Baby Monster wins first place on music show just one month after debut with 'SHEESH'
Baby Monster wins first place on music show just one month after debut with 'SHEESH'
YG's new girl group Baby Monster proved its presence as a global trend by winning its first music broadcast trophy just one month after its official debut.

Baby Monster took first place in the first week of May with the title song 'SHEESH' on Mnet's 'M Countdown', which aired on the 2nd. Even though official activities have ended, the group received high scores in all categories including music, SNS, and fan voting by a wide margin.

Baby Monster said through his agency YG Entertainment, "I would like to say I am very grateful to everyone who helped me with this album. It is even more meaningful as it is the first place we received because we promoted as a full 7 members. We sincerely enjoy this activity together. “We are truly grateful and love our fans who have always supported us. We will continue to grow harder as Baby Monster, so please look forward to it,” he said.

In particular, their overwhelming live skills were noted, and their rising music scores led to this first place. In fact, 'SHEESH' gradually increased its ranking on major domestic music platforms such as Bugs, Genie, and Flo, and settled at the top of all of them. In particular, it jumped to 9th place in Melon's TOP 100, which has a high barrier to entry for rookies.

It is performing well every day on the global charts as well. 'SHEESH' entered the Spotify Daily Top Song Chart for 31 consecutive days and successfully entered the Weekly Top Song Chart for 3 consecutive weeks, ranking 33rd and 16th on the US Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. US, respectively. recorded, breaking its own highest ranking.

Baby Monster is taking advantage of this momentum and continuing to be active. They will hold a two-day fan meeting tour in five Asian regions, starting at the Ariake Arena in Tokyo, Japan, on the 11th and 12th. In addition, after starting full-scale promotion in Japan, they are expected to go to 'Summer Sonic 2024', the largest local music festival, in August and show off to global fans the explosive stage capabilities of K-pop's most anticipated star.

Reporter Junho Yoon, Ten Asia translated by google