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Kpop Weekly Chart 2010 : March Week 4

Long time no see..!

Here’s Kpop chart this week (credit : soompi)

1. (+1) T-Ara – 너 때문에 미쳐 (Crazy Because Of You) *** 1 WEEK NO. 1 ***
Score: 951
Genre: Pop / Dance

Music: Cho Young Soo, Kim Tae Hyun / Lyrics: Wheesung
Album: T-Ara Vol. 1 Repackaged Version Track 1
Comment: With the album sales score of their repackaged album being taken into account this week, T-Ara overtook Kara for the No. 1 spot with their latest hit “Crazy Because of You”. This song was made by an all-star combination: co-composed by Jo Young Soo and Kim Tae Hyun and penned by Wheesung. This dance track has a pop feel with electronic sounds. 2010 is not even three months in and this is already T-Ara’s second No. 1 song and third top 10 hits. Congratulations.

2. (-1) Kara – 루팡 (Lupin)
Score: 931
Genre: Pop / Dance

Music: Han Jae Ho, Kim Seung Soo / Lyrics: Song Soo Yoon
Album: Kara mini-album Vol. 3 Track 2
Comment: After two weeks at the top, Kara fell back one spot to No. 2 with “Lupin”. After surprisingly winning the top female group on our last year’s Soompi Gayo Award, Kara continues their strong showing on our chart. The title song “Lupin” is from their recently released 3rd mini-album of the same name. Kara vowed to return to a more fierce image on this mini-album, a concept that did not fare too well when they used it on their debut album. But that was then and this is now. Kara has developed a large and loyal fan base now and fans are more receptive of their change in concept this time.

3. (+3) Outsider – 주변인 (Outsider)
Score: 807
Genre: Hip-hop

Album: Outsider Vol. 2.5 Track 2
Comment: Outsider broke into the mainstream last year with his fastest rap and the big hit “Loner”. Now he is back with his 2.5 album. The title song literally means “Outsider” as well, and it moves up three more spots into the top 3 this week. The song has dramatic beats and was composed by Master Key and Rhymer and penned by the artist himself. Fans will have a chance to listen to Outsider’s unique fast rap once again. Continue reading “Kpop Weekly Chart 2010 : March Week 4”

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Kpop Weekly Chart : March Week 2

Hey hey hey..!

Long time no see..!  I had a work trip to NAD province for 4 days, so I miss my blog^^. Finally I can post my favorite part of this blog : K pop chart! Well, KARA in the 1st position. WOW! and amazingly, CN Blue still on 3rd position.

Okay, here’s the complete chart  (credit : soompi) :

1. (+5) Kara – 루팡 (Lupin) *** 1 WEEK NO. 1 ***
Score: 967
Genre: Pop / Dance

Music: Han Jae Ho, Kim Seung Soo / Lyrics: Song Soo Yoon
Album: Kara mini-album Vol. 3 Track 2
Comment: Kara takes the No. 1 spot with “Lupin” on only its 2nd week on the chart. After surprisingly winning the top female group on our last year’s Soompi Gayo Award, Kara continues their strong showing on our chart. The title song “Lupin” is from their recently released 3rd mini-album of the same name. Kara vowed to return to a more fierce image on this mini-album, a concept that did not fare too well when they used it on their debut album. But that was then and this is now. Kara has developed a large and loyal fan base now and fans are more receptive of their change in concept this time.

