Weekly K-Pop Music Chart 2015 – July Week 4

2015-07-27 18:27:18 2015-07-28 22:02:16

Female groups continue their dominance on top of the chart this week as they occupy the top four spots. The top two songs are new entries to the top 10. Girls’ Generation’s “Party” moves up 11 spots to become the new No. 1 song. “Party” is the title song of Girls’ Generation’s special single of the same name. It is a tailor made dance song for the summer with an exciting sound that will boost your energy. This song makes listeners imagine they are enjoying a party on the beach under the sun. “Party” swept all the music shows last week (July 13-19) and did well on all other sources as well so it wins easily on our chart. Congratulations to Girls’ Generation.

Up 13 spots to No. 2 is Girl’s Day’s latest hit “Ring My Bell.” This song is the title track of Girl’s Day’s second full length album “LOVE.” It has additive dance beat that is also perfect for summer season. The lyrics are about the sound of a girl’s heart beat when she sees her crush, just like a bell rings. “Ring My Bell” will battle “Party” for the top spot again next week.

Last week’s top two songs, SISTAR’s “Shake It” and AOA’s “Heart Attack” fell two spots respectively to No. 3 and 4.

There is one other new song in the top 10, and it is a surprise hit. Indie band Hyukoh scores their first top 10 hit, moving up 14 spots to No. 9 with “Comes And Goes.” This is the title track of the group’s mini-album “22.” It was released back in May and it wasn’t getting popular until the group made an appearance on “Infinity Challenge.” After that, many fans checked out Hyukoh’s songs and now they have many of their hits on top of independent charts. “Comes And Goes” ranked No. 1 on GAON Chart last week, defeating many of today’s top idol artists. Not bad for an indie artist crossing over to the pop chart for the first time.

Singles Music Chart - July 2015, Week 4
  • 1 (+11) Party
    • Chart Info
    • 12 Previous rank
       
    • 2 Number of week on chart
       
    • 1 Peak on chart
       
  • 2 (+13) Ring My Bell
    • Chart Info
    • 15 Previous rank
       
    • 2 Number of week on chart
       
    • 2 Peak on chart
       
  • 3 (-2) Shake It
    • Chart Info
    • 1 Previous rank
       
    • 4 Number of week on chart
       
    • 1 Peak on chart
       
  • 4 (-2) Heart Attack
    • Chart Info
    • 2 Previous rank
       
    • 4 Number of week on chart
       
    • 2 Peak on chart
       
  • 5 (+1) If You
    • Chart Info
    • 6 Previous rank
       
    • 2 Number of week on chart
       
    • 5 Peak on chart
       
  • 6 (-1) It’s Okay
    • Chart Info
    • 5 Previous rank
       
    • 3 Number of week on chart
       
    • 5 Peak on chart
       
  • 7 (-4) Sober
    • Chart Info
    • 3 Previous rank
       
    • 2 Number of week on chart
       
    • 3 Peak on chart
       
  • 8 (-4) Um Oh Ah Yeah
    • Chart Info
    • 4 Previous rank
       
    • 5 Number of week on chart
       
    • 3 Peak on chart
       
  • 9 (+14) Comes And Goes
    • Chart Info
    • 23 Previous rank
       
    • 3 Number of week on chart
       
    • 9 Peak on chart
       
  • 10 (-2) Shouldn’t Have (feat. Younghyun)
    • Chart Info
    • 8 Previous rank
       
    • 9 Number of week on chart
       
    • 3 Peak on chart
       
Rank Song Artist/Band
11 (-4) Love Me Right Exo
12 (-3) 마음 (Heart) IU
13 (+11) Oasis (Feat. Zico) Crush
14 (-3) 다쳐 (Hurt Locker) Nine Muses
15 (new) Remember A Pink
16 (new) Bad Infinite
17 (-7) View SHINee
18 (new) Devil Super Junior
19 (-2) 꺼내 먹어요 (Eat) Zion. T
20 (-6) 우리집 (My House) 2PM
21 (new) 딱 좋아 (Just Right) GOT7
22 (-9) 아침부터 아침까지 (Ah-ah) Teen Top
23 (new) 주마등 (Kaleidoscope (feat. MI-WOO)) Leessang
24 (-4) 그리고 안녕 (And Goodbye) Lee Seung Gi
25 (-4) 아프다 (Sick) Zico, Sojin
26 (–) You From The Same Time Naul
27 (-8) 아예 (Ah Yeah) EXID
28 (new) My Last (feat. Loco, Gray) Jay Park
29 (+2) 우리가 사랑한 시간 (The Time I Loved You) Kyuhyun
30 (+2) 우연히 봄 (Spring Is Gone By Chance) Loco, Yuju
31 (-2) Because Of You MC The Max
32 (-5) 사랑의 시작은 고백에서부터 (Love Begins With A Confession) Kim Bum Soo
33 (-3) 어머님이 누구니 (Who’s Your Mama (feat. Jessi)) Park Jin Young
34 (-16) 쟈니 (Johnny) Ailee
35 (-1) 꿀썸머 (Honey Summer) NS Yoon G
36 (-3) Me You (feat. Baek Yerin) San E
37 (new) Respect (Feat. Gray & DJ Pumkin) Loco
38 (+8) 바다 (Ocean (feat. Cool’s Kim Sung Soo, with Faith Rookies)) Baek Chung Kang
39 (-3) 아낀다 (Adore U) SEVENTEEN
40 (new) 초코칩쿠키 (Choco Chip Cookies (feat. Giriboy)) Goo Hara
41 (-2) 동네술집 (Town Bar) Huh Gak, Jung In
42 (-17) 느껴 (My Everything) Bumkey
43 (+4) 여름이잖아요 (It’s Summer) 2BiC
44 (-4) 안봐도 비디오 (I Can Picture It (feat. Heo In Chang)) Chae Yeon
45 (-2) 두사랑 (Two Lovers (feat. Mad Clown)) Davichi
46 (-18) 다른 남자 말고 너 (Only You) miss A
47 (-25) 쿨밤 (Cool Night) Sleepy, Song Jieun
48 (-11) 싫대 (Feat. 범키) (Doin’ It) Verbal Jint, Sanchez
49 (-8) I’m A HOTSHOT HOTSHOT
50 (-8) Celepretty Park Bo Ram

About the Soompi Music Chart:

Soompi Music Chart is unlike any other music chart or television ranking. It takes into account rankings by various major music charts in Korea as well as the hottest trending artists on Soompi, making it a unique chart that reflects what’s going on in K-Pop not only in Korea but around the world. Our chart is composed of the following sources:

GAON Music Chart – 20%
Various Internet charts (Olleh, Bugs, Melon, Soribada, Genie) – 15%
Soompi Airplay – 20%
TV Music Show charts (SBS Inkigayo, KBS Music Bank, MBC Music Core, MNet M!Countdown) – 45%