K-Pop News 050224: BABYMONSTER, TWICE and P1Harmony

Hello K-pop fans! Here’s your daily dose of K-pop News Digest for February 5, 2024. Let’s dive into today’s headline-making stories. Read about BABYMONSTER holding a special stage for Stuck In The Middle, TWICE topping iTunes charts with I GOT YOU, P1HARMONY dropping their new single Killin’ It, and more. Check out today’s K-pop News Digest to catch up on the most buzzworthy moments and milestones that have captured the hearts of fans worldwide.

BABYMONSTER to hold special stage


YG Entertainment’s newest girl group, BABYMONSTER, is gearing up to premiere a special live stage of their pre-debut track Stuck In The Middle on February 8. The announcement, accompanied by a dreamlike promotional poster featuring a grand piano, has stirred excitement among fans.

The track has already made a significant impact, topping charts and amassing over 30 million views on its music video.

TWICE’s I GOT YOU tops iTunes charts


TWICE’s pre-release single I GOT YOU from their upcoming 13th mini-album With YOU-th has achieved remarkable success, topping the iTunes charts in 40 countries.

The track debuted at No. 2 on the worldwide and European iTunes Song charts. It is also TWICE’s song with the most No. 1’s on iTunes, surpassing The Feels.

P1HARMONY reveals Killin’ It MV


P1HARMONY has unveiled the music video for their first full album Killin’ It, marking a significant milestone in their career. The group entered the Billboard 200 chart with their sixth mini-album, and aims to win upcoming music shows.

P1HARMONY also recently concluded a successful world tour. They will next perform at The Governors Ball Music Festival 2024 in New York. Check out the MV for title track Killin’ It by P1HARMONY below:

K-pop artists absent from 2024 Grammys list

BTS attending the 2022 Grammy Awards.

In a surprising turn of events, no K-pop artists have been nominated for the 66th Grammy Awards. Previous years saw various K-pop groups winning awards at the Grammys and other major American music ceremonies, so this development has been a disappointment to fans worldwide.

This situation highlights the ongoing challenges faced by the genre when it comes to more established music awards shows.

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