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Jung Kook once again dominates the top of iTunes Argentina with his latest release

Jung Kook once again dominates the top of iTunes Argentina with his latest release

BTS’s Jung Kook performs at Rockefeller Center in New York City. (Reuters/Caitlin Oakes/File)

phenomenon Kpop Its global growth continues and its impact on digital platforms is enormous. In the latest update to Itunes, many songs of this genre reached the relevant positions, which confirms their popularity. Among the most played songs are Never Leave By Jung KookShe broke records on several occasions and continues to dazzle her followers with her tunes.

The influence of these artists is not limited only to Asia, but extends globally Audiences all over the world and promoting K-Pop as a dominant music genre in the digital age.

1. Never leave Artist: Jung Kook

2. like mad Artist: Jimin

3. a job Artist: ATEEZ

4. 1 to 3 Artist: Suho

5. Like Crazy (English Version) Artist: Jimin

6. Give Me This (Korean Version) Artist: WayV

7. Will come Artist: BTS

8. Seven Artist: Jung Kook and Lato

9. Like Crazy (UK garage remix) Artist: Jimin

10.Like crazy (deep house remix) Artist: Jimin

Members of the K-pop group, IVE. (Instagram @ivestarship)

Super Junior, one of Leading groups in K-PopShe debuted in 2005 under SM Entertainment. Known for their elaborate choreography and musical diversity, including genres such as pop, R&B, and electronica, Super Junior has had a lasting impact on the Korean and international music scene. Their single “Sorry, Sorry” propelled the group to global fame and allowed them to go on multiple world tours, cementing their status as K-Pop legends.

BTS aka Bangtan boys, is one of the most prominent K-Pop groups. Formed by Big Hit Entertainment in 2013, the group has achieved global fame with its music, choreography, and lyrics that address various topics. BTS has broken many records, such as being the first South Korean group to reach number one on the chart. Billboard Hot 100 And get a Grammy nomination. Additionally, their cultural influence has led them to speak at the United Nations General Assembly, promoting messages of self-acceptance and self-love.

Archive photo of South Korean girl group NewJeans. EFE/EPA/Yonhap South Korea out

Kpopwhich is short for “Korean pop”, had its influence Its beginnings were in the nineties With the formation of distinctive musical bands such as Siu Taiji and SonsWhich revolutionized Korean music by incorporating Western pop, rap, and rock influences. Over time, you like big entertainment companies SM Entertainment, YG Entertainment, and JYP Entertainment They began forming and promoting idol groups, creating an intensive training model that included… Singing, dancing and acting.

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This process led to the creation of teams such as Hot, SES and ShinhwaWhich became a national phenomenon and paved the way for the internationalization of the genre. In the early 2000s, Korean pop music began to gain attention in Asia and other parts of the world, driven by accessibility and the Internet. Globalization of popular culture.

Today, K-pop is a multi-billion-dollar industry with significant cultural influence around the world. groups like BTS, BLACKPINK and EXO They have achieved international fame, dominating the charts, and collaborating with artists from all over the world. In addition to its catchy music and complex choreography, K-pop is known for its impressive visual production and the strong relationship that groups build with their social media followers. This phenomenon has contributed to expanding the scope of… Korean wave (“Hallyu”), which even influenced fashion, film and television internationally.