PSY topped the K-pop radar music video weekly chart for three consecutive weeks with its new song “That That (prod. & feat. SUGA of BTS).”
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Psy’s “That That” music video topped the list for three consecutive weeks with 35.26 million views during the 20th week of K-pop radar (May 8, 2022 to May 14, 2022), setting a record as a top artist in name and reality.
In particular, Psy’s “That That” music video this week proved its continued popularity with higher views than in the first week of its release, and Psy’s mega-hit “Gangnam Style,” which was released in 2012, about 10 years ago, is also receiving high views and ranking fifth.
In addition, as a result of K-pop radar’s analysis, Korea accounted for 19.1% of the views on Cy Young videos released on YouTube, followed by Mexico with 7.6% in Mexico, 7.6% in India, 5.7% in Indonesia, and 5.1% in the U.S. In response, K-pop Radar said, “As a meeting of top global artists, it has topped the music video chart for three consecutive weeks,” adding, “It will soon surpass 150 million views.”
In this week’s K-pop radar music video chart, girl group LESSERAFIM’s “FEARLESS” has remained in second place for two consecutive weeks, while TXT’s new song “Good Boy Gone Bad” has been ranked third.
The K-pop radar music video chart containing detailed data can be found on the K-pop radar website.
Following the music video chart, the “Weekly Fandom Chart,” which reveals artists who recorded large-scale fandom expansion, also drew attention.
In the 20th week’s weekly fandom chart, TXT, which ranked third on the K-pop radar music video chart with its comeback, rose three notches to the top 10 on the Spotify chart and rose seven notches to the fifth place on the TikTok follower chart.