FIFTY FIFTY’s “Cupid” Becomes 1st Non-Collab K-Pop Girl Group Song To Enter Top 25 Of Billboard’s Pop Radio Airplay Chart
FIFTY FIFTY’s “Cupid” is enjoying a rise in mainstream radio airplay in the United States!
On May 31 local time, Billboard revealed that “Cupid” had climbed to a new peak of No. 25 in its third week on the Pop Airplay chart, which measures weekly plays on mainstream Top 40 radio stations across the United States.
“Cupid” has now become the first song sung solely by a K-pop girl group to break the top 30 of the Pop Airplay chart—and only the second overall, following BLACKPINK and Selena Gomez’s hit collab “Ice Cream” (which peaked at No. 21).
Meanwhile, “Cupid” also extended its own record as the longest-charting K-pop girl group song on Billboard’s Hot 100, which ranks the most popular songs in the United States. The song spent its 10th consecutive week on the chart at No. 20, marking its fourth week in a row inside the top 20.
“Cupid” also remained No. 1 on Billboard’s Global Excl. U.S. chart for the second week in a row, in addition to ranking No. 2 on the World Digital Song Sales chart, No. 3 on the Global 200, and No. 49 on the main Digital Song Sales chart.
Finally, FIFTY FIFTY took No. 66 on Billboard’s Artist 100 this week, marking their fourth consecutive week on the chart.
Congratulations to FIFTY FIFTY!