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K-pop stars BLACKPINK tipped to top Australia’s ARIA chart with Pink Venom

K-pop superstars BLACKPINK are tipped to top Australia’s ARIA chart with new single Pink Venom – beating Margaret Urlich and John Farnham

South Korean quartet BLACKPINK are tipped to earn their first No. 1 single. 

The K-pop superstars lately returned with their new single Pink Venom, which can possible debut on the top of the ARIA Singles Chart this weekend.

This will make it the best charting tune from a Korean group in Australian music historical past, beating BTS’ Dynamite, which peaked at No. 2.

K-pop superstars BLACKPINK (pictured on April 12, 2019, in Indio, California) are tipped to earn their first No. 1 hit on Australia’s ARIA Singles Chart 

The group are heading off some stiff competitors from Nicki Minaj, whose new single Super Freaky Girl is eyeing the No. 2 spot, in accordance to ARIA

BLACKPINK may even possible block late Kiwi songstress Margaret Urlich and Aussie legend John Farnham from the top of the charts.

Urlich has topped Australia’s iTunes charts since her dying on Monday, whereas Farnham’s songs have skyrocketed up the streaming charts following information of his shock most cancers analysis on Tuesday.

The group's new single Pink Venom will most likely block John Farnham (pictured in 2018) from returning to the top. Farnham's music has skyrocketed up the streaming charts since news of his shock cancer diagnosis on Tuesday

The group’s new single Pink Venom will most certainly block John Farnham (pictured in 2018) from returning to the top. Farnham’s music has skyrocketed up the streaming charts since information of his shock most cancers analysis on Tuesday

The success of Pink Venom is most certainly down to YouTube views, which ARIA solely simply integrated into its charting methodology this year.

‘We know thousands and thousands of Australians watch music movies every month on YouTube, so it’s thrilling to know this knowledge will now be included within the ARIA Charts,’ YouTube Music ANZ mentioned in a press release in March.

The Pink Venom video hit 50 million views in its first 9 hours, making it the most-viewed music video in 24 hours this year.

The success of Pink Venom is most likely down to YouTube views, which ARIA only just incorporated into its charting methodology this year. The Pink Venom music video (pictured) has more than 183 million views

The success of Pink Venom is most certainly down to YouTube views, which ARIA solely simply integrated into its charting methodology this year. The Pink Venom music video (pictured) has greater than 183 million views 

BLACKPINK's Roseanne 'Rosé' Park (pictured) was born in Auckland and raised in Melbourne

BLACKPINK’s Roseanne ‘Rosé’ Park (pictured) was born in Auckland and raised in Melbourne

It has since surpassed 183 million views and is No. 1 on YouTube Music’s trending chart.

BLACKPINK are one of the vital well-liked K-pop teams Down Under due to their connection to Australia and New Zealand.

Member Roseanne ‘Rosé’ Park was born in Auckland and raised in Melbourne, whereas Jennie Kim spent 5 years finding out in New Zealand.

Their debut album, titled The Album, reached No. 2 on Australia’s ARIA Album Chart in 2020.

The girl group covered Rolling Stone magazine (pictured) earlier this year

The woman group coated Rolling Stone journal (pictured) earlier this year

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