Filter” by BTS‘s Jimin is the 6th best-selling international digital song according to Billboard.


BTS Jimin’s solo song “Filter” climbed to 6th spot and logged 27 weeks on the Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart on September 15.  It is the highest-ranking BTS song on the said major music chart.


“Filter” has been continuously dominating major charts and held steady at the top of the World Digital Song Sales chart.

“Filter” is a b-side track from BTS fourth studio album “Map of the Soul: 7“. The song has peaked at No. 2 on World Digital Song Sales and has kept its spot among the Top 10 bestselling international digital songs. The song has continuously hit the charts without any song promotion and 7 months after its release.

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The other BTS songs on the World Digital Song Sales Chart are “My Time” ranked 7th and charted for 27 weeks as well, “Euphoria” ranked 15th and charted for 31 weeks, and “Boy With Luv” ranked 23rd at 61 weeks. Meanwhile, BTS ranked 2nd with “Dynamite” on Billboard’s Hot 100 after ranking 1st for two consecutive weeks.

Moreover, “Filter” is #1 on ‘U.S. Amazon’s International Best Sellers’ and ‘Songs Best Sellers’ categories and is the #1 ‘Best Selling Song of 2020’ (So Far). “Filter” has peaked at #1 on iTunes in 105 countries and regions worldwide. It has also recorded more than 81 million streams on Spotify, the world’s largest music streaming platform, and 34 million views on Youtube, the world’s largest video sharing site.


In other music platforms, “Filter” has surpassed 14M streams on Genie, a Korean streaming platform, and 629K streams on Anghami, Middle East’s largest music streaming platform.


These numerous achievements of Jimin’s “Filter” are indisputable proof that it is a truly global phenomenon. It is said that music is a universal language that people can appreciate even though they cannot understand the lyrics. “Filter” is a song appreciated by the people around the world and as such it continues to rise on several charts.