FIFTY FIFTY Sets New Record On Billboard's Pop Radio Airplay Chart For Highest-Ranking K-Pop Girl Group Song

FIFTY FIFTY continues to soar to new heights on U.S. radio with their viral hit “Cupid”!

Last week, FIFTY FIFTY made history as the first female K-pop artist ever to enter the top 20 of Billboard’s Pop Airplay chart, which measures weekly plays on mainstream Top 40 radio stations across the United States.

The group’s smash single has now climbed even higher on the chart—for the week ending on June 17, “Cupid” rose to a new peak of No. 16, breaking its own record for the highest-ranking song by a female K-pop act. The only K-pop artist to chart higher to date is BTS.

“Cupid” also climbed back up to No. 21 in its 12th consecutive week on Billboard’s Hot 100, extending its own record as the longest-charting K-pop girl group song in history.

Over on Billboard’s global charts, “Cupid” swept the No. 3 spot on both the Global 200 and the Global Excl. U.S. chart, in addition to ranking No. 4 on the World Digital Song Sales chart and No. 43 on the main Digital Song Sales chart.

Finally, FIFTY FIFTY rose to a new peak of No. 58 on Billboard’s Artist 100 this week, marking their sixth consecutive week on the chart.

Congratulations to FIFTY FIFTY!

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