FIFTY FIFTY continues to climb the US charts and shows no signs of slowing down. In March, FIFTY FIFTY made history when their hit single “Cupid” topped the charts, becoming the fastest K-pop group ever to reach Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. It only took four after debuting to top the 100.
Also last month, FIFTY FIFTY became the fastest K-pop group ever to enter the Billboard Hot 100, with their hit single “Cupid” hitting the No.100 spot in just over 4 months after debut. The song has been climbing the charts ever since, and in 5 consecutive weeks on the Hot 100, “Cupid climbed to the No.50 position.
“Cupid” continued to climb to a new peak each week and in 6 consecutive weeks on the Hot 100, “Cupid” failed to climb into the top 40 when it had already climbed to the 41st position. For the record, FIFTY FIFTY is the third Kpop Group to rank high on the Hot 100, after BTS and BLACKPINK.
“Cupid” also climbed to number 8 on both the Billboard Global 200 and Global Excl. U.S. charts this week, marking the song’s highest rankings to date on both charts.
Finally, “Cupid” holds at No. 11 for the seventh consecutive week on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart.
Meanwhile, Warner Records last week announced the signing of a new partnership with FIFTY FIFTY, raising anticipation for the group’s future promotions in the United States.