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Big Bang’s G-Dragon Kept in 2nd on Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 as Naul Reigns Supreme

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2012.09.28 10:20 Mwave Stewart Ho



Big Bang’s G-Dragon has come just a bit short of first place once more on the Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 for a second week.

The updated Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 chart for the week of October 6, 2012 revealed Naul made a stunning debut in first place with Memory of the Wind, his title track off of his first solo debut album.

In doing so, the soul singer kept G-Dragon’s Missing You in second on the chart for a second week in a row. Missing You also fell short of the top spot last week when it lost out to All For You by Seo In Guk and Jung Eun Ji. The latter track slipped a few notches to third in this week’s ranking.

Big Bang’s G-Dragon Kept in 2nd on Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 as Naul Reigns Supreme


Despite being his title track, G-Dragon’s Crayon remained in fourth this week while Lipstick, by Orange Caramel took a tumble down to fifth from last week’s second place.

Psy, T-ara and Secret were seventh, eighth and ninth with Gangnam Style, Sexy Love and Poison respectively.

In addition to Memory of the Wind, the only other new music to crack this week’s top ten were also all from Naul’s debut album, showing his debut album’s remarkable popularity, with Missing You in sixth and Farewell Start nabbing the final spot in this week’s top ten.

Will Naul maintain his reign next week? Will G-Dragon finally be able to claim a #1 on the Billboard K-Pop Hot 100? We’ll all have to wait and see next week!

Photo Credit: Billboard

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