K-pop boy band Big Bang has topped the music charts once again with their new songs “Zutter” and “Let’s Not Fall in Love.”
Released on Aug. 5, “Let’s Not Fall in Love” ranked No.1 at major local charts, including Bugs Music, Soribada, Naver Music, Genie and Olleh, as of Tuesday. “Zutter,” by subunit GD&TOP, followed in a close second place on music charts.
The five-member band’s respective music videos are also going viral online, surpassing a collective 15 million views on YouTube. “Let’s Not Fall in Love” garnered 8,595,544 viewers while “Zutter” attracted 6,601,174.
The two latest songs are part of EP “E,” the fourth and final installment in the special project album “MADE” series. Since May, the band has dropped two pairs of songs on the first day of each month. All the songs that were released have topped music charts immediately after the release.
The band is scheduled to unveil the full-length album “MADE” on Sept.1, which will contain all the previously released songs and other special tracks.
Big Bang, meanwhile, is slated to continue its world tours in Chengdu, China, on Friday.
By Ahn Sung-mi (firstname.lastname@example.org