FIFTY FIFTY’s “Cupid” Sets Record as Top Non-Collab K-Pop Girl Group Song on UK Charts


FIFTY FIFTY’s “Cupid” Becomes Highest-Ranking K-Pop Girl Group Song That Isn’t A Collab On UK’s Official Singles Chart

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FIFTY FIFTY has just achieved an amazing feat on the United Kingdom’s Official Singles Chart!

Last month, FIFTY FIFTY made history on the United Kingdom’s Official Charts (typically regarded as the U.K. equivalent to Billboard’s U.S. charts) when their viral hit “Cupid” debuted at No. 96 on the Official Singles Chart, making them the fastest K-pop girl group ever to enter the chart.

Since then, the song has been steadily climbing up the chart and hitting a new peak each week—and in its fifth consecutive week on the Official Singles Chart, “Cupid” broke the top 20 and rose to No. 18.


With this achievement, “Cupid” is now the highest-ranking song sung solely by a K-pop girl group in the history of the Official Singles Chart. (Including collaborations, Lady Gaga and BLACKPINK‘s track “Sour Candy” holds the record after peaking at No. 17 back in 2020.)

FIFTY FIFTY is also only the second K-pop girl group ever to chart a song for five weeks on the Official Singles Chart (following BLACKPINK).

Congratulations to FIFTY FIFTY on their new record!