The 8 K-Pop Artists With The Most Entries On Billboard’s Hot Trending Songs Chart

K-Pop artists have dominated the chart since it launched.

Billboard‘s Hot Trending Songs chart is “a weekly recap of the most discussed songs on Twitter globally.” Since its inception, K-Pop artists have dominated the chart, including BLACKPINK‘s LisaNCT DREAM, and solo songs by members of BTS.

Here are the eight K-Pop acts with the most career entries on the Hot Trending Songs Powered by Twitter chart and the songs that made it possible.


TREASURE has three songs that have entered the chart.

  • “JIKJIN”
  • “U”
  • “DARARI”
TREASURE | @ygtreasuremaker/Twitter


Three of SEVENTEEN’s songs have made their way to the chart.

  • “Rock With You”
  • “Darl+ing”
  • “HOT”
SEVENTEEN | @pledis_17/Twitter

6. NCT U

NCT U has had three of their songs hit the chart.

  • “Universe (Let’s Play Ball)”
  • “OK!”
  • “Beautiful”
NCT | @nct/Instagram


Three of MONSTA X’s songs have also entered the chart.

  • “Rush Hour”
  • “The Dreaming”
  • “You Problem”
MONSTA X | @OfficialMonstaX/Twitter

4. BamBam (GOT7)

GOT7’s BamBam has three songs that have hit the chart.

  • “Slow Mo”
  • “Wheels Up” (featuring Mayzin)
  • “Who Are You” (featuring Seulgi of Red Velvet)
GOT7’s BamBam | @bambam1a/Instagram

3. Stray Kids

Four of Stray Kids’ songs have entered the chart.

  • “Thunderous”
  • “Christmas EveL”
  • “Winter Falls”
  • “MANIAC”
Stray Kids | @Stray_Kids_JP/Twitter


ENHYPEN has had an impressive seven songs enter the chart.

  • “Tamed-Dashed”
  • “Go Big or Go Home”
  • “Just a Little Bit”
  • “Upper Side Dreamin”
  • “Blockbuster”
  • “Blessed-Cursed”
  • “Polaroid Love”

1. BTS

BTS has had eight tracks enter Billboard’s Hot Trending Songs Powered by Twitter chart, making them the group with the most number of entries.

  • “Butter”
  • “Permission To Dance”
  • “Dynamite”
  • “My Universe” (Coldplay x BTS)
  • “Boy With Luv” (featuring Halsey)
  • “Yet To Come”
  • “Run BTS”
  • “For Youth”
BTS | @bts_bighit/Twitter
Source: Twitter and Billboard