(PRESSREELS) BTS Jimin’s solo song “Filter” ranked seventh on the U.S. Billboard’s “World Digital Song Sales” chart. This is the highest ranking among BTS songs, including group and individual songs.
Jimin’s solo song “Filter” showed his strong potential to push for a hot new song, ranking seventh, one notch higher than the eighth place recorded by “Your Eyes Tell,” in his fourth full-length Japanese album “Map of the Soul: 7~THE JOURNEY” released on July 15.
Ji-min’s solo song “Filter,” which has proved a series of super-strong global popularity and sound power that has been released five months ago, is already the longest-running BTS song called “Chart in” on the Billboard’s “World Digital Song Sales” chart, as well as the highest-ranked solo song among BTS songs.
In addition, “Filter” topped the charts for Amazon Music’s bestseller “Songs” and “International” charts in the U.S., and topped the charts for two consecutive days on the 29th and 30th.
In addition, Jimin’s solo song “Filter,” which is visited by countless global fans, has surpassed 68 million streams and is on the verge of 70 million, as it was selected as one of the five most popular BTS songs on Spotify, the world’s largest streaming site. It is also the highest-ranked BTS solo song on the ‘Map of the Soul: 7’ album.
On August 4, the official audio video of the Youtube channel also surpassed 30 million, occupying the best views and charts of BTS solo songs on the global major music platform, including the world’s major streaming site Spotify, music download’s major platform Amazon site, the official audio video of YouTube, and the “Billboard” chart.