Here’s A Look At How Lines Were Distributed (Very Evenly) For The Top 15 K-Pop Songs Of February

Nearly all of them were distributed quite fairly!

Oftentimes when sampling a group of K-Pop songs to look at how their lines are distributed, you’ll find a lot of songs with rather uneven distributions. It’s fairly common in the music genre, although some groups are definitely less prone to it than others!

SHINee’s Minho

Interestingly, though, most of the most popular songs from February have a pretty even, fair distribution of lines between members. Maybe this is just a coincidence, or maybe it’s a sign that companies are starting to recognize that it generally makes fans happier to see members be given lines more evenly.

aespa’s Karina

Here are the line distributions for the 15 most-watched K-Pop music videos from the month of February.

15. “Wanted” by MONSTA X

14. “Zero:Attitude” by Soyou & IZ*ONE

13. “Breaking Dawn” by The Boyz

12. “Way Home” by TXT

11. “Can We Talk Again” by PURPLEKISS

10. “Doom Doom Ta” by TRI.BE

9. “Wrap Me In Plastic” by MOMOLAND ft. CHROMANCE

8. “All or Nothing” by WEi

7. “Encore” by GOT7

6. “Switch To Me” by Dahyun & Chaeyoung (TWICE)

5. “Beautiful Beautiful” by ONF

4. “Gimme Gimme” by NCT 127

3. “Cinema” by CIX

2. “Don’t Call Me” by SHINee

1. “Forever” by aespa

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