“Filter” by Jimin maintained its strength and became the highest streamed b-side and solo song in the US and UK Spotify for the debut week.
Based on the data of First Week of Streams on US Spotify, Filter garnered a total stream of 2,908,987, which is the highest among BTS’s solo songs. Meanwhile, it amassed a total of 428,534 streams on UK Spotify and also ranked as the highest b-side and solo track of BTS.
Filter remained to be the most streamed solo song from BTS’s fourth full-length album Map of the Soul:7 and the most-streamed solo from a Korean artist in 2020.
Filter has now accumulated more than 106 million streams on Spotify worldwide.
Further, Filter also dominated the MelOn Chart. Filter peaked with 258,662 as #1 solo songs of BTS. Likewise, Jimin’s self-produced song Friends is not far behind, which peaked with 235,083 daily listeners.
On November 20, after the release of BTS’s latest album BE, Filter charted on Melon as the highest BTS solo song.
Earlier, Filter has surpassed 150,000 likes on Melon and remained to be the most liked solo song released by a group in 2020.
Finally, Filter is still the best selling BTS’s solo song on Amazon.
It is amazing that 9 months after its release and without any promotion, Filter has maintained its strong popularity and continued to dominate charts in major music markets like the US and UK.