Girl group (G)I-DLE captured the Chinese language with their new song “Oh My God.”
Shortly after the release of (G)I-DLE’s new mini-album, “Oh My God,” which was released on the 6th, it topped daily popular charts and new song charts on Wang-e Music, a music streaming platform in China, as well as weekly K-pop charts.
Earlier in July last year, (G)I-DLE was the only K-pop artist to rank 22nd on the “2019 First Half TOP50” chart released by Wang Yi Music.
In addition, (G)I-DLE topped iTunes’ top album charts in 58 regions around the world, including the Netherlands, Malaysia, Brazil, Singapore, Canada and Vietnam, with their new mini-album “I trust,” setting a new K-pop girl group record.
The music video for “Oh My God” has also continued its explosive popularity, surpassing 5 million views on YouTube within six hours of its release, 17 million views in one day and 30 million views in two days, and exceeding 50 million views as of 7 a.m. on the 13th, the seventh day after its release.
(G)I-DLE’s third mini-album “I-Trust” is an album that contains (G)I-DLE’s confidence, starting with “I” the existence of faith and expressing “I believe in myself.”
Its title track “Oh My God” is a self-written song by “genius producer” leader Soyeon and is a song of the Urban Hiphop genre with a message that she experiences feelings of “denial,” “confusion,” “acknowledgement” and “confident” and realizes she has to believe in herself through her encounters with reality.