In addition to being one of the most popular boy groups in the Korean music industry, Monsta X has consistently proven to be a hit maker on at least one chart in the United States.Earlier this week, they already stood out as one of the most successful acts from incredibly competitive Asian countries. Billboard Ranking in the United States Now they have won another victory. This once again shows that there is a fan base and institutional support to continuously bring the distinctive East-West blend to the world’s largest music market.
MONSTA X’s new single “One Day” will debut at number 38 in the latest version of the pop airplay chart. BillboardA list of tracks that reach the largest audience on US pop radio stations Korean bands are no wonder in this ranking, and their latest smash is their lead ahead of almost every other name in the country. Helps to go further.
“One Day” is the third song on Monsta X’s pop airplay chart, and that fact will soon be a big win for Korean action. Only one other name from the K-POP capital appears in the tally more than once. So far, BTS has appeared on the roster eight times, increasing its total again in less than a month when Coldplay’s latest single, “My Universe,” debuted.
Several other darlings from South Korea have also been able to record pop radio hits in the United States by appearing on the pop airplay charts, but none of them have done so once. .. Acts like Blackpink, Loona, Psy, and Tomorrow X Together have all won at least one victory so far.
“One Day” is already the second highest chart hit on Monsta X’s pop airplay charts, showing that the future of songs that have just begun from a promotional perspective in the United States may be bright. The band peaked in 26th place. In “Who Do U Love?”, Which culminated in 2019, the song benefited from including hip-hop musician French Montana. Last year, the group returned to the list with their own “You Can’t Hold My”. Finally, “Heart” who managed only one frame at No. 40.
Five songs debuted on this week’s pop airplay chart, with “One Day” at the bottom. To summarize the new songs, Willow (“Meet Me At Hour Spot”, Tyler Call, No. 33), Falco (“Pepas”, No. 34), Nessa Barrett (“I Hope Ur Miserable until” Ur Dead “, No. 36) ) And Giveon (“For Tonight”, No. 37), the final title landed just one space ahead of Monsta X.