Lot of them are not streaming the ACTUAL SONG, they stream 30 sec long mp3 files, so it gets more scrobbles in a short period of time. I like BTS, I have nothing against them, but why do you have to fake the scrobbles?
Listening to our faves 🎵 ENTIRELY not for 30 secs is healing ... #BTS #LifeGoesOn and their entire music and content is healing...... never a skipped song/album.
By the way, anyone starting to initiate (provoke) hate (which is the biggest problem in the world today that's keeps it divided) . Please go to your faves and leave BTS and ARMY alone.
Go and spread love, compassion and empathy. Do something positive in your community, not be an influence in pushing a negative agenda. Instead promote a positive attitude and awareness epecially for those struggling with life or being cyber bully.
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Life goes on is a perfect example of a song being pushed by a minority of fans using multiply devices to push stream one song into the charts. It's sad to see the legitimate of this song being pulled away after it drops like hell from the charts. I mean 1>28>93 in just 3 weeks. I think that says enough on how far we stand today. I think the real fans should start to ask themselves what the point is of all this manipulation, they got their big hit they got their break tough they probably get a Grammy too. What else do you need? the crusade for k-pop being acknowledge by the mean stream is over. Their mainstream now, just don't make it stupid obvious that their being pushed, it really looks lame on the artist.
you expected a ballad in korean with no radio support and little to no playlisting on all streaming platforms to stay on an american chart for longer? and in december, with aiwfc entering bb hot100 at no 29 like a month before xmas? you talk like you know all about charts yet you fail to mention how the song is still at no 18 on bb global excl us, where radio is not counted, therefore (at least to me) is a much better representation of what people actually listen to, as opposed to what the industry wants to sell to them. also, stop treating american charts as the worldwide standard please, other countries exist too. bts can chart at no 1 on bb hot 100, american artists cant chart on melon.
Come back after checking the global charts. Like somebody mentioned here, america is not the representation of global demand. Also what you're failing to understand is that we, streaming is to spread their music and message. You are the one making it painfully obvious that you're not liking them being recognised. You don't like their work? move on and listen to your favourites. We wish you good luck.
"One day, the world stopped
Without any warning
Spring didn't know to wait
Showed up not even a minute late
Streets erased of footprints
I lie here, fallen to the ground
Time goes by on its own
Without a single apology"