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Zico’s ‘SPOT!’ Hits the Billboard Charts Again: A Six-Week Streak to Remember!

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Korean pop artist Zico is enjoying a long run on the U.S. Billboard charts.

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Zico’s digital single “SPOT! (feat. JENNIE)” ranked #43 in Global (Excl. the U.S.) and #81 in Global 200 for six consecutive weeks according to the latest Billboard chart.

“SPOT!” demonstrated its popularity by remaining in the Top 50 in Global (Excl. the U.S.) and Top 100 in the Global 200 for six weeks.

The two Billboard charts rank were based on online streaming and digital downloads from over 200 countries/regions worldwide, unlike the Hot 100 chart, which combines broadcast scores and album sales.

Created to reflect the latest trends in the pop music market, these Billboard charts are considered one of the indicators of global popularity.

Despite the continuous outpour of new music from major artists, “SPOT!” also shined on Korean charts, holding steady at #4 on Melon and #3 on Genie’s latest weekly charts.

Zico is working hard as a host of KBS2‘s The Seasons – Zico’s Artist airing every Friday at 10 PM KST, and has a packed schedule throughout the summer. He will perform at Waterbomb Seoul 2024 at KINTEX on July 5, the 2024 Beer Rock Music Festival in Kaohsiung, Taiwan on July 7, and at KCON LA 2024 for the first time since his solo debut on July 28.

Daniel Kim
content@viewusglobal.com

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