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The extreme methods K-pop fans are using to ‘rig’ the charts for BLACKPINK

The extreme methods K-pop fans are using to ‘rig’ the charts for BLACKPINK – which incorporates watching their music movies ten instances an HOUR to affect streaming numbers

K-pop fans are going to outrageous lengths to be certain that South Korean woman group BLACKPINK dominate the charts.

The group have been making chart historical past in latest weeks, together with in Australia, and far of their success is thanks to their rabidly loyal fanbase.

According to Vulture, the group’s fans -known as Blinks- have organised focused campaigns to affect YouTube algorithms to improve BLACKPINK’s streaming numbers.

K-pop fans are going to outrageous lengths to be certain that South Korean woman group BLACKPINK (pictured) dominate the charts

A choose variety of superfans have been main and organising greater than half 1,000,000 Blinks throughout 60 international locations to ‘reverse engineer that algorithm with the objective of retaining Blackpink at the high of YouTube’s charts.’

Some of those techniques embody ‘coaching new fans on correct streaming methods, monitoring BLACKPINK’s placement on world charts, and hitting “Play” on the music video for Pink Venom ten instances an hour’.

The Blinks have additionally been fundraising to pay for YouTube Premium subscriptions for different fans, in order that they will stream the group’s newest music movies on repeat with out being interrupted by advertisements.

‘I play the tune whereas working. I pleasure myself on being a multitasker,’ one fan boasted to Vulture.

Fans have employed a number of tactics, including watching the group's Pink Venom music video (pictured) ten times an hour to increase streaming numbers

Fans have employed quite a few techniques, together with watching the group’s Pink Venom music video (pictured) ten instances an hour to improve streaming numbers

BLACKPINK not too long ago made historical past on Australia’s ARIA Singles Chart after their tune Pink Venom debuted at No. 1, making it the highest-debuting single by a K-pop group in ARIA Chart historical past.

The observe beat out massive names like John Farnham, Nicki Minaj, Harry Styles and Kate Bush.

The Pink Venom music video raked in over 90million views on YouTube in its first 24-hours of launch final month, setting a brand new report. 

BLACKPINK's Lisa is pictured at the recent MTV VMAs last month

BLACKPINK’s Lisa is pictured at the latest MTV VMAs final month

The ARIA charts integrated streaming and YouTube views into their 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 in the ARIA Charts,’ YouTube Music ANZ stated in a press release in March.

BLACKPINK are one in every of the hottest 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.

BLACKPINK made history on Australia's ARIA Singles Chart after their song Pink Venom debuted at No. 1, making it the highest-debuting single by a K-pop group in ARIA Chart history

BLACKPINK made historical past on Australia’s ARIA Singles Chart after their tune Pink Venom debuted at No. 1, making it the highest-debuting single by a K-pop group in ARIA Chart historical past

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