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BTS Hits 1.8 Billion Views with “Dynamite”& Jungkook Smashes Spotify Records

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Jungkook’s Solo Single:

Big Hit Music just announced that Jungkook’s solo track, Standing Next to You, has soared past 400 million streams on Spotify. What’s even more impressive? It achieved this milestone in record time, marking it as the fastest K-pop solo song to hit such a staggering number.

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Jungkook from BTS

“Standing Next to You” is not just any song; it’s the spotlight track from Jungkook’s solo album, “Golden,” which dropped in November last year. This isn’t the first time Jungkook has left his mark – it’s actually his fifth solo song to join the elite 400 million streams club. The previous hits include “Seven (feat. Latto),” “3D (feat. Jack Harlow),” the Charlie Puth collaboration “Left and Right,” and the ethereal “Euphoria.”

But that’s not all – Jungkook’s solo success extends to the global stage. “Standing Next to You” made a jaw-dropping debut on Billboard’s Hot 100, claiming the No. 5 spot. And guess what? It’s been camping out on the chart for a solid 15 weeks, matching the impressive streak set by “Seven.” The recent chart update on Feb. 24 saw the song jump 20 spots to claim No. 61. Talk about staying power!

Jungkook’s album, “Golden,” is also holding its ground on the Billboard 200, securing the No. 137 spot for an astounding 15th consecutive week. That’s not a typo – this album debuted at No. 2 and refuses to budge. Clearly, Jungkook’s music is not just a flash in the pan; it’s a sensation that’s here to stay.

BTS’s music video for “Dynamite” receives 1.8 billion views:

And if you thought that was the pinnacle of BTS’s achievements, think again! The global phenomenon that is BTS has just hit a colossal milestone on YouTube. Their music video for the sensational track “Dynamite” has surpassed a mind-blowing 1.8 billion views, making it a historic moment for the septet.

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“Dynamite” isn’t just any song – it’s the first-ever English-language track from BTS, and it made history by debuting at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100. This achievement marked a groundbreaking moment for K-pop, as BTS became the first-ever Korean act to claim the top spot.

The infectious disco pop tune stayed at No. 1 for three consecutive weeks and lingered on the chart for an impressive 32 weeks. But that’s not all – “Dynamite” also snagged BTS a Grammy nomination, rewriting the history books for K-pop once again.

Now, let’s talk about global domination – “Dynamite” has been streamed a whopping 700 million times in Japan as of April last year, according to Oricon. What’s the big deal? Well, it makes “Dynamite” the second-ever song to achieve this feat in Japan and the first by an international artist. That’s the power of BTS – breaking barriers and setting records wherever they go.

(Image Credit: Big Hit Music)

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