Top 10 Most Mentioned K-pop Singles In Twitter
Twitter is a social platform where people can share their thoughts and communicate with other users worldwide. One topic of discussion is what K-pop singles fans listen to and which ones impact their playlist.
10. ‘Feel Special’ – TWICE
TWICE’s single “Feel Special” revolves around the premise of making a girl feel that she is someone to somebody. The single celebrates its first anniversary as of writing and is one of the talked about singles today.
9. ‘How You Like That’ – BLACKPINK
When “How You Like That” debuted on June 26, 2020, the single was a massive hit for BLACKPINK, following their year-long hiatus. It has been reported that the single is the first to go Gold in Canada.
8. ‘Not By The Moon’ - GOT7
“Not By The Moon” is GOT7’s newest release singles from the group that debuted on April 20, 2020, from their 11th EP “Dye.” The MV for the single is praised by their energetic choreography with artistic touches, the twists of the group members, and how the group draws the moon with their arms bounds an extra touch to their creativity.
7. ‘DNA’ – BTS
BTS released “DNA” three years ago from their fifth EP titled “Love Yourself: Her” is still one of the talked to singles on the platform along with the MV that is full of colors that can light up someone’s day. The single is also one of the most streamed songs on Spotify till today, along with “Boy With Luv,” and “Fake Love.
6. ‘Jopping’ – SuperM
Released on October 4, 2019, the boys of SuerM dominated the K-pop charts with its debut. The group was also invited to “The Ellen Degeneres Show” to perform the track live.
5. ‘Interlude: Shadow’ – BTS
BTS Suga’s solo track for the album “Map of Soul: 7” was released this year on February 2. The single is inspired by Swiss psychologist Carl Jung’s major archetypes of the human mind that make up one’s personality as a whole: Persona, shadow, ego, and self.
4. ‘Black Swan’ – BTS
BTS’ single “Black Swan” was also released this year, as a part of the group’s fourth studio album “Map of Soul: 7” along with a five-minute art film. It was inspired by the movie of the same name starring Natalie Portman. A Twitter user wrote that the song’s meaning is about facing the fear of a point in time if their music and performance do no reach the same level of excitement for them.
3. ‘Boy With Luv’ – BTS
“Boy With Luv” featuring Halsey was released on April 12, 2019, and was voted to be the summer song for most K-pop fans. The MV for the single has now set the record for the fastest Korean boy group to surpass 950 million views on Youtube.
2. ‘On’ – BTS
Released on February 21, 2020, the song follows the idea of standing up to whatever comes your way. It was a commercial success worldwide, having topped local and international music charts.