BABYMONSTER Ranked 69th in Spotify Global Chart, Highest Record for K-pop Girl Groups in 2024

“Sheesh”, the latest title of BABYMONSTER, has entered Spotify's Daily Top Songs chart, proving the interest of music fans worldwide.

According to Spotify’s data on April 2, BABYMONSTER’s latest title track “Sheesh” has risen to 69th place on the Daily Top Songs Global chart with approximately 1.76 million streams on its release day. This is the highest entry record among K-pop girl group songs released in 2024. In addition, it ranked 33rd on Korea’s Top Songs chart.

Spotify is the world’s largest music streaming platform. BABYMONSTER, with a full 7 members line-up after the addition of Ahyeon, has garnered strong anticipation for their music world, showcasing overwhelming vocal and rap abilities and building solid trust with fans.


Especially noteworthy is the steepest upward trajectory among the songs they’ve released so far. Previously, they set a new milestone in K-pop by surpassing 10 million streams in just 10 days with ‘”Batter Up”. Meanwhile, “Sheesh” is seeing a significant increase in streaming numbers compared to before, raising expectations for its future trajectory.

On the other hand, BABYMONSTER released their 1st mini-album “[BABYMONS7ER]” at midnight on April 1. The album has so far ranked high on the iTunes Worldwide Album Chart, and on China’s QQ Music’s Rising Chart and Trending Index Chart. Notably, alongside the title “Sheesh”, B-side songs from the album ranked high as well. The music video for “Sheesh” has also surpassed 40 million views on YouTube.

With this album as a turning point, BABYMONSTER are actively engaging in activities as a 7-member complete group. Starting with appearances on music shows such as SBS’s “Inkigayo” on the 7th, the girl group will interact with fans through various contents and fan signing events. 

They are also expanding their scope to the global market with fan meeting tours in five Asian cities, including Tokyo in Japan, Jakarta in Indonesia, Singapore, Taipei, and Bangkok in Thailand, and are also set to appear in one of Japan’s largest music festivals – “Summer Sonic 2024”.

Source: Daum

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