Monsta X’s “Jealousy” Made Available To US Pop Radio

The K-pop single is available to US radio programmers.

Monsta X - Jealousy | StarshipTV/YouTube

Is Monsta X about to command attention at pop radio in the United States?

A step has been made toward making that possibility a reality. Gramophone has made the K-pop group’s “Jealousy” available to mainstream radio programmers.

At least one station has already offered airplay. Oklahoma’s KJ103, which provided ample support to singles from K-pop group BTS, played Monsta X’s “Jealousy” last week.

Neither an impact date nor a formal promotional plan has yet been confirmed for “Jealousy.” The very idea that it is available to US radio nonetheless represents a victory for Monsta X — and the K-pop genre.

Available on the StarshipTV channel, the official “Jealousy” video boasts over 7 million YouTube views.

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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