Blockchain-backed K-pop Girl Group tripleS Achieved 28 Million Views With Their Debut Album

K-pop Girl Group tripleS Achieved 28 Million Views: With the release of their first subunit’s self-titled debut album, tripleS has catapulted to the forefront of the vast worldwide K-Pop scene. Within the first three weeks of its release, the album’s first single, “Generation,” which features a unique blend of blockchain and pop music from a group of women headquartered in Seoul, South Korea, has already racked up over 28 million YouTube views.

tripleS is a 24-member Korean pop girl group made up of several smaller groups. Using a voting system based on blockchain technology, “Gravity,” fans may decide which members will make up the group’s many subgroups. Kim Yoo-Yeon, Kim Na-Kyoung, Jeong Hye-rin, and Gong Yu-bin provide vocals for the group’s initial subunit, Acid Angel from Asia.

When AAA dropped Access on October 28th, they never expected it to rack up 28 million views on YouTube and over 5.5 million streams on Spotify by November 21st. As a result of their debut, the group topped the iTunes K-Pop Album Chart in the United States, Mexico, and Turkey, and peaked at number nine on the iTunes K-Pop Song Chart in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

It peaked at #74 on iTunes’s global album chart. A total of six songs (Access, Rolex, Charla, Dimension, +82, and Generation) can be found on Access. Over a million people heard the title track, “Generation,” in the first 24 hours after its release, and over 10 million people heard it in the first week.

K-Pop girl group tripleS
K-Pop girl group tripleS

The generation that has never known a world without the internet is the topic of “Generation,” the lead tune from Access. The AAA foursome may be seen in the music video skipping class and partying it up in the busy streets of Seoul.

At the video’s close, a member of tripleS’ upcoming subunit +(KR)ystal Eyes can be seen, suggesting that they will soon release their second single. TripleS is powered by the Modhaus open architecture entertainment ecosystem.

The blockchain components were developed by Modhaus, and the company is continuing to forge partnerships with prominent figures in the Web3 sector to spread the word about the benefits of blockchain technology through the immensely successful medium of K-Pop.

Together with The Sandbox, Modhaus is building a community where fans can interact with events happening in the metaverse. Modhaus will work with tripleS to develop licenced NFTs like avatars, wearables, and digital collectibles. Outside of North America, Modhaus will promote tripleS in GameFi communities through alliances with guilds such as GuildFi, Ancient 8, and League of Kingdoms.

About tripleS

tripleS is a 24-member Korean pop female group that gives their fans complete creative freedom by leveraging blockchain technology. Modhaus’s Polygon-based voting method has already seen two components, Acid Angel from Asia and +(KR)ystal Eyes, approved by the community.

About Modhaus

Modhaus is a Web3 initiative that uses blockchain technology to spread Korean pop culture. The company places the audience squarely in the middle of the action, bringing them closer to the creators they love. Using NFT-powered governance systems, Modhaus hopes to involve fans in all aspects of production.

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