Forbes, an American economic magazine, published an article titled “Ateez, Red Velvet, ONF, TXT And Justin Bieber: Hits Making Moves On The World Songs Chart” on the 24th (local time).
ONF is drawing attention as it was mentioned in the article as “Popping,” which ranked second on Billboard’s “World Digital Song Sales” on the same day. Forbes explained, “The Korean boy band ONF ranked second on the Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart this week.” ONF not only ranked second on Billboard’s “World Digital Song Sales” but also ranked 38th on Billboard’s main chart, “Digital Song Sales,” showing off its stronger global influence. In particular, ONF has become the fourth K-pop boy idol group to enter “Digital Song Sales.” Previously, “Popping” was at the top of the iTunes Worldwide Song chart in the U.S. for seven days. In addition, the summer pop-up album “Popping” is showing remarkable global growth, ranking at the top of iTunes worldwide album charts in 15 countries and regions around the world, including the U.S., Japan, the U.K., Canada, Mexico, Australia and Russia. ONF, which released its summer pop-up album “Popping” on the 9th, is continuing its active activities with various music broadcast stages and various contents.