‘Infinite Challenge Music Festival’ Number 1 Song on Music Charts
By Staff Writer | November 05, 2013 08:04 AM EST
Songs from MBC entertainment program 'Infinite Challenge Music Festival' (or Jayuro Music Festival) are a big hit, and is recording the top spot on 9 different music charts, and occupies top 10.
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Leech aka Geumary (Park Myung Soo and Primary) announced the song "I Got C," featuring hip hop rapper Gaeko of Dynamic Duo. As of November 4th, the song took the number 1 spot on 9 music charts, including MelOn, Mnet, Soribada, Ole Music, Naver Music, Daum Music, Bugs, Genie, and Monkey 3.
Hyung Yong Don Jyong's (Jung Hyung Don and G-Dragon) song "Going to Try" is number 2 across 10 live music charts. How Do Yoo Two's (Yoo Hee Yeol and Yoo Jae Suk) "Please Don't Go My Girl" stands at number 3.
Other Infinite Challenge Music Festival songs made the top 10 charts including Rose Jaw's (No Hong Chul and Rose Inn) "Call Me Oppa," Double Play's (Jung Joon Ha and Kim C) "Will Be Gone," Seventy Fingers' (HaHa, Jang Gi Ha and the Faces) "Super Jab Cho Man," and G.A.B's (Gil and BoA) "G.A.B."
After the music festival aired on November 2nd, the songs were made available through online music sites. Once the album Infinite Challenge Music Festival was released, it took an all-kill on music charts, and even now, 3 days in, is holding steady.
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