BTS Jimin's solo song 'Filter' bas surpassed 95 million streams on Spotify, being the first song by a K-Pop male solo a...
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BTS Jimin's solo song 'Filter' bas surpassed 95 million streams on Spotify, being the first song by a K-Pop male solo artist to do this in 2020.
Jimin's 'Filter' reached 95 million streams on Spotify on October 25, setting the highest record for a Korean male soloist in 2020 and the highest record for a solo song in BTS's fourth album.
Immediately after its release, the song surpassed 10 million streams for the shortest period of time in South Korea and has consistently broken records.
In the U.S.'s Cape Verde Apple Music Top Songs, 'Filter' was followed by 'Dynamite' among BTS' popular songs, showing off its huge popularity.
In South Korea, it reached 150,000 hearts on Melon, and surpassed 16 million streams on Genie, being the first and only solo song from BTS' 'MAP OF THE SOUL: 7' to do so.
On October 24, 'Filter' reached 170k searches on Shazam, a global sound recognition app, being the first solo song in the 4th album to do so, and holding the third highest record among the songs in the album.
By October 18, it has topped the iTunes Song Chart in 110 countries, becoming the world's best B-Side song on iTunes, and the best B-side track among all solo songs of BTS.
'Filter', which has been a popular sensation eight months after its release, has become even hotter since the boys' online concert ‘BTS MAP OF THE SOUL ON:E’ held in October.
Fans around the world are paying keen attention to 'Filter', as it continues its record-breaking streak.