ParkJimin, the lead vocalist and the main dancer in BTS recently made headline as he set a major record as the first and only Korean soloist with 4 songs surpassing 60M streams on Spotify. Believe it or not, he actually extended his own record which he set back on August 2019 where he broke Psy's record on the streaming platform. Back on February 2020, upon the release of BTS's Map Of The Soul: 7 album, he set another major record as "Filter" earned the biggest debut for a Korean soloist in Spotify history with 2.2M streams.
Recently he added another major record as "Filter" officially become the most stream Korean solo song in 2020 on Spotify, breaking Zico's record with "Any Song". Fans around the world celebrated his achievements by trending two hashtags #FilterSpotifyNo1 and #RecordBreakingFilter worldwide.
It doesn't end there, shortly after he set the record on Spotify, he continue to add another record on Gaon Mid-Year chart. "Filter" by Jimin officially become the Most Streamed Boy Group Solo So
ng on Gaon's mid-year chart. "Filter" is currently the highest charting solo song by BTS member in Gaon Digital Chart and Streaming Chart. It is also the only solo song charting on Gaon's Download Chart. "Filter" recently surpassed 150M Digital Points, making it the fastest solo track from Map Of The Soul: 7 to achieved this feat.
Congratulation to BTS Jimin for another back to back achievements.