BTS Jimin’s solo song ‘Filter‘ surpassed 238 million streams and became the most streamed Korean male solo song and sidetrack on Spotify for the second year in a row.
As of December 31, ‘Filter‘ recorded 238 million stream records on Spotify, breaking the new record itself, and ran the top rankings for solo songs and sidetracks.
In addition, ‘Filter‘ ranked 16th on Spotify’s ‘Top KPop Track Playlist,’ the most loved ‘Top KPop Track Playlist’ in 2021, and was selected as the most-streamed Korean male solo song and sidetrack for two consecutive years, ending 2021 splendidly.
Also, on YouTube Music on December 31, the official audio track of ‘Filter’ has over 8.256 million views. So, it is the most viewed audio track among Korean solo singers, breaking its own record and writing a new record.
BTS Jimin’s ‘Filter,’ released in February 2020, broke all records of Kpop solo songs on domestic and foreign music platforms. It continued its amazing popularity in 2021. It had the honor of being number one in Korea and taking the most number one among all the songs.
‘Filter’ played on radios worldwide, including the United States and South America. In June 2021, it ranked first in the global Kpop voting ‘King’s Choice’ Hot 50 World Songs. So, it boasts the dignity of the world’s most popular song.
BTS Jimin’s great solo song popularity is raising expectations in 2022.
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