Thursday, 31 October 2013

K.Will Jumps To Number 1 On The Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 With His Soulful Hit 'You Don't Know Love'

After a month that has seen top 10 dominance by pop rock trio Busker Busker and solo singer IU, K.Will finds himself in the number one spot on the Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 this week with his smooth R&B single "You Don't Know Love."

It's likely the song's chart success has something to do with the popular music video starring Chanyeol of the boy band EXO and model Lee Ho Jung as estranged lovers.

"You Don't Know Love " is a product of the successful production team Duble Sidekick. The group has worked with Super Junior, MBLAQ and SISTAR.

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Jumping an impressive 33 places from last week, Park Ji Yoon's funky new single "Mr. Lee" featuring San E is in the number two spot on the Billboard K-Pop Hot 100.

The song is an innovative mixture of 1990s East Coast hip-hop drum beats and 1970s Motown horn riffs. And drifting on top of that tasty musical backdrop, Park offers several layers of soulful vocals.

In the wake of charges the composers of the IU hit "The Red Shoes" Lee Min Soo and Kim Ee Na plagiarized Nekta's 2009 song "Here's Us," according to the website allkpop, the song dropped two places this week.

IU's single "The Red Shoes" is at number three.

Hanging around in the top five, is the Busker Busker single "Love At First," which had a two week lock on the number one spot on the Billboard K-pop chart, before IU knocked it out of first place, last week.

Busker Busker's "Love At First" is currently at number four in its fifth week on the chart.

With a pulsing techno beat and "Gangnam Style" drum breaks, the minor chord progressions of new T-ara's dance track "No. 9" give the song an epic and original quality.

Although once known as "K-pop's most hated group" because of a bullying controversy that resulted in former member Hwayoung quitting the group, T-ara appears to be back in their fans' good graces.

"No. 9" is at number five in its fourth week on the chart.

Click here to check out the full results of this week's Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 

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