Jungkook's 'Seven' added a new record on the US Billboard
Jungkook's 'Seven' added a new record on the US Billboard
BTS Jungkook's 'Seven (feat. Latto)' added a meaningful record on the Billboard chart.

According to the latest chart (as of August 19) released by Billboard, an American music media outlet, on the 15th (local time), Jungkook's 'Seven (feat. climbed on top With this, Jungkook was recorded as the first Korean solo artist to keep the top spot for 4 weeks in a row on the 'Global 200' and 'Global (excluding the US)' charts, which rank by counting streaming and sales in more than 200 countries/regions around the world. . Along with this, "Seven" became the first song to be streamed more than 100 million times in 4 consecutive weeks since the "Global (excluding the US)" chart was newly established in September 2020.

In addition, 'Seven' was ranked 28th on Billboard's main song chart 'Hot 100', rebounding by two notches compared to last week. After being announced on the 14th of last month, 'Seven', which entered the 'Hot 100' (as of July 29th) at No. 1, boasted steady popularity and stayed on the chart for 4 consecutive weeks.
Jungkook's 'Seven' added a new record on the US Billboard
Jungkook's 'Seven' added a new record on the US Billboard
Jimin's solo album 'FACE' is also a long-term hit. The album's title song 'Like Crazy' rebounded all at once to No. 41 on the 'Global (excluding the US)' and No. 64 on the 'Global 200,' and entered the chart for 20 consecutive weeks. 'FACE' also stayed on the chart for 20 consecutive weeks, ranking 11th in 'World Album', which is the longest charting record for a Korean solo artist album.

Reporter Kim Ji-won, Ten Asia bella@tenasia.co.kr translated by google