K-netizens comment on BIG 4’s US Spotify Monthly Listener Rankings

The rankings of BIG 4 idol groups’ performance on US Spotify have been released

A netizen on Nate Pann recently shared the charts of BIG 4 idol groups’ monthly listeners and monthly listener peak in August, drawing keen attention.

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August Monthly Listeners (people):

No.1 BTS – 1.87 million 

No.2 NewJeans – 1.82 million 

No.3 BLACKPINK – 1.01 million 

No.4 TXT – 834,000 

No.5 TWICE – 794,000 

No.6 Stray Kids – 622,000 

No.7 LE SSERAFIM – 495,000 

No.8 Enhypen – 460,000 

No.9 Red Velvet – 437,000

No.10 aespa – 400,000

No.11 SEVENTEEN – 370,000

No.12 ITZY – 351,000

No.13 NCT 127 – 319,000

No.14 EXO – 294,000

No.15 NMIXX – 205,000

No.16 NCT DREAM – 170,000

No.17 TREASURE – 64,000

No.18 BoyNextDoor – 22,000

BIG 4's US Spotify Monthly Listener Rankings

Monthly Listener Peak by singer (people):

No.1 BTS – 2.97 million

No.2 NewJeans – 1.97 million

No.3 BLACKPINK – 1.52 million

No.4 TWICE – 995,000

No.5 TXT – 931,000

No.6 Stray Kids – 713,000

No.7 Red Velvet – 562,000

No.8 LE SSERAFIM – 533,000

No.9 Enhypen – 495,000

No.10 NCT 127 – 420,000

No.11 aespa – 418,000

No.12 SEVENTEEN – 417,000

No.13 ITZY – 370,000

No.14 EXO – 333,000

No.15 NMIXX – 253,000

No.16 NCT DREAM – 196,000

No.17 TREASURE – 77,000

No.18 BoyNextDoor – 25,000

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Netizens commented:

– Those who are trying to bring TXT down should see these rankings ㅋㅋㅋㅋ

– What happened to TXT? They’re amazing. I didn’t know they could rank this high. So there is a reason why they performed at Lollapalooza as headliner. I only thought they performed last year and gained good responses so the festival let them be the headliner this year.

– Companies of groups that are keeping an eye on NewJeans’ achievements should see this…

– Every K-pop fan in the US knows TXT is only behind BTS, I think the investors are trying to push them as the ‘second BTS’

– HYBE artists are so amazing… Their songs are doing great

Source: Nate Pann