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Top 10 Kpop Debut Songs of All Time

Updated on February 8, 2019
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Every year, there must be new songs or Kpop groups that debut. From the amazing vocals, captivating dance moves, and looks pretty handsome and definitely able to sedate the Idol Kpop fans around the world.

Not infrequently, even though it only debuted, the Kpop groups could gained high popularity. Apart from the handsome and beautiful character of the Idols, the song can be one of the factors in the success of the Kpop group in gaining popularity during its debut.

Here is a list of the top 10 all-time debut songs from the Kpop group.

2NE1 - Fire

Fire became 2NE1's debut single released in May 2009. This electropop genre song combines hip-hop music with reggae. Fire was created by Teddy Park and was a hit on all Korean charts.

No wonder Fire is one of the best debut songs of all time. Not only in Korea, 2NE1's debut song is also liked by Kpop fans around the world.

EXO - Mama

When EXO's debut song titled MAMA was released in 2012, they immediately gained high popularity in the Kpop community. Combining R&B, rock guitars, and orchestras creates unique concepts that prove successful. Even this song's music video has viewers of more than 73 million views on Youtube.

BLACKPINK - Boombayah

Even though BLACKPINK is still new in the Kpop music industry, BLACKPINK already has high popularity even before its debut. Released in 2006. Boombayah has lyrics and music videos that exude self-confidence. Boombayah a song that managed to get a high popularity, even the song became the top rankings on the World Digital Billboard charts.


SHINee - Replay

It's not complete if I don't include the one and only, SHINee. This Kpop group also has a best debut song. Their song titled Replay is able to enchant listeners to love them. This debut song has a sophisticated R&B rhythm, iconic dance movements and lyrics that are not easy to forget.


Girls Generation - Into the New World

Girls Generation first appeared in 2007 with their debut song titled Into the New World. The song sold more than 10,000 copies in the first month of its release. Into the New World itself was created by Kenzie, a Japanese composer who has created many hit songs for SM Entertainment.


TWICE - Like Ooh Ahh

Like Ooh Ahh became the first song from TWICE. In just one year after its release, the music videos from this song have reached more than 100 million views. The song was released on October 20, 2015 by JYP Entertainment and distributed by KT Music.


MAMAMOO - Mr. Ambiguos

MAMAMOO officially debuted in 2014 with the song Mr. Ambiguous. The strong vocals and charming appearance of the group's personnel succeeded in making them win many awards and nominations. No wonder Mr. Ambiguous can be the best debut song for the Kpop group.

SISTAR - Push Push

When debuting, SISTAR comes with four personnel who have unique beauty. SISTAR debuted with their single Push Push released in 2010. The members displaying their personality cute and sexy in the video clip of the song. SISTAR successfully impressed fans with their vocal abilities.


BIGBANG - We Belong Together

We Belong Together was released in 2006 and this song is one of the iconic debut songs. Not only singing it, but the members of this boy band are also directly involved in this song. This song was a big success as evidenced by the song's ability to stay on the charts for eight months.


Miss A - Bad Girl, Good Girl

Miss A debuted in 2010, with their debut song titled Bad Girl, Good Girl. The song succeeded in occupying various charts in Korea, even beating top artists at the time. This video clip has exceeded 56 million viewers on Youtube. Their fans greatly admire their impressive vocal and dancing abilities.

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      6 months ago

      Why BTS not in the list


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