Girl Group f(x) Tops 6 Countries iTunes Charts with 'Rum Pum Pum Pum'

By Staff Writer | July 30, 2013 08:27 AM EDT

Girl Group f(x) Tops 6 Countries iTunes Charts with 'Rum Pum Pum Pum'
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Girl group f(x) has recently made a comeback with their 2nd album and has been receiving a positive response from all around the world.

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On July 29, the group released their new album, Pink Tape, and their title song, "Rum Pum Pum Pum."

Today, their song is currently ranked number 1 on iTunes in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand and Cambodia on the top albums chart.

They are also ranked number 3 in Hong Kong and number 4 in Japan.

They were even spotted on the U.S. iTunes main album chart at number 53 and gained much attention.

They were also seen at the number 1 spot on the Singapore iTunes Main Single Chart as well.

With all these high rankings after 1 day of the album release, it has proved f(x)'s global popularity.

On the other hand, f(x)  has also been sweeping up music charts in Korea as well.

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