CNBLUE’s new single storms to No.1
Posted by diopatra on January 27, 2010
Four-member boy band CNBLUE has topped last week’s singles chart with their new song “Alone,” according to music cable channel Mnet.
The group, who released their first mini-album titled “Bluetory” in Korea less than two weeks ago, jumped 70 spots to place No. 1 on Mnet’s weekly singles chart for the week of January 18 to 24.
The band had debuted in Japan first, releasing two singles in the country before appearing on the Korean music scene, where they received much hype with leader and main vocalist Jung Yong-hwa gaining popularity from his appearance in SBS TV series “Minamishineyo.”
“Wonder Woman” sung by girl groups SeeYa, Davichi and T-ara remained in the same position as last week while boy band 2PM’s “Tik Tok” climbed a spot to round off the top three.
Meanwhile, 2AM’s newly-released record “I Can’t Let You Go” was the best-selling album last week, pushing down girl group T-ara down a slot to enter Mnet’s chart in first place.
Boy band 2PM’s first full-length album ranked third on the chart, falling back a notch from its position last week.
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