Along with the numerous achievements BTS has made in recent times, the Kpop sensation has now been announced as the most popular group on Idol Chart’s ‘Acha Ranking’. Prior to this, the septet also became the most mentioned Kpop group in the world on Twitter. Read on to know more.
BTS: Most Popular Group on Idol Chart
In the 3rd week of July (July 23 – July 29), Kpop group BTS placed # 1 on the ‘Acha Ranking’ of Idol Chart with 19,658 points, including 1,727 points in sales/distribution, 14,316 points on YouTube, with 3,425 social media points.
What is Acha Ranking?
The ‘Acha Ranking’ chart measures the influence and recognition of an artist by fully measuring the sales of their albums, digital music streaming, radio streaming number, and social media engagement and activities.
BTS on Top in Acha Ranking
With BTS always hitting the US Billboard ‘Hot 100’ chart with their songs “Butter” and “Permission to Dance “, it’s no surprise that they are earning strong sales/distribution.
SM Entertainment’s latest girl group Aespa came in second with a total of 7,838 points. Solo artist IU (total 7,222), Brave Girls (5,207 total), JYP Entertainment’s TWICE (3,922 total), Girls Generation’s Taeyeon (3,470 total), Lim Young Woong (total 3,360) , Lee Moo Jin (3,162 total), Oh My Girl (2,959 total) and BLACKPINK (total 2,901) followed close, respectively.
BTS: Most mentioned group on Twitter
BTS becomes the most talked about K-pop group in the world on Twitter; NCT, BLACKPINK, TXT, double in the top 10
Posted: Jul 30, 2021 – 12:03 PM IST Updated: Jul 30, 2021 – 12:04 PM IST.
K-pop continues to dominate the conversation on Twitter around the world, or at times never seen before. The rise of #KpopTwitter continues to be reflected in chat prices, and last year between July 1, 2020, to June 30, 2021, there were 7.5 billion Tweets per K-pop, setting another record for the largest number of Tweets annually related to K- pop.
Yeon Jeong Kim, Head of Global K-pop Partnerships on Twitter, said, “Whether it’s the world’s most powerful institutions or emerging stars, K-pop fans talk and engage with their favourite artists on #KpopTwitter. Traditionally, we’ve seen an amazing rise in K-pop worldwide, but this trend is not new on Twitter as we have seen the growth of the conversation in person. We will continue to work with artists and their labels to bring more content to the K-pop community. ”