T Aras Mv For Whats My Name Tops Chinas Yinyuetai Chart

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T-ara's MV for 'What's My Name?' tops China's YinYueTai Chart
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T-ara's MV for 'What's My Name?' tops China's YinYueTai Chart

T-ara's popularity in China is still soaring high!

The girl group recently released their final album before disbandment. Two days after the release, the MV for T-ara's new title song ''What's My Name" - a pop dance track produced by Brave Brothers - gained more than 630,000 views and took #1 on China's major music site YinYueTai Chart. 

SEE ALSO: T-ara asks fans "What's My Name?" in full Music Video

If you haven't yet, you can check out the MV here. Congratulations T-ara!

T-aras Whats My Name MV Tops Chinese Music Charts Just 2 Days After Release
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T-aras Whats My Name MV Tops Chinese Music Charts Just 2 Days After Release

Girl group T-ara have proven their popularity in China once again!

On June 14, T-ara released their 13th mini album Whats My Name as well as the music video for the title song with the same name. In just two days after its release, the music video recorded over 630,000 views on Chinas largest music site, YinYueTai, and recorded first place on the site.

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My Name Is is a pop dance song written by Brave Brothers. Meanwhile, T-ara began promotions for the song on June 15 on Mnets M! Countdown.

BTS Tops Oricons Daily Chart For 4th Consecutive Time With Blood, Sweat Tears Single
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BTS Tops Oricons Daily Chart For 4th Consecutive Time With Blood, Sweat Tears Single

BTS has topped Oricons daily single chart with their new Japanese single.

Statistics that were released on May 11 show that BTSs seventh Japanese single Blood, Sweat Tears, which was released on May 10, has topped the daily single chart with 141,243 copies sold.

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This is BTSs fourth consecutive single to top the daily charts following 2015s For You and I Need U (Japanese Version), and 2016s Run (Japanese Version).

BTS's Japanese version of 'Blood, Sweat, & Tears' tops Oricon chart 2 days straight + sells over 200,000 copies
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BTS's Japanese version of 'Blood, Sweat, & Tears' tops Oricon chart 2 days straight + sells over 200,000 copies

The Japanese version of BTS's "Blood, Sweat, Tears" topped Oricon's Daily Single Chart for the 2nd day in a row!

SEE ALSO: BTS make their first appearance on a Japanese variety show through 'Sukkiri'

The single, which was released on May 10, has remained on the #1 spot on Oricon for 2 days straight, also recording an impressive 223,082 copies sold physically. The Japanese single also managed to top World iTunes charts in 13 countries upon release.

The single album 'Blood, Sweat, Tears' also contains the Japanese versions of "Spring Day" and "Not Today".

SEVENTEEN Tops Billboard K-Pop Best Selling Album Chart of the Week!
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SEVENTEEN Tops Billboard K-Pop Best Selling Album Chart of the Week!

SEVENTEEN is the best performing K-pop album this week on Billboard's World Album Chart. The K-pop group's comeback album "AI1" entered the charts last week and maintained its strong performance this week.

Based on its Billboard World Album Chartsstanding, SEVENTEEN landed on the #4 spot this week, which is a slight slip from its #2 spot last week. SEVENTEEN is joined by other Korean acts ASTRO, AOMG's Loco and BTS who took the 6th, 7thand 8thspots this week.

SEVENTEEN has earlier been lauded by Billboard for being one of the most innovative K-pop acts in the industry. Its latest comeback "AI1" was praised by reviewers for its courage in changing up the group's style from its normal dancey vibe to take on an edgier approach with its EDM track "Don't Wanna Cry."