We know that BTS is breaking records upon records in the world of music. The Korean pop boy band has a mammoth fan base all across the globe, known as the ARMY. They are crazy about the septets and we totally get why. They are slowly and gradually taking over the world and it’s such a proud moment for the Korean music fraternity. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that BTS has a major contribution to putting Korean music on a global map. And Jimin from the septet has created yet another record. This time it’s for a solo artist. Jimin is the only Korean artist to have more than 100 million streams on Spotify for three of his solo songs each. Yes, you read that right?
Jimin’s Filter, Serendipity and Lie, each has crossed 100 million streams on the online music streaming app. In April 2020, Jimin’s ‘Lie’ became the solo song to record 100 million streams followed by ‘Serendipity’ in September 2020. And now on November 10, ‘Filter’ created a record of more than 100 million streams. Chart Data broke the news of the same and fans are going gaga and gushing over Jimin and pouring in wishes for him for achieving this feat.
For the unversed, Lie is a track from BTS’s second studio album, Wings, released in 2016. Serendipity was released as an introductory track of their extended play, Love yourself: Her in 2017. A full-length version was released in 2018 in the album Love Yourself: Answer. Filter was released in February 2020 and it’s the first solo song, from MOTS:7 to have achieved this feat in the shortest span. It crossed 100 million streams in less than 9 months. Check out the tweets of the Chart Data below:
You know what? This makes Jimin the only and the fastest Korean male artist to achieve this feat. It’s thrilling, isn’t it?
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