2. (-1) 2AM – 죽어도 못 보내 (Can’t Send You Even If I Die)
Score: 926
Genre: Pop Ballad

Music + Lyrics: Bang Shi Hyuk
Album: 2AM mini-album “Can’t Send You Even If I Die” Track 2
Comment: Title song of 2AM’s third mini album. The 4 sweet voices of 2AM meet ballad hit maker, song writer Bang Shi-hyuk in this song that grabbed much attention. The lyrics are about a man who can’t let his lover go, accompanied by a dynamic dance rhythm and beautiful melody. (credits to Arirang TV – Pops In Seoul)

3. (–) CNBlue – 외톨이야 (Loner)
Score: 814
Genre: Rock

Music: Kim Do Hoon, Lee Sang Ho / Lyrics: Han Sung Ho, Amen
Album: CNBlue 1st mini-album “Bluetory” Track 1
Comment: This is the title track of CNBlue’s first mini-album “Bluetory.” CNBlue debuted as an indie band in Japan and has honed its skills ever since. This song has a magnificent beat and addictive melody, which make it sound very sophisticated. (credits to Arirang TV – Pops In Seoul) Continue reading “Kpop Weekly Chart : March Week 2”

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Kpop Weekly Chart : March Week 1

Haloooo…~

Here’s the Kpop weekly chart for March Week 1. As usual, this chart is taken from soompi

1. (+1) 2AM – 죽어도 못 보내 (Can’t Send You Even If I Die) *** 1 WEEK NO. 1 ***
Score: 939
Genre: Pop Ballad

Music + Lyrics: Bang Shi Hyuk
Album: 2AM mini-album “Can’t Send You Even If I Die” Track 2
Comment: After spending the last three weeks at No. 2, 2AM finally unseated SNSD and scored their first No. 1 song on our chart with “Can’t Send You Even If I Die”, a song produced by hitmaker “Hitman” Bang Shi Hyuk. Through their new mini-album, 2AM will be able to show hybrid genres with trendy sounds and danceable beats, a 200% upgrade from their last. To fit the global trends in music, electronica sounds can also be heard. We are able to see that 2AM are also capable of dance numbers. The title track which is the same as the mini-album title, is still the vintage power ballad we are known of 2AM. Congratulations!

2. (-1) SNSD – Oh!
Score: 911
Genre: Pop / Dance

Music: Kenzie / Lyrics: Kim Jung Bae, Kim Young Hoo
Album: SNSD Vol. 2 Track 1
Comment: SNSD’s “Oh!” dropped one spot to No. 2 after spending two weeks at the top. After a very successful 2009 seeing them become one of k-pop’s premier girl groups, SNSD is back with their 2nd full length album “Oh!”. The title track which is the same as the album title is composed by Kenzie. It is of the electronic pop genre and is about confessing to a crush in a cute and honest way.

3. (–) CNBlue – 외톨이야 (Loner)
Score: 867
Genre: Rock

Music: Kim Do Hoon, Lee Sang Ho / Lyrics: Han Sung Ho, Amen
Album: CNBlue 1st mini-album “Bluetory” Track 1
Comment: This is the title track of CNBlue’s first mini-album “Bluetory.” CNBlue debuted as an indie band in Japan and has honed its skills ever since. This song has a magnificent beat and addictive melody, which make it sound very sophisticated. (credits to Arirang TV – Pops In Seoul) Continue reading “Kpop Weekly Chart : March Week 1”

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Kpop Chart Weekly : February Week 4

Yuuuhuu…!

After long weekend, let’s start this bright Monday in this 1st March with a new weekly chart. As usual, this chart is taken from soompi.

Enjoy!

1. (–) SNSD – Oh! *** 2 WEEKS NO. 1 ***
Score: 968
Genre: Pop / Dance

Music: Kenzie / Lyrics: Kim Jung Bae, Kim Young Hoo
Album: SNSD Vol. 2 Track 1
Comment: SNSD’s “Oh!” widened their lead at No. 1 this week. After a very successful 2009 seeing them become one of k-pop’s premier girl groups, SNSD is back with their 2nd full length album “Oh!”. The title track which is the same as the album title is composed by Kenzie. It is of the electronic pop genre and is about confessing to a crush in a cute and honest way.

