BTS, TXT and More: These Male K-Pop Artists Gained the Most Youtube Subscribers in April 2021 – KpopHit

On May 1 KST, K-Pop Radar’s monthly charts for the male K-Pop artists who gained the most Youtube subscribers were updated to reflect the data that they have gathered for the month of April.

Want to know if your favorite male K-Pop artist gained the most subscribers? Continue reading to find out!

BTS is the Male K-Pop Artist Who Gained the Most Youtube Subscribers in April 2021

Taking in the number one spot on K-Pop Radar’s Youtube Subscribers monthly chart for April 2021 by male artists is superstars and global phenomenon, BTS! According to K-Pop Radar, BTS’s “BANGTANTV” gained a total of 2.1 million new Youtube subscribers in the month of April alone, and by the end of the month, the group has a total of 48.9 million subscribers.

As of this writing, the group raked in more than 200,000 more subscribers and is at 49.1 millon subscribers.

The Youtube channel, which was opened in December 2012 – less than a year before BTS’s debut in June 2013, has accumulated a total of 9,834,383,822 views with all of their 1,480 videos published combined.

Based on the average, “BANGTANTV” gains around 61,364 new subscribers a day and around 16,680,006 views from all of their Youtube videos combined. Their videos consists of behind-the-scenes, performances, vlogs and more.

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TXT is the Second Male K-Pop Artist Who Gained the Most Youtube Subscribers in April 2021

Coming in at second place is BTS’s labelmate and brother group, TXT – know as Tomorrow X Together! According to K-Pop Radar, TXT’s Youtube channel gained a total of more than 230,000 new subscribers. By the end of April, the group has a total of more than 6.5 million Youtube suscribers.

The group’s Youtube channel, which was created in December 2018, racked up a total of 338,815,292 views with all of their published videos combined. TXT uploads vlogs, performances, behind-the-scenes and more on their channel.

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These are the Top 50 Male K-Pop Artists That Gained the Most YouTube Subscribers in April 2021:

1. BTS (+2.1m)

2. TXT (+230k)

3. NCT DREAM (+230k)

4. Stray Kids (+220k)

5. EXO (+170k)

6. NCT (+160k)

7. ASTRO (+150k)

8. TREASURE (+150k)

9. ENHYPEN (+150k)

10. OnlyOneOf (+146k)

11. iKON (+110k)

12. NCT 127 (+110k)

13. BIGBANG (+100k)

14. SEVENTEEN (+100k)

15. WayV (+100k)

16. GOT7’s Jackson (+80k)

17. ATEEZ (+80k)

19. EXO’s Chanyeol (+80k)

20. THE BOYZ (+80k)

21. SuperM (+70k)

22. SHINee (+60k)

23. Jay Park (+50k)

24. HaHa (+48k)

25. Jeong Chanwoo (+45k)

26. GOT7’s Bambam (+42k)

27. EXO’s Baekhyun (+40k)

28. Super Junior (+40k)

29. Day6 (+40k)

30. Henry (+40k)

31. Kang Daniel (+40k)

32. Wonho (+32k)

33. Song Yoonhyung (+31k)

34. MONSTA X (+30k)

35. NU’EST (+30k)

36. 2PM (+30k)

37. Kim Hyunjoong (+30k)

38. DPR Live (+29k)

39. SF9 (+28k)

40. Kim Jaehwan (+26k)

41. P1Harmony (+23k)

42. WINNER (+20k)

43. GOT7’s Mark (+20k)

44. G-Dragon (+20k)

45. BTOB (+20k)

46. GOT7 (+20k)

47. PENTAGON (+20k)

48. ONEUS (+20k)

49. Lim Young Woong (+20k)

50. The Rose (+19k)

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Written by Robyn Joan



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