KARA Wins 'Triple Crown' on Japan Biggest Mobile Music Chart

By Staff Writer | October 19, 2012 08:17 AM EDT

KARA Wins 'Triple Crown' on Japan Biggest Mobile Music Chart
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KARA's new song, "Electric Boy" has won the 'triple crown' on Japan's biggest mobile music chart.

On October 17, KARA's new single, Electric Boy, ranked number 1 in 3 categories on the Recochoku chart on the day of its release.

They ranked number 1 on the single download chart, video clip chart and incoming movie chart.

With their new song on the charts, this is their 4th hit song to rank on the Recochoku charts. KARA had beaten Japan artists AKB48 and EXILE.

Also on the day of their release, they ranked number 1 on the Oricon Daily Single Chart as well, showing off their popularity.

KARA is currently busy with activities promoting their new single, Electric Boy.

Tagged :  KARA, Electric Boy, Japan, Music Chart

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