Kpop singer IU’s ‘Pieces’ and BTS V’s OST achieved success on the Melon Chart. Singer IU’s new album ‘Pieces’ and the OST of ‘Our Beloved Summer,’ where BTS V participated, shone on the 2021 Melon last week’s chart.
According to Melon, on January 4, BE’O has been at the top of the weekly chart from December 27, 2021, to January 2, 2022. IU’s newly released album ‘Pieces’ has been charting all songs for three weeks. In addition, the OSTs of the drama ‘Our Beloved Summer,’ starring actors Woosik Choi and Dami Kim, were all loved evenly, raising expectations.
Kpop singer IU’s new album ‘Pieces,’ released on December 29 last year, is like IU’s puzzle pieces that will wrap up her 20s. It consists of a total of five unreleased self-composed songs. The title song ‘Winter Sleep’ entered 5th place, ranking highest. Then, the songs ‘Drama,’ ‘Next Stop,’ ‘You,’ and ‘Love Letter,’ ranking 19th, 26th, 40th, and 41st, respectively.
The title song ‘Winter Sleep’ harmonizes IU’s delicate vocals with a calm piano melody and features IU’s emotions.
The hot topic drama ‘Our Beloved Summer’ has been on a steady rise since its first broadcast. Its OSTs succeeded in entering the weekly chart. Also, it introduces well-made OSTs sung by BTS V, 10CM, BIBI, and Nayoung Kim.
The OST ‘Christmas Tree,’ sung by BTS’s member V, released on Christmas Eve, entered the weekly chart at 47th place.
Then, the OST ‘Maybe If’ sung by BIBI ranked at 72nd.
‘There For You’ by Nayoung Kim ranked 74th, and ‘Drawer’ by 10CM ranked 90th.
In addition, BE’O’s digital single ‘Counting Star,’ which has been at the top for three weeks, is also noteworthy.
‘Counting Star’ is a song featuring rapper Beenzino and popular producer Gray as a mix master. It receives enthusiastic support from users that it topped the Melon TOP100 chart two hours after its release.
Rookie group IVE’s debut song ‘ELEVEN’ rose one place to 4th place. Also, AESPA’s ‘Dreams Come True,’ released as part of SM’s remastering project, rose 20 places to 23rd place, starting its popularity.
AESPA’s ‘Dream’s Come True’ reinterpreted the title song of S.E.S.’s 2nd full-length album released in 1998. The song is in a new version with AESPA’s youthful energy and hip-hop vibe.