2. (–) 2AM – 죽어도 못 보내 (Can’t Send You Even If I Die)
Score: 949
Genre: Pop Ballad

Music + Lyrics: Bang Shi Hyuk
Album: 2AM mini-album “Can’t Send You Even If I Die” Track 2
Comment: If it is not due to such a strong opponent in SNSD, 2AM would have scored their first No. 1 song on our chart. Instead, they stay at No. 2 again this week with “Can’t Send You Even If I Die”, a song produced by hitmaker “Hitman” Bang Shi Hyuk. Through their new mini-album, 2AM will be able to show hybrid genres with trendy sounds and danceable beats, a 200% upgrade from their last. To fit the global trends in music, electronica sounds can also be heard. We are able to see that 2AM are also capable of dance numbers. The title track which is the same as the mini-album title, is still the vintage power ballad we are known of 2AM.

3. (–) CNBlue – 외톨이야 (Loner)
Score: 921
Genre: Rock

Music: Kim Do Hoon, Lee Sang Ho / Lyrics: Han Sung Ho, Amen
Album: CNBlue 1st mini-album “Bluetory” Track 1
Comment: This is the title track of CNBlue’s first mini-album “Bluetory.” CNBlue debuted as an indie band in Japan and has honed its skills ever since. This song has a magnificent beat and addictive melody, which make it sound very sophisticated. (credits to Arirang TV – Pops In Seoul) Continue reading “Kpop Chart Weekly : February Week 4”

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Kpop Chart Weekly : February Week 3

Hai.. hai..

Meskipun telat dua hari, masih lumayan fresh lah ya, info ini..hehehe..

Enjoy!

(source : soompi)

1. (+2) SNSD – Oh! *** 1 WEEK NO. 1 ***
Score: 960
Genre: Pop / Dance

Music: Kenzie / Lyrics: Kim Jung Bae, Kim Young Hoo
Album: SNSD Vol. 2 Track 1
Comment: To no surprise, SNSD’s “Oh!” climbed two more spots to No. 1, as it has been on almost every major charts in Korea. However, the margin is much smaller than expected as SNSD just edged out 2AM by six points. After a very successful 2009 seeing them become one of k-pop’s premier girl groups, SNSD is back with their 2nd full length album “Oh!”. The title track which is the same as the album title is composed by Kenzie. It is of the electronic pop genre and is about confessing to a crush in a cute and honest way.

2. (–) 2AM – 죽어도 못 보내 (Can’t Send You Even If I Die)
Score: 954
Genre: Pop Ballad

Music + Lyrics: Bang Shi Hyuk
Album: 2AM mini-album “Can’t Send You Even If I Die” Track 2
Comment: If it is not due to such a strong opponent in SNSD, 2AM would have scored their first No. 1 song on our chart. Instead, they stay at No. 2 with “Can’t Send You Even If I Die”, a song produced by hitmaker “Hitman” Bang Shi Hyuk. Through their new mini-album, 2AM will be able to show hybrid genres with trendy sounds and danceable beats, a 200% upgrade from their last. To fit the global trends in music, electronica sounds can also be heard. We are able to see that 2AM are also capable of dance numbers. The title track which is the same as the mini-album title, is still the vintage power ballad we are known of 2AM.

3. (-2) CNBlue – 외톨이야 (Loner)
Score: 939
Genre: Rock
Music: Kim Do Hoon, Lee Sang Ho / Lyrics: Han Sung Ho, Amen
Album: CNBlue 1st mini-album “Bluetory” Track 1
Comment: After three weeks on top, CNBlue dropped to No. 3 with their debut song “Loner”. Having debuted in Japan as an indie artist, and also front man Jung Yong Hwa starred in the popular SBS drama “You Are Beautiful” last year, CNBlue is returning home to Korea to release their first mini-album. “Loner” was composed by Kim Do Hoon and Lee Sang Ho. It has addictive beats and a strong melody. One can say that this is a song only CNBLUE can express. Despite plagiarism accusation swirling around this song, it doesn’t affect its popularity. Continue reading “Kpop Chart Weekly : February Week 3”