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FIFTY FIFTY’s Cupid Achieves Milestone, Ties with BTS’ Butter for Third Longest-Charting K-Pop Song on Billboard Hot 100

The song “Cupid” by FIFTY FIFTY has made history by tying with BTS‘ “Butter” for the third longest-charted song by a K-pop artist on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. This rookie girl group has created a viral hit that is loved by fans and even those who don’t usually listen to this genre. “Cupid” has spent 20 weeks on the Billboard chart, making FIFTY FIFTY the first K-pop female group to achieve this feat. Keep reading to learn more about their amazing accomplishment.

Cupid is currently at the No.41

FIFTY FIFTY’s hit song “Cupid” has been making waves on the Hot100 charts for over 20 weeks, as reported by Billboard (chart dated August 12, 2023). The song’s relatable lyrics and catchy synth-pop beats have earned it a massive following worldwide. This achievement follows the group’s previous record of being the fastest K-pop artist to debut on the Billboard Hot100 charts. ” Cupid ” has tied with BTS’ “Butter” for the third longest-charted song by a K-pop artist and is currently ranked at No. 41 on the Billboard Hot100, No. 31 on the Global 200 singles chart, and No. 22 on the Global 200 singles chart (excluding the United States). Impressively, the song has not dropped out of the charts since its debut.

The mediation between FIFTY FIFTY and ATTRAKT has proven  unsuccessful

A mediation was held on August 9th between FIFTY FIFTY and ATTRAKT, arranged by the Seoul Central District Court’s civil court. Mediation is a process in which both parties involved can resolve their issues amicably, rather than receiving a judgment from the court. During the session, Saena and Aran’s mothers met with ATTRAKT representatives, but after a two-hour-long discussion, no agreement was reached. The civil court has scheduled another session on August 16th for a peaceful discussion between the group and the agency. It was reported that no members of FIFTY FIFTY attended the mediation session, only their parents. An ATTRAKT representative stated that they would make every effort to resolve all issues if the group members return to the agency.DNP ENTERTAINMENT FOLLOW US: FACEBOOKINSTAGRAMand TWITTER
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