BTS star Jungkook, who is fulfilling his mandatory services, also maintains his position on the Billboard charts with his latest album ‘Golden.’
The ‘3D’ singer now became the first Korean soloist to achieve a significant milestone on the Billboard Top 200 list.
Jungkook is setting new records:
Since the debut of first solo album, Jungkook songs from the ‘Golden’ album have dominated the upper ranks of the Billboard charts suppressing the song of Spotify Global Artist, Taylor Swift.
After making its No. 2 debut in November, Jungkook’s GOLDEN continued to hold its position at No. 33 on the Billboard 200 as of the week ending on December 16.
With the release of the thrilling remix video for “Standing Next To You” featuring Usher, Jungkook, the golden maknae of BTS, has made Billboard history. He demonstrated his solo prowess on the international scene by becoming the first Korean solo artist to appear in the Top 40 of the Billboard 200 for five weeks in a row. Still, that’s not all! Jungkook is the first K-pop soloist to hold the No. 16 position on the Billboard Artist 100 for an incredible 17 weeks, shattering yet another record.
Standing Next To You and 3D’s comeback on Billboard 100:
The Still With You singer released a remix of his lead single from Golden on December 15. Standing Next To You, one of his songs, rose to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 as a result of the re-release.
The song secured the 72nd spot on the list, with his other digital single, 3D, coming in close second. After nine weeks of release, Jungkook and Jack Harlow’s 3D is presently comfortably positioned at No. 92.
Jungkook’s ‘Golden’ update on Billboard sales:-
In its fifth week of release, GOLDEN debuted at No. 14 on the Top Current Album Sales chart by Billboard and No. 15 on the Top Album Sales chart. The best-selling albums of the current week are determined by assessing both physical and digital album sales in this list. At the fourteenth position, GOLDEN continues to sell well even one month after its release.
Jungkook’s single ‘Seven’ streaming on Spotify:-
Jungkook’s solo single ‘Seven’ released in partnership with Latto in July, hit the top of the Spotify charts with 1.2 billion plays, marking a significant accomplishment in just five months. The global phenomenon Dynamite is the most streamed K-Pop song on the platform, with Seven surpassing even BTS’s summer hit Butter.
Amazingly, Seven accomplished this in just five months following its release. The golden maknae and actress Han So Hee made their debuts in the music video for the digital single on the streaming platform in July.
Positive comments from fans ‘Seven’ appears set to smash the record for most BTS and K-pop songs in the near future. The group will be extremely pleased., “I’m getting addicted to ‘Seven’ the more I listen to it.”, “there is no way i’m ending my obsession with seven right here”, ARMYS keep streaming till out boys make a comeback, this the fandom power now”, “Wow, the top 3 is all BTS.”