The fourth-generation representative girl group aespa topped the K-pop radar weekly trending chart of K-pop RADAR, a K-pop-only chart show broadcast across the United States.

The K-pop radar weekly trending chart was announced on the 21st, with the K-pop radar program being regularly organized as a U.S. radio program for the first time in K-pop history.

On the chart, girl group aespa, who recently released a new song "Girls" and is active, won the first place.

The music video for aespa's new song "Girls" recorded 67.6 million views during the second week of K-pop radar July (8 July 2022 – 14 July 2022), and added more than 48,000 followers on Spotify.

According to K-pop Radar, the average increase in Spotify followers of K-pop artists during the same period was confirmed to be about 2,300, realizing the hot popularity of aespa.

Instagram followers have also increased by 71,000 and Twitter followers have increased by 46,000, showing amazing influence. Compared to an increase of about 9,400 Instagram followers and 1,700 Twitter followers of K-pop artists during the same period, it is a surprising rise.

K-pop radar said, "It is a record like a girl group representing the era," adding, "It is an artist who is expected to grow in the future based on its solid domestic and international popularity."

In the weekly trending chart released on "K-pop Radar" this week, group SEVENTEEN's "CHEERS" ranked second and Chung Ha's "Sparkling" ranked ninth. BTS's "Yet To Come," which was selected as the artist of the month, is still in third place, boasting hot popularity.

K-pop Radar, along with global media company 88 Rising, airs every Thursday at 8 p.m. for an hour throughout the U.S. on the largest satellite radio SiriusXM channel in North America, and DJ Jamie is in charge.

The K-pop Radar Weekly Trending Chart, which will be announced at "K-pop Radar," is a chart produced by K-pop Radar, a fandom data service of music startup Space Oditi.

The K-pop radar Weekly Trending Chart is the only K-pop-only chart created based on data from global major platforms in line with the current situation of K-pop, where more than 90% are consumed overseas.

It is expected to be a fair and transparent chart reflecting the increase and decrease of fandom on major global platforms such as Twitter and Instagram followers and Spotify followers as well as YouTube music video views and release dates.

The K-pop Radar Weekly Trending Chart, which will be released on "K-pop Radar," can be found on 88 Rising Radio and K-pop Radar SNS.

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