BTS' JIMIN Sets Biggest Debut For A Korean Soloist On Spotify
Karen Jane Ng
While BTS continues to break records left and right with their new album Map of the Soul: 7, member Jimin is also reaping honors with his solo track "Filter"!
He has just become the Korean soloist with the biggest debut on Spotify as his slinky Latin-esque song achieved 2,217,097 streams on its first day of release. It's also charting high on the platform's global chart at No. 33.
#BTS's #Jimin Makes History As His New Dope Track #Filter Scores Biggest Debut For A Korean Solo Artist On Spotify With 2,217,097 Streams In Its First 24 Hours!💪👨🎤🥇🇰🇷 💥🌎2️⃣➕Ⓜ️🔥🌟👑💜 @BTS_twt https://t.co/2fzcLBXx7Z pic.twitter.com/qLpVaZEE2r
— World Music Awards (@WORLDMUSICAWARD) February 25, 2020
Jimin also holds the same record on SoundCloud with his self-composed song "Promise". Congratulations, Park Jimin!
— 방탄소년단 (@BTS_twt) January 27, 2020