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In lieu with that we compiled, the top 10 K-pop Beat maps that we love; for the newbies and experts that are fans of the said genre.
SOLO – Jennie (BLACKPINK)
released on November 12, is the first solo music from a BLACKPINK member, and it celebrates the sentiments of being independent following the end of a relationship.
According to billboard hits, Jennie describes the song’s theme as “being true to oneself and being confident.” “I hope listeners embrace the message and love the song as much as I did.”
PSYCHO – RED VELVET
When Red Velvet released “Psycho” at the tail end of 2019, no one knew what the new year would bring. But hidden behind the rich harmonies, arpeggiating synthesizers, and fluffy falsettos is an unmistakable eerieness, a little off-kilter tension inherent to the quintet’s most dynamic work. Red Velvet’s sweet spot is the push and pull between furious and playful, dazzling and soulful, and “Psycho” is an intriguing combination of both their up-tempo pop and refined R&B sensibilities with a trap-friendly rhythm and a brighter, more sweeping chorus.
I CAN’T STOP – TWICE
We enjoy how ‘I CAN’T STOP ME’ establishes the nostalgic tone for the remainder of the album, with the subsequent tracks expanding on the project’s message: push the limit and venture outside of your comfort zone. We particularly like how this slogan ties the entire 13-track CD together. Furthermore, the recent trend of vintage and 80s influenced synth making its way back into KPOP and replacing the heavy trap sounds we heard in the first part of the year has been a welcome surprise.
LOVE SHOT – EXO
The sonic bets paid off: the Love Shot repackage has already dominated iTunes charts from Thailand to the United States, expanding on the record-breaking popularity of its predecessor Tempo. Six years into their careers, EXO members are still going strong, with Love Shot indicating a fresh high point for the boy band.
DYNAMITE – BTS
Even if you don’t listen to a lot of mainstream music, you’ve probably heard of the K-pop boy band BTS. You may also be familiar with the band’s late-summer smash “Dynamite,” which created history when it debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 list — and then made history again when it earned the band a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo or Group Performance.
First, the single held steady at No. 1 for two weeks — a true feat in a year when most of us have probably been suffering from massive attention deficits — then fell to No. 2 in weeks three and four, then bounced back up to No. 1, kicking off October with, as the song itself declares, “a little funk and soul.” “Dynamite” dominated the charts for six weeks straight — a feat that seemed unheard of just six months ago.
HIP – MAMAMOO
MAMAMOO’s music video for “HIP” received 300 million views on YouTube on November 12th, KST. “HIP” is the title track from MAMAMOO’s second complete album ‘Reality in BLACK,’ and it has been a favorite of many global fans since its debut in November of 2019.
MAMAMOO’s distinctive honest and confident charms are on display in “HIP,” a song that blends rhythmical brass and string tones.
ADIOS – EVERGLOW
EVERGLOW supporters have no chill when it comes to cheering on their favorites and assisting them in reaching a YouTube milestone. The monster tookies just surpassed 100 million views for two MVs in a single day.
According to Koreaboo, EVERGLOW reached 100 million views for two of their MVs in less than 24 hours, which is the first time any female group has ever accomplished such a milestone.
NEW FACE – PSY
PSY launched his eighth album, 4=8, on Wednesday (May 10), only months before the fifth anniversary of “Gangnam Style,” along with two viral-ready music videos for the twin songs “New Face” and “I Luv It.”
The two music videos are zany, star-studded backgrounds to the high-energy tunes, as expected from the showman.
“I Luv It” is a retort to detractors, and the video depicts PSY strutting his way through a number of locations, including a traditional Korean village, while a counter ticks away at billions of YouTube views, a nod to PSY’s 2012 smash, which is still YouTube’s most-watched video of all time.
KILL THIS LOVE – BLACKPINK
With one of the greatest 24-hour YouTube debuts under their belt, as well as the biggest-ever premiere event, BLACKPINK’s “Kill This Love” video’s first day of views were unquestionably going to be massive. The streaming site has now announced that the K-pop foursome had the largest-ever music video debut, and fans are overjoyed.
YouTube previously verified to Billboard that “Kill This Love” had the greatest music-video premiere in YouTube history, with 56.7 million views in the first 24 hours, surpassing Ariana Grande’s previous mark of 55.4 million views in the first day with “Thank U, Next.”
POP/STARS – KDA, MADISON BEER, (G)I-DLE, AND MORE
Riot’s first foray into the world of K-pop, “POP/STARS,” was a huge hit with both League and general music fans when it was released in 2018. Voiced by prominent singers such as Madison Beer, Jaira Burns, and the Korean group (G)I-DLE, the group took off and created a fresh buzz around the company’s music production side.
Within less than 48 hours of its publication on YouTube, the group’s debut music video for “POP/STARS” received an amazing 13 million views. The music video has over 452 million views as of today and is the most popular video on the League’s official YouTube page.
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