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Jimin’s ‘Filter’ Surpasses 60 Million Streams on Spotify

Credit: Herald Kyungjae, Spotify 

BTS Jimin’s solo song “Filter” set a new record for a Korean male solo artist on Spotify.

According to Spotify on July 5, Jimin’s “Filter” has surpassed 60 million streams as of July 4. With such a record set 134 days after its release, Jimin is now the first Korean male solo artist to achieve the feat in the shortest time.

Besides, “Filter” also recorded the most streams among all tracks in BTS’s fourth full-length album MAP OF THE SOUL: 7. It is also ahead of the title track “ON” and the pre-released track “Black Swan.”

At the time of the release, “Filter” entered the Billboard Hot 100 chart, Official Singles Chart and the Canadian Billboard Chart. The popularity is still ongoing. The song ranked 5th on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales Chart for 16 consecutive weeks.

Jimin is currently setting a new record in Korea by topping the boy band’s personal brand reputation for 18 consecutive months.

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