IU Achieves Certified All-Kill With New Song “Love Poem”
IU is seeing great success with her latest release!
As of 2:30 p.m. KST on November 2, IU’s new song “Love Poem” has achieved a certified all-kill. The song is a pre-release track for her upcoming album of the same name and had risen to the top of major music charts soon after its release on November 1.
A certified all-kill is given to songs that score No. 1 on the daily and realtime charts of Melon, Genie, Bugs, and Soribada; and the realtime charts of Flo and iChart. It remains to be seen if IU will also score a perfect all-kill, which includes topping the iChart weekly chart as well. In 2019, only four songs have achieved a perfect all-kill so far, BTS’s “Boy with Luv,” BOL4’s “Workaholic,” AKMU’s “How Can I Love the Heartbreak, You’re The One I Love,” and MC Mong’s “Fame.”
All-kills in general have become harder to attain this year, which is largely attributed to how some charts calculate their rankings, along with the addition of the Flo chart in March. In October, Naver Music and Mnet were taken off of iChart as their services came to an end, with Mnet combining with Genie Music.
Congratulations to IU on the amazing achievement!
— iChart™ (@instiz_ichart) November 2, 2019