K-Pop weekly CHARTS, December week 1

Added: December 4, 2011 (over 3 years ago) share on facebookshare on twitter

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Wonder Girls is No. 1 again with "Be My Baby" this week. Amazingly the song has increased in score since last week, going from 952 to 965. That is quite an accomplishment this late in the year as many big name artists are trying to make their last sprint to the finish line with their best hit songs of the year. Congratulations to Wonder Girls.

Despite their chart dominance, Wonder Girls is not without competition if they want to stay on top next week. T-Ara's "Cry Cry" moves up four spots to No. 2 next week and looks very likely to be our next No. 1 song, only a metter of when. Both songs are scoring over 900 points and the gap is not too big, so don't be surprised if "Cry Cry" moves up to the top next week. T-Ara is also enjoying the best year of their career this year as they are in a position to score their second consecutive No. 1 song.

Stubbornly staying at No. 3 this week is Noel's "I Miss You". They are the lone male group, refusing to let another female dominance take the top three. "I Miss You" has been in the top five for four straight weeks now. For a non-idol artist this is quite an accomplishment.

Only one new song in the top 10 this week. It is by hip-hop trio Electroboyz. They have scored their first ever top 10 hit with "Ma Boy 2" moving up eight spots to No. 8 this week. By looking at the song title, K-pop fans should recognize that this song is a sequel of Sistar19's "Ma Boy" which was a top three hit earlier this year. Sistar's Hyo Rin is featured in "Ma Boy 2", helping her labelmate to land their first big hit.

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