Speed News Portal

BTS’s Jimin Creates History as First Korean Solo Artist to Top Us Songs List

As the first South Korean solo artist to reach the top spot on the American Songs chart, Jimin, a member of the K-pop ensemble BTS, has created history, according to Billboard. This week, the song “Like Crazy” debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100, unseating Miley Cyrus’s “Flowers,” which had held the top spot for eight weeks.

Thanks to “Like Crazy,” Jimin is the first South Korean solo artist to have a No. 1 hit on the Hot 100, according to a tweet from Billboard. The tune, which is from Jimin’s debut solo album “Face,” is the 66th to enter at the top of the Hot 100 list, which has been in existence since 1958 and incorporates all-genre US streaming, radio play, and sales statistics, according to an industry tracker.

Industry sources said that “Face” dethroned fellow BTS member RM’s “Indigo,” which peaked at No. 3 in December, to become the highest charting album by a South Korean solo artist. BTS is regarded as South Korea’s biggest cultural success to date, topping the charts, selling out stadiums throughout the globe, bringing in billions for the economy, and amassing an army of ARMYs of followers around the world.

You can also see the most recent news below:

But, the K-pop titan announced a break last year because of the mandatory military service in South Korea. The eldest member of BTS, Jin, enrolled last year after years of discussion about whether the group deserved an exemption from the requirement that all able-bodied men in South Korea serve at least 18 months in the military.

Additionally, you can view the most recent news below:

Before the break, BTS had six No. 1 hits on the Hot 100, and according to Billboard, all seven members of the boyband have solo songs that have reached the top of the charts. Before BTS took over, the international smash “Gangnam Style” by South Korean rapper Psy peaked at No. 2 in 2012, according to Billboard.


Stay Connected With unitedfact.com

Comments are closed.