South Korea – Jungkook BTS is rumored to have dominated the music charts of the United States and Japan. With this, Jungkook is the first Korean solo singer to enter the Spotify global chart and immediately occupies the number 1 position.
According to Spotify, Seven’s stream count is the highest ever recorded by a new global top song entry. So how is the information? Come on, take a peek below.
Jugkook BTS Topped US and Japanese Music Charts
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Launching from MK on Sunday, July 16, 203, according to Spotify, the world’s largest music streaming company, on July 15, 2023, Jungkook’s solo single titled Seven (feat. Latto) was played 15,995,378 times on the Daily Top Song Global and ranked first.
Jungkook is the first Korean solo singer to enter Spotify’s global chart and immediately took the number 1 spot. According to Spotify, Seven’s stream count is the highest ever recorded by a new top song global entry.
In addition, on the Spotify Daily Top Song Global section, Seven’s instrumental song is ranked 65th. Then the songs Still With You and My You are also ranked 54th and 113th, respectively.
Seven’s new song also just entered 1st, 2nd, and 4th position in the latest Daily Digital Single Ranking (as of July 14th) announced by Oricon Japan. In particular, Clean Ver and Explicit Ver of this song occupy the 1st and 2nd positions with 17,142 downloads and 9,625 downloads respectively, and Lalu Instrumental Seven occupies the 4th position.
Seven Other Achievements
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Seven from Jungkook took the world by storm right after its release. The song swept to the top of the iTunes Top Song Chart in 106 countries or territories (as of July 15).
In addition, Seven took first place on Melon TOP 100 (last July 15, 2023), the largest music site in Korea, setting a new record for a male solo artist to reach the top of the chart in a short time.
Meanwhile, Jungkook’s Seven is a song that combines addictive melodies with warm-sounding acoustic guitar and rhythms from the UK garage genre (electronic music made in England in the early 1990s). (bbi)