The girl group FIFTY FIFTY has secured the 10th spot in the "2024 Billboard K-Pop Artist 100" chart.

On February 27, prior to its official launch in Korea, Billboard announced the "2024 Billboard K-Pop Artist 100" list, where FIFTY FIFTY, known for their hit "Cupid" which peaked at number 17 on the "Hot 100" and stayed on the chart for a total of 25 weeks last year, achieved the highest ranking among K-pop girl groups at number 10.

According to Billboard, FIFTY FIFTY made a remarkable entrance among many new K-pop acts with their debut single "Cupid," reaching the pinnacle of number 17 on the "Hot 100" and spending a total of 25 weeks on the chart. Initially released in both Korean and English versions to reach the widest possible global audience of K-pop, the song was further bolstered by faster and slower versions and a remix featuring Sabrina Carpenter.

This ranking was determined by combining the performances on the "Billboard 200," "Hot 100," and Billboard Box Score charts from January 7 to December 30 of last year.

Reflecting the elevated status of K-pop, Billboard is establishing "Billboard Korea" and will publish its inaugural issue "BillboardK Vol.1" in June.

Meanwhile, FIFTY FIFTY is diligently working on a new member lineup and album preparations, targeting a comeback in June or July.