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Big Bang′s Music Videos Ranked No. 1 and 2 on QQ Music Chart in China

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2015.08.13 11:50 CJ E&M enewsWorld Jeon Su Mi

The Big Bang craze has not only swept Korea but China as well.



As of 8 a.m. KST on August 13, the music videos for Big Bang′s latest releases Let′s Not Fall in Love and GD&TOP′s Zutter are ranked number one and two on Chinese music site QQ Music′s real-time music video chart.

Big Bang′s Music Videos Ranked No. 1 and 2 on QQ Music Chart in China

July release Sober is ranked number four, while June releases Bang Bang Bang and We Like 2 Party are ranked number six and seven, respectively, which means five songs from the ′MADE SERIES′ are ranked in the top 10.


Big Bang′s digital album sales in China also confirm the group′s popularity in the region. As of August 13, album M has sold 426,560 copies, A has sold 748,467 copies, D has sold 1,123,248 copies and E has sold 878,556 copies, bringing the total to 3,176,795 copies.


Amidst the ′MADE SERIES′ craze, Big Bang has also sold out all of its shows in Guangzhou, Beijing, Shanghai, Dalian, Wuhan, Shenzhen and Nanjing on its world tour. Big Bang will take the tour to Chengdu on August 14, then Hangzhou on August 25, Changsha on August 28 before wrapping up in Chongqing on August 30.


Meanwhile, Big Bang′s Let′s Not Fall in Love and Zutter ranked number one and two, respectively, on Billboard′s World Digital Song Chart, bringing the total to three number ones as May release Loser and June release Bang Bang Bang also peaked at number one. The music videos for Let′s Not Fall in Love and Zutter have also recorded 10.7 million views and 7.7 million views on YouTube, respectively.


Photo credit: SM Entertainment

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