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Rocket Punch Ranks On Billboard’s World Digital Songs Chart With “Ring Ring”

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Rocket Punch summons global attention for their bubbly track, “Ring Ring”, ranking at number 17 on Billboard’s “World Digital Songs” chart.

Rocket Punch released the retro-inspired summer track, “Ring Ring” and amassed worldwide attention, landing at 17 on the Billboard World Digital Songs chart. The track continues to gain popularity among global listeners, also surpassing 1.17 million cumulative streams on the platform Spotify. Moreover, the group’s debut song, “BIM BAM BUM” achieved more than 6 million cumulative streams, further displaying Rocket Punch’s emerging global influence.

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Rocket Punch also acclaimed praise from various media publications for their success with “Ring Ring”. The American economic magazine, Forbes, selected the track as one that demands attention for its artists. The publication stated, “The rapid rise in the rankings shows that Rocket Punch is solidifying its position in the United States”.

Additionally, the single ranked on 12 overseas iTunes Top K-Pop charts and topped domestic music platforms.

Meanwhile, Rocket Punch will continue extending their global reach as they make their debut in Japan on August 4. The news of their Japanese debut summoned great support from local media and the public. As a result, the announcement was featured on Yahoo Japan, the country’s largest digital portal site, indicating the local interest in their upcoming work.

“Ring Ring” captivated listeners with its punchy melody. Reminiscent of the retro music of the ’80s, its upbeat tune immediately hooks listeners with its catchy appeal. The song’s lyrics call for a true lover to abandon their hesitation and call them. All members shined in the matching retro music video.

While Rocket Punch continues to gain fans domestically and overseas, expectations rise for their growth. Many anticipate their influence continuing to evolve in the global K-Pop music market.


Source: Star News

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