FIFTY FIFTY’s “Cupid” Becomes First K-Pop Girl Group Song to Enter Top 10 of Official Single Chart
FIFTY FIFTY’s “Cupid” has achieved an incredible feat by becoming the first K-pop girl group song to enter the top 10 of the official single chart.
According to the official chart released on the 5th, FIFTY FIFTY’s title track “Cupid” from their first single “The Beginning: Cupid,” released on February 24th, ranked 9th on this week’s single chart top 100 (May 5-11). This is a new record for a K-pop girl group to enter the top 10, rising 9 steps from 18th place last week.
The highest record for a K-pop girl group on the UK Official Chart was BLACKPINK’s collaboration with Lady Gaga, “Sour Candy,” which ranked No. 17 in 2020.
Thus, FIFTY FIFTY’s “Cupid” has been setting new records by staying on the chart for 6 consecutive weeks, starting from 96th place, then rising to 61st, 34th, 26th, 18th, and now 9th on the official single chart top 100.
Carl Smith of OfficialCharts.com analyzed, “The success of ‘Cupid,’ which has become the first K-pop girl group to enter the top 10, proves the popularity of this genre is steadily growing in the UK.”
Recently, FIFTY FIFTY’s “Cupid-Twin ver.” has been recording new achievements, ranking within the top 10 on Spotify’s ‘Daily Top Songs’ global, US, and UK charts, as well as the ‘Triple TOP 10.’ Additionally, “Cupid Twin Ver.-Sped up ver.” has made a surprising return to the top spot on the ‘Daily Viral Songs’ chart, and the fans are eagerly anticipating how high FIFTY FIFTY’s record will climb.