CNBLUE’s hit single “Can’t Stop” was recently chosen as Taiwan’s favorite 2014 K-pop song on Hit FM’s “Annual Top 100 Singles Chart!”
Hit FM’s “Annual Top 100 Singles Chart” ranks the top 100 songs with the most popularity in Taiwan during the year. The ranking is determined by online polls, weekly charts, and sales volumes, and it is an accurate view of Taiwan’s most popular songs.
CNBLUE’s “Can’t Stop” ranked an impressive #4 on the overall chart, right after Frozen‘s “Let It Go.” First and second place went to Taiwanese artists Jolin Tsai and Stefanie Sun.
The track has received international attention since its release in February, ranking #17 on Mashable’s “2014 Most Tweeted Songs” and Billboard’s “2014 K-Pop Top 10” lists.
The band has also received several awards in South Korea this year, including at the Golden Disk Awards, Best Rock Song at the 2014 MelOn Music Awards, Best Band Performance at the the 2014 Mnet Asian Music Awards, and Best Band at 2014 SBS Awards Festival.
Overall, CNBLUE has raked in an impressive seven trophies in 2014!
Source: The Star