These are the 6 Female K-Pop Idols Songs That Were Massive Hits in 2021

Out of all of the songs released by female K-pop artists in 2021, these songs were certified hits!

Keep on reading to see which songs made it to the list!

These are the 6 Female K-Pop Idols Songs That Were Massive Hits in 2021
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1. aespa - 'Next Level'


Next Level debuted at number nine on Gaon Digital Chart but then peaked at number two, earning aespa's their first top ten and top two in the chart.

On the Billboard K-Pop Hot 100, Next Level peaked at number three. In the United States, Nexr Level peaked at number three on the World Digital Song Sales chart.

Additionally, Next Level debuted at number 97 on the Billboard Global 200, then peaked at number 65 in the following week. On the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. chart, Next Level debuted at number 54, then peaked at number 34 the following week.

2. STAYC - 'ASAP'


While ASAP  debuted initially at number 108 on the Gaon Digital Chart in April, it saw a reverse run on the charts in June, peaking at number nine on the said chart. On the Download Chart, it initially debuted at number 35 in April but ascended to number 17 in June.

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On the Billboard K-Pop Hot 100, ASAP debuted at number 70 in April but then rose to number nine in May.

3. Taeyeon - 'Weekend'


Upon release, Weekend peaked at number four on the Gaon Digital Weekly Chart, while the song peaked at number five on the Gaon Digital Monthly Chart. The song also entered the Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 weekly chart at number four, while it peaked at number five on the monthly component chart.

In the United States, Weekend peaked at number seven on the Billboard World Digital Song Sales charts.

4. TWICE - 'Alcohol-Free'


Alcohol-Free
 peaked at number six on the Gaon Digital Weekly chart, while it peaked at number 14 on the Gaon Digital Monthly chart. On the Billboard K-Pop Hot 100, the single peaked at number seven. Meanwhile, in the United States, Alcohol-Free peaked at number 41 on the Billboard Global 200 and at number three on the World Digital Song Sales Chart.

Alcohol-Free also charted in Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, and Singapore.

5. Brave Girls - 'Rollin''


When Rollin' was first released in 2017, the song failed to enter the Gaon Digital Chart. However, the song went viral in 2021 after a YouTuber released a comment compilation and stage mix of the song.

The song soon saw a reverse run on the charts, peaking at number one on both the weekly and monthly Gaon Digital Charts.

In the United States, Rollin' peaked at number 189 on the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. charts. Rollin' also peaked at number 13 on the World Digital Songs chart.

6. IU - 'Celebrity'


Upon release, Celebrity topped the Gaon Digital Chart. Celebrity remained at the top of the charts for six weeks, making it one of the longest songs to remain at number one. In the United States, Celebrity peaked at number 78 on the Billboard Global 200 and at number 190 on the Global Excl. U.S.

Celebrity also charted in Singapore, Malaysia, and New Zealand.

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Alexa Lewis wrote this article.

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