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“Mmmh”: Kai continues to break world records




"Mmmh": Kai continues to break world records

The EXO idol continues to gain fame with his first solo music production. Kai broke the record as the first artist from SM Entertainment to hit the iTunes charts in more than 40 countries with their last song ‘Mmmh’.

2020 was a great year for Kai, made his debut as a solo artist, released his first mini-album and promoted the music project with the song ‘Mmmh’ The MV was released on November 29th and has exceeded 34 million views.

KAI has first place in the album list of iTunes in more than 66 countries and reached other positions in areas such as the United States, Italy, Spain, Japan. The production took third place within the albums SM entertainment with more numbers 1.

Furthermore, KAI (开) registered more than 300,000 copies sold in Hanteo, one of the charts of great importance in South Koreais the second album by a solo idol from EXO and HER to exceed this number of units.

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“Mmmh”: Kai continues to break world records

The member of EXO Not only did he see incredible sales, # 1, YouTube and other platforms or mentions made by some of his peers Covers the single.

The choreography of ‘Mmmh ‘ demonstrated the capabilities of Quay many on stage Idols of K-Pop, C-Pop and T-Pop shared their own covers and featured a fan-boy page from the member of EXO.

Taeyang from SF9 posted a video about dancing on Instagram. ‘Mmmh ‘The VERIVERY members unveiled the group version of the dance from Jongin. Newkidds Woochul posted an emotional and professional clip of the song on YouTube.

Jinyoung and Byounggun from CIX taught their fans a bit of choreography of ‘.Mmmm‘and Hyunsuk presented a video cover of Hello Stranger, another song included on the self-titled album. Quay.

The girls weren’t far behind idol Hu Xiaohui from the Chinese group SNH48 and Faii from the Thai group BNK48 have joined the #MmmhChallege in the TikTok community. Do you have a favorite cover of ‘Mmmmh’?

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