventional fashion, and earned a positive response from the viewing audience. The girls will be promoting "I Love You" for the next three weeks and will definitely continue to win the favor of the public. It is expected that the 2NE1 members will reveal another striking transformation along with a new single.

In other news, 2NE1 will be embarking on their global tour "New Evolution" at the end of the month starting in Seoul on the 28th and 29th.

Tagged :  2NE1, I Love You, New Evolution

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