Rhymer, the pinnacle of Brand New Music, has responded to allegations of chart manipulation surrounding Kim Na Young and Yang Da Il’s new tune.
At 6 p.m. KST on December 1, Kim Na Young and Yang Da Il launched their duet “Goodbye List.” The tune entered the charts on Melon in 16th place, and continued to rise till it topped the charts at midnight KST on December 2.
However, the response has not been totally constructive as accusations of chart manipulation started to floor. “Goodbye List” had surpassed IU’s “Blueming” and “Into the Unknown” from “Frozen 2” to high the charts, and suspicions arose as IU is taken into account a powerhouse on streaming charts each time she releases new music whereas “Frozen 2” has been taking up Korea, attracting over 8.5 million moviegoers in 11 days and surpassing information of the primary movie within the sequence. People additionally cited the truth that the tune was launched on a weekend with none promotional advertising as a part of the allegations.
Rhymer, the pinnacle of Yang Da Il’s company Brand New Entertainment, responded to the accusations in an Instagram submit. He acknowledged, “Brand New Music would by no means partake in actions that aren’t honorable. We will not stand by as Yang Da Il, who has created a path for himself slowly and steadily, and the arduous work of the Brand New Music workers are broken, and we’re ready to take sturdy authorized motion.”
As of 1 p.m. KST on December 2, “Goodbye List” is at the moment on the high of Melon’s real-time streaming chart.
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