BTS’ Jimin sets historic new record with solo song ‘Filter’ in India

BTS' Jimin sets historic new record with his unpromoted song on Spotify. "Filter" is also the most-streamed solo song in India.

Park Jimin is no stranger to breaking records when it comes to music. The BTS band member has been making a wave in India as well the world with his smashing hit song “Filter“. The song has been dominating most of the world’s music charts ever since its release. In India, Filter is the most streamed solo song and the only song in the Top 5 Most Streamed Songs.

After months of its release, Jimin’s “Filter” broke through 60 million streams on popular music app Spotify. This comes after four of his solo songs earlier reached that historic milestone. Filter joining other BTS tracks on the list has officially made Jimin the first and only Korean soloist to have 4 songs surpass 60 million Spotify streams. His previous singles, “Lie”, “Intro: Serendipity”, and “Serendipity (Full Length Edition) also held the same records.

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Like in every other country, India also has a massive fanbase of BTS’ ARMY. While the country does not have an official music chart, Filter became the second most played song in Jio Saavan which has over 100 million listeners. The song went viral among locals when popular Indian YouTuber ‘Manikas-whims’ used the song as background music in his video.

This isn’t BTS’ Jimin’s first time holding a major record. Filter was the fastest to enter the Billboard Hot 100 when it released. The song also set the record for the biggest first-day debut for a Korean solo on Spotify. Additionally, it became the most streamed Korean solo song on YouTube Music. Surprisingly, the song achieved all this without promotion!

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BTS’ Jimin is one of the most loved and popular K-pop singers in the world. This achievement only adds to a feather to his amazingness.

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