The popularity of BTS Jimin’s solo song “Filter” has also been proven in the Middle East.
On the 24th, Jimin’s solo song “Filter,” which was included in BTS’ fourth full-length album “Map of the Soul:7,” ranked third on the K-pop chart of “Anghami” the most legal and popular music platform in the Middle East, drawing keen attention.
Following Jimin’s “Filter,” the album’s title track “ON” ranked fourth, becoming the only solo song on the chart to hit the highest number of songs in the album.
Since its release on February 24, “Filter” has been ranked higher than the BTS title song “ON” (23rd) on the main chart of “Angami” and on the KSA chart, “Filter” topped the album’s songs with strong potential, and has consistently ranked among the top four songs since then, topping the K-pop charts several times.
More than 90 days later, “Filter” is again the most popular K-pop song on the album’s chart, and Jimin’s solo song “Lie” from his second full-length album “WINGS” and “Love Yourself H HER” intro song “Serendipity” “Serendipity” and “LOVE YOURSELF 承 HER.”
This is all the more meaningful because it is the most streamed member of BTS’ official account and it is very difficult for a Korean solo artist to record more than 3 million streams on the Middle East chart without a solo debut or promotion.