Many K-pop songs have been dominating music charts and streaming platforms recently. On Friday, March 5, Genie revealed the top 20 most streamed songs by idol groups in the last 24 hours. Keep reading to know if your favorite artists made it to the list this time.
BRAVE GIRLS, SHINee and ONF Top Genie's Most Recent Tally
Surprisingly, BRAVE GIRLS topped the list with their trending track called "Rollin'." Numerous music lovers were stunned to see the said song on top of the tally as it was actually released more than three years ago.
Well, just so you know, the resurgence of their single happened after Brave Entertainment announced that the group would be back to the music scene very soon. "Rollin'" by BRAVE GIRLS were streamed 693,108 times in the last 24 hours.
Coming in second place is SHINee with their comeback track titled "Don't Call Me." Lee Tae Min, Choi Min Ho, Onew and Key finally returned to the limelight, after some years of hiatus, in February. The group's latest single, which was dropped on Feb. 22, got a total of 329,522 streams as of late.
ONF, then, followed SHINee in the third spot with their popular song called "Beautiful Beautiful," which was released on Feb. 24. The said track garnered more than 202,000 streams in the last 24 hours.
"Dynamite" by BTS, which was released on Aug. 21, 2020, nabbed the fourth rank after it amassed a total of 186,116 streams, as per the recent Genie tally. SHINee's "Heart Attack" followed in the fifth spot with more than 147,000 streams.
Other tracks that made it to the Top 10 are "Marry You" by SHINee with 132,306 streams, "Life Goes On" by BTS with 105,421 streams, "Lovesick Girls" by BLACKPINK with 104,134 streams, "Savage Love" by BTS with 93,908 streams and "Boy with Luv" by BTS and Halsey.
iKON, (G)I-DLE and OHMYGIRL also appeared on the list with "Why Why Why," "HWAA" and "Dolphin," respectively. SHINee dominated the said list with their songs called "Kind," "CODE," "Kiss Kiss," "Body Rhythm," "I Really Want You" and "Attention."
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BRAVE GIRLS Fascinated After 'Rollin'' Hit No. 1 After 4 Years
Meanwhile, BRAVE GIRLS members revealed that they are "bewildered" with the sudden popularity of their 2017 single lately. Many K-netizens got interested in the "Rollin'" track after a fan-made compilation video went viral online.
The said clip featured some live performances of the South Korean girl group with some comments from listeners. The compilation video, dedicated to BRAVE GIRLS, has already garnered more than 3 million views on YouTube.
In an interview with tvX, Yujeong said they all felt "dumbfounded" and "overjoyed" after learning about the latest feat of their three-year-old track. The BRAVE GIRLS member divulged that charting on MelOn was actually one of their wildest dreams and they are grateful that their devoted supporters have helped them achieve that. Minyoung, then, shared that all of them got so anxious when "Rollin'" did not sell much when they first promoted it on their music shows. With the resurgence of the said song, the BRAVE GIRLS vowed to continue working hard.
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Written by Nica Vaughn