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Spotify reveals most-streamed K-pop artist in the Philippines in 2020

With all the electrifying comebacks and global chart-toppers that came out in 2020, K-pop artists were able to help millions and millions of listeners in the Philippines get through the year.

According to Spotify Wrapped, BTS is the platform’s top K-pop artist in 2020.

With a whopping 5 billion streams, the group composed of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jung Kook was the most streamed K-pop act in the Philippines and globally as well.

The group’s mega-hit single “Dynamite” is also the most-streamed K-pop song of the year.

The all-English track, which was released September this year, achieved up to 12.6 million streams on Spotify in the first 24 hours—a new record for the streaming platform.

V’s “Sweet Night” from the soundtrack of K-drama “Itaewon Class” was also named Spotify’s most-streamed Korean OST this year.  


The second most-streamed K-pop artist in the Philippines is none other than Blackpink, which has reeled in more than 300 million streams to date.

“How You Like That,” which is part of the group’s much-awaited comeback album, is also the second most-streamed song of the year.

The third most-streamed K-pop artist in the Philippines is Twice, which has just dropped their comeback album “Eyes Wide Open.” 


Here’s a full list of Top 10 most-streamed K-pop artists in the Philippines, according to Spotify Wrapped 2020.

1. BTS
2. Blackpink
3. Twice
4. Red Velvet
5. IU
6. Seventeen
7. EXO
8. Itzy
9. Stray Kids
10. DAY6

Meanwhile, the Philippines’ top 10 most-streamed K-Pop songs on Spotify are as follows:

1. “Dynamite” by BTS
2. “How You Like That“ by Blackpink
3. “Ice Cream (with Selena Gomez)” by Blackpink, Selena Gomez
4. “Psycho” by Red Velvet
5. “Lovesick Girls” by Blackpink
6. “Boy With Luv (feat. Halsey)” by BTS, Halsey
7. “Sour Candy (with BLACKPINK)” by Lady Gaga, Blackpink
8. “Eight” by IU, Suga of BTS
9. “Make It Right (feat. Lauv)” by BTS, Lauv
10. “More & More” by Twice

– Margaret Claire Layug/RC, GMA News

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