K-Pop Radar is a tracker that shows the growth of K-pop idols and groups' social media platforms. To show the growth, K-Pop Radar ranks the groups in a monthly and weekly chart. From BTS, EXO, ASTRO, and TXT, read on to know the 30 male K-pop acts who gained the most new Twitter followers in Feb. 2021.
BTS is the K-Pop Group That Gained the Most New Twitter Followers in February 2021
BTS is not only the male K-pop artist that gained the most Twitter followers in Feb. They are overall the K-pop group that grew the most on the platform. In Feb., BTS gained 681,782 new followers. By the end of the month, their total follower count was recorded to be 33,248,799. As of press time, 33.7 million followers.
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BTS actually has two Twitter accounts, one run by Big Hit Entertainment and one the members can use to share their own photos and updates. The one that the members use is more popular, as it is more intimate and personal. The members take the time to share photos and often give thanks to their fans when they receive awards.
The member BTS account is following 143 accounts and has over 12,500 tweets.
TXT Follows after BTS as the Second Most Twitter Account to Gain New Followers in February 201
It appears the Big Hit Entertainment boy group are on a rise! Following after BTS is their junior, TXT, who gained 277,813 new Twitter followers in Feb., bringing their end of the month follower count at 7,175,920.
As of press time, TXT has 7.3 million followers. TXT is the second overall K-pop group to gain the most followers in the month.
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Like BTS, TXT has two Twitter accounts, one run by Big Hit Entertainment and one the members used to share their own photos and updates. And just like BTS, the Twitter account run by the TXT members is more popular among fans as it is more intimate and personal.
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TXT is currently following eight accounts and has 1,552 tweets.
These are the Top 30 Male K-Pop Artists Who Gained The Most New Twitter Followers in February 2021
1. BTS (681,782 gained)
2. TXT (277,813 gained)
3. EXO (274,854 gained)
4. Stray Kids (272,609 gained)
5. GOT7's Bambam (255,709 gained)
6. GOT7's Mark (233,297 gained)
7. GOT7's Jackson (228,200 gained)
8. NCT (227,505 gained)
9. ENHYPEN (200,846 gained)
10. NCT 127 (197,878 gained)
11. NCT Dream (178,325 gained)
12. EXO's Baekhyun (173,588 gained)
13. GOT7's Youngjae (169,802 gained)
14. ASTRO (163,737 gained)
15. SEVENTEEN (160,489 gained)
16. GOT7 (136,688 gained)
17. TREASURE (122,074 gained)
18. GOT7's JB (108,087 gained)
19. ATEEZ (106,920 gained)
20. THE BOYZ (93,629 gained)
21. SHINee (91,728 gained)
22. WayV (82,455 gained)
23. MONSTA X (81,254 gained)
24. SuperM (78,452 gained)
25. EXO's Lay (75,931 gained)
26. GOT7's Yugyeom (69,078 gained)
27. Jay Park (49,663 gained)
28. DAY6's Jae (44,239 gained)
29. Wonho (40,941 gained)
30. DAY6 (34,709 gained)
Did your favorite male K-pop artists make the top 30?
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Written by Alexa Lewis