1st place in Ive “Normal” on music charts with pre-released song “Kitchee”
Ive won the No. 1 major domestic music site (melon, Bugs, Genie tally / as of 11 a.m. on the 28th) with the pre-released song “Kitsch” of its first full-length album “I’ve I’ve IVE.”
At 11 p.m., five hours after its release, “Kitche” topped all music sites, including Melon TOP100, Genie, and Bugs.
In particular, in the case of Melon, it even held a meaningful record that it was the fastest song released by Ive to top the TOP100.
Ive’s solo performance began at 11 p.m., and as of 11 a.m. on the 28th, Ive also topped three major music sites and Naver VIBE’s domestic surge chart, showing off its “return to music queen.”
In addition, as of 8 a.m. on the 28th, they ranked first in Melon’s real-time search terms, making the comeback highly popular.
Domestic reactions to music videos with a colorful and free atmosphere are also hot. The music video of “Kitch” recorded nearly 1 million views an hour after its release.
Not only has it become a ‘popular video’ on YouTube, but it has also received 7 million views in about 17 hours since it was released, which is good It has recorded about 460,000 copies (as of 11 a.m. on the 28th), and is receiving as much love as the music source.
Ive’s ‘music queen’ aspect does not stop at the pre-release song ‘Kitche’. Eleven, the title track of Ive’s first single album and debut song, has remained on Melon’s TOP100 chart for 68 weeks (top four).
Ive’s second single album title song “LOVE DIVE,” which topped the Melon annual chart last year, has been on the Melon TOP100 for 51 weeks (top of the highest ranking), showing strong popularity that has not cooled down for nearly a year.
“After LIKE,” a million-selling album and the title song of the third single album, is also on Melon TOP100 in its 31st week of release (highest ranking).
In addition to Melon, Ive’s “Eleven,” “Love Dive” and “After Like” are still in the TOP100, proving that Ive Syndrome is currently in progress.
In particular, “Love Dive” and “After Like” have established themselves as steady-selling songs trusted and listened to by the public, showing off their potential to remain in the top 50 on all three sites of Melon, Genie, and Bugs (as of 11 a.m. on the 28th).
As such, Ive has been aiming for four consecutive mega hits with an unusual response from the pre-released song “Kitche.” At the same time, it once again raised the status of the position-based girl group, which lifted 74 trophies at home and abroad in its second year of debut, proving the value of numbers and records directly with music.
As a result, keen attention is being paid to Ive’s first full-length album “I Have Ive,” which will be officially released on the 10th.
Meanwhile, Ive’s first full-length album “I’ve IVE” will be released at 6 p.m. on April 10.