Big Bang and Wonder Girls Dominate Music Download Chart

By Staff Writer | June 16, 2012 04:54 PM EDT

Big Bang and Wonder Girls Dominate the Charts
Big Bang and Wonder Girls Dominate the Charts (Photo : .)

Big Bang and Wonder Girls have both released new singles around the same time and both are in a commanding positing within the top 10 of music download chart.

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According to Korea's Gaon Chart, the most downloaded song between June 3 and 9 was Big Bang's ‘Monster’ from their album, ‘Still Alive.’ The single has garnered over 750.000 downloads.

Their other songs, ‘Still Alive,’ ‘Ego,’ and ‘Feeling’ ranked third, fourth and fifth respectively.

Wonder Girls released a new mini-album titled, ‘Wonder Party’ from which ‘Like This,’ shot up to the second spot. It has set over 700,000 downloads.

Their other songs, ‘Girlfriend’ and ‘R.E.A.L.’ are on the eighth and ninth spot, respectively.

A spokesperson from Gaon Charts explained, "It usually takes about 400,000 downloads for a song to reach number one. But Big Bang's newest songs surpassed that easily. Just last week there wasn’t a single song that exceeded 300,000 downloads, but their new songs blew it out of the water."

The former no. 1 of just a week ago tumbled down 9 places to number ten.

Tagged :  Big Bang, Wonder Girls, Monster, Wonder Party, Like This, Still Alive, Gaon Chart

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