(PRESSREELS) Jimin’s solo song “Filter” from the group BTS (BTS) was ranked on the U.S. Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart for the 18th time, showing off its global music power.
Jimin’s solo song “Filter” was ranked 11th on the U.S. Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart on July 14.
This is the 18th ranking, and the ranking, which first started in third place, continues to top the list, boasting a prominent position among the BTS albums.
“Filter” has set a record of 12 times in the top 10 of the World Digital Song Sales chart, the highest number of songs in the entire fourth full-length album “Map of the Soul: 7” and has been on the charts for nine consecutive weeks, continuing to collect the most from “Map of the Soul:7” albums, showing strong global music power.
Jimin’s solo song “Filter,” which already continues to record high music sales in April, currently has more than 62 million streams on the world’s largest streaming site “Spotify,” and has the highest streaming views among the solo songs on the “Map of the Soul:7” album.
This proves that Jimin’s Filter is the most popular solo song in the fourth full-length album, “Map of the Soul: 7,” which has dominated both global streaming and music sales.
On the 12th, “Filter” topped the “Top Song” chart on iTunes, the most popular country on iTunes, thanks to the popularity of global fans, as well as topped the best-selling “Digital Songs” category and the “International” section on Amazon, a major global music download platform, for four consecutive days, continuing its record-breaking streak in the love of fans around the world.