'Savage' gives aespa Perfect All-Kill, MV crosses 30M views in 24 hours
After making a stellar comeback with 'Savage', fourth-gen K-pop girl-group aespa is breaking all records and charts and making it very clear that sky is the limit with their 'Metaverse' concept. SM Entertainment has made the power move with aespa as the group that made a debut with the single 'Black Mamba', and seems like that has opened a portal to their meta-universe.
Adding on to the concept, aespa released 'Next Level' which became their first song to reach on Flo chart. They are the only fourth-generation girl group to have this achievement. As aespa released their first-ever album, they started breaking so many records that fans have started calling them 'fourth-gen leaders'.
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aespa dominates charts
After recording 400,000 pre-orders before the release of their first mini-album, 'Savage', aespa is making a name for themselves worldwide. With 'Savage' aespa has cast a spell on the K-pop world since the time of its release on October 5. As soon as the song and the album were released, 'Savage' ranked first on real-time charts such as Melon, Genie, and Bugs.
"Savage" by @aespa_official 18:00 KST:— Kpop on Charts (@SerieTV46) October 6, 2021
#1 Genie (=)
#1 Bugs (=)
#1 MelOn Top 100 (+1)
#1 FLO (+1)
It was reported that aespa's 'Savage' became their second song to rank at Number 1 on Flo chart. aespa ranked #1 on five real-time charts namely, MelOn, Genie, Bugs, QQ Music and AWA. In addition to that, 'Savage' appeared on the iTunes Top Albums chart as it topped in 17 regions around the world: Japan, Australia, Brazil, New Zealand, Russia, Denmark, Vietnam, Philippines, India, Peru, Malaysia, Oman, Indonesia, Taiwan, Kazakhstan, Laos, and Mongolia.
'Savage' music video reaches 30 million views
The music video for 'Savage' recorded 30 million views in 24 hours making aespa the third 'most viewed' female K-pop act after Blackpink's Lisa and Rose for 'Lalisa' and 'On the Ground' respectively. With the way aespa is doing at the moment, there is a lot of hope around aespa's future as a girl group.
MOST VIEWED 2021 KPOP FEMALE ARTISTS MUSIC VIDEOS IN THE FIRST 24 HOURS:— Kpop Girls Charts (@kpopggsuperior) October 6, 2021
#1 #LISA - LALISA (73.6M)
#2 #ROSÉ - On The Ground (41.6M)
#3 #aespa - Savage (30.7M)
#4 #aespa - Next Level (25.1M)
#5 #TWICE - Alcohol-Free (19.9M)
#6 #RedVelvet - Queendom (16.2M)
'Savage' has become the first girl group song released in the year 2021 to achieve Realtime All-Kill on music charts. This means that aespa is the first girl group from 2021 to chart on all real-time charts making their way to achieving a Perfect All-Kill in no time. Perfect All-Kill or PAK is a music chart achievement in South Korea where a song simultaneously reaches number one on the real-time, daily, and weekly components of iChart, a music chart ranking aggregator operated by Instiz.
"Savage" by #aespa becomes the first Girl Group song released in 2021 to achieve Realtime All-Kill on music charts 👏🎉 pic.twitter.com/PQCf3WcnrE— Kpop Girls Charts (@kpopggsuperior) October 6, 2021