RIIZE, a rookie group in the K-pop industry, has made a remarkable debut as their first single album, titled “Get A Guitar,” soared to the top of the physical album chart just a month after its release. This achievement marks a significant milestone for the group, as it is their first time claiming the number one spot on the chart. Meanwhile, AKMU continues to dominate the overall digital chart with their popular song “Love Lee,” which maintained its position at the top for yet another week. Additionally, Jungkook of BTS achieved a double crown on the Circle charts, topping the digital download chart with his new single “3D” while his previous single, “Seven,” remained the reigning champion on the Global K-Pop chart. FIFTY FIFTY also maintained their stronghold at the number one spot on the social chart. With these impressive accomplishments, the charts reflect the ever-evolving and diverse landscape of the K-pop industry.
RIIZE’s Debut Single Album Tops Physical Album Chart
RIIZE, a rookie group in the K-pop industry, has achieved a significant milestone with their debut single album “Get A Guitar” topping the physical album chart. This accomplishment marks the first time that RIIZE has reached No. 1 on this chart, highlighting their growing popularity and success.
RIIZE’s debut single album “Get A Guitar” has taken the top spot on the physical album chart, showcasing the group’s rapid rise in the industry. This achievement is particularly impressive considering that RIIZE is a new entrant in the K-pop scene. Meanwhile, ONEUS’s new mini album “La Dolce Vita” made its debut at No. 2, signaling their own success and appeal to fans. Kep1er’s “Magic Hour” entered the chart at No. 3, further demonstrating the diversity of the K-pop music landscape. EXO D.O.’s solo mini album “Expectation” remained strong at No. 4, indicating consistent support from fans. Jeong Dong Won’s “Collection of Props Vol.1” rounded out the top five, showcasing the variety of musical styles present on the chart.
Overall Digital Chart
AKMU continues to maintain their double crown on the Circle charts with their hit song “Love Lee.” This week, they retained the No. 1 position on both the overall digital chart as well as the streaming chart. The success of their B-side track “Fry’s Dream” is evident as it climbed to No. 2 on the overall digital chart. Dynamic Duo and Lee Young Ji’s collaboration “Smoke” from Mnet’s “Street Woman Fighter 2” secured the No. 3 spot, highlighting the appeal of their joint project. NewJeans’ catchy track “Super Shy” held onto its No. 4 position, proving its popularity among listeners. Additionally, BTS Jungkook’s collaboration with Latto titled “Seven” climbed to No. 5, further solidifying his influence in the K-pop music scene.
The top four songs on the streaming chart coincide with the overall digital chart, with AKMU’s “Love Lee” maintaining its No. 1 position. AKMU’s “Fry’s Dream” secured the No. 2 spot, followed by Dynamic Duo and Lee Young Ji’s “Smoke” at No. 3. NewJeans’ hit track “Super Shy” continued to garner attention and held steady at No. 4 on the streaming chart. Finally, NewJeans’ “ETA” rounded out the top five, showcasing the group’s consistent presence in the streaming landscape.
Jungkook, a member of BTS, achieved a double crown on this week’s Circle charts with two different songs. His new single “3D” featuring Jack Harlow topped the download chart, showcasing the widespread appeal of his music. Simultaneously, his previous single “Seven” maintained its stronghold over the Global K-Pop chart, highlighting the sustained popularity of his work. IVE’s pre-release track “Either Way” made its debut at No. 2 on the download chart, illustrating the anticipation surrounding their upcoming release. BTS V’s solo track “Slow Dancing” claimed the No. 3 spot, further adding to the success of the group’s individual members. BTS Jimin’s emotional song “Like Crazy” secured No. 4, further showcasing the group’s influence in the download market. Additionally, ISEGYE IDOL’s track “OVER” entered the chart at No. 5, proving the versatility and diverse range of talent within the K-pop industry.
Global K-Pop Chart
The top four songs on this week’s Global K-Pop chart mirrored those from the previous week, emphasizing the consistency of these popular tracks. The explicit version of Jungkook’s “Seven” maintained its No. 1 position, further solidifying his global appeal to fans. NewJeans’ “Super Shy” secured No. 2, demonstrating their growing international fanbase. The clean version of “Seven” held strong at No. 3, emphasizing the enduring popularity of this track. BTS V’s “Slow Dancing” claimed the No. 4 spot, showcasing his individual success in the global market. Finally, Jungkook’s latest release titled “3D” debuted at No. 5, indicating his ability to consistently captivate listeners around the world.
FIFTY FIFTY continues to dominate the social chart, maintaining their No. 1 position. This group’s ability to engage and interact with fans on social media platforms has significantly contributed to their ongoing success. NewJeans rose to the No. 2 spot, highlighting their growing presence and impact on social media. BLACKPINK, one of the industry’s leading girl groups, demonstrated their strength by securing the No. 3 position on the social chart. Additionally, Jungkook of BTS continued to garner attention and maintained his No. 4 position on the chart. BLACKPINK’s Jisoo rounded out the top five, further illustrating the group’s widespread popularity and influence on social media platforms.
In conclusion, RIIZE’s debut single album topping the physical album chart represents a significant achievement for the rookie group and highlights their potential for future success. Additionally, the success of various artists across the digital, streaming, download, global K-pop, and social charts demonstrates the diversity and breadth of talent within the K-pop industry. These accomplishments further solidify the global influence and appeal of K-pop music, setting the stage for continued growth and innovation within the industry.