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On August 30, the K-Pop fandom data observer “K-Pop radar” has announced that Stray Kids “Thunderous” is taking the throne of the K-Pop Radar weekly top 10 music video YouTube view chart in week 35 (August 22-28).
K-Pop Radar Weekly Top 10 Music Video YouTube view chart in week 35 (August 22-28)
Stray Kids “Thunderous” MV tops K-Pop Radar Weekly Top 10 Music Video YouTube View Chart (Week 35)
According to the K-pop radar, “Thunderous” MV surpassing 10 million views in just 21 hours, which means a new record for Stray Kids after their hits “Back Door” MV released in September last year reached 10 million views in about 28 hours.
Moreover, Stray Kids also gained more popularity in many fields. Besides gaining views in the music video, Stray Kids’ official Instagram followers have increased by more than 4.57 million over the past eight months, surpassing a cumulative 15.3 million followers.
Undoubtedly, Stray Kids was named the “2020 Scale-Up Artist,” an artist who gained the most followers this year and was first announced on K-pop Radar last year.
According to K-pop Radar, “Stray Kids’ popularity has continued to climb since since Mnet’s Legendary War: Kingdom was aired.” “Not only albums, but also music videos and followers, are all breaking new records as a result of this activity.”
Here are the K-pop Radar weekly Top 10 Music Videos on week 35.
1. Stray Kids “Thunderous.” (New)
Stray Kids “Thunderous” topped the list with 40,840,851 views during the 35th week of K-pop Radar (August 22-28). The boys gained a high response from the fans and topped the K-pop radar weekly chart just three days after their comeback hits “Thunderous” MV was released on August 23.
2. Brave Girls “After We Ride.” (New)
Also, on this week’s K-pop radar weekly chart, Brave Girls come in second place with their new song “After We Drive” music video, which reached 16,884,788 views.
3. Red Velvet “Queendom.”
Red Velvet’s “Queendom” must step down to the third place with additional views of 16,849,346 on its second week.
4. T1419 “FLEX.” (New)
In fourth place is T1419 “FLEX,” which recorded 16,783,160 views for the week.
5. CIX “WAVE.”
CIX’s “WAVE” had to step down to the fifth place with additional views of 14,145,895 on its second week.
6. BTS “Permission to Dance.”
BTS’s “Permission to Dance” had to step down to sixth place this week with additional views of 12,097,253.
7. BTS “Butter.”
BTS’s “Butter” must step down to seventh place this week with additional views of 9,440,238.
8. PSY “Gangnam Style.”
PSY’s “Gangnam Style” remained in eighth place this week, with additional views of 7,799,504.
9. VERIVERY “TRIGGER.” (New)
A new music video from VERIVERY, “TRIGGER” MV, recorded 7,409,485 views in ninth place.
10. KWON EUN BI “Door.” (New)
Finally, round out the top ten, it’s KWON EUN BI; her solo single “Door” MV recorded 7,335,250 views this week.
So, is your Kpop idol(s) on the top 10 list?
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