Recent reports are putting BTS’s “Blood Sweat & Tears” in the spotlight as it remains within the top 10 on various music charts despite being released last October.
Their song is being called a steady seller due to consumers continuing to listen to the song. While, the group’s popularity has been steadily rising, it appears as though their popularity amongst male fans has also grown considerably.
While the fanbase for male groups tends to consist of mostly females, BTS has enjoyed an increase in male fans in their 20s and 30s (according to Melon). Interestingly enough, male users in their 30s tend to listen to “Blood Sweat & Tears” more frequently than female users in their 30s. Melon also provided more specific statistics and revealed 22 percent of all listeners of the song are males in their 20s and 13 percent are males in their 30s.
Congratulations to BTS for having a more diverse fanbase!