BTS’ Jimin’s ‘Like Crazy’ reclaims No. 1 spot on Spotify’s Daily Top Songs chart in South Korea

BTS's Jimin got trolled after posting a teary Insta reel!
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BTS’ Jimin’s solo track ‘Like Crazy’ has won the hearts of the fans continuously since its release in 2023. This hit song also debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100 and broke numerous Hanteo records earlier. Now, it is back with a bang for a very unique reason!

It so happened that chart data collected from June 2 revealed ‘Like Crazy’ ranking at No. 1 again on Spotify’s Top 50 Daily Songs Chart in South Korea. Yes, that’s right. This excellent milestone for the BTS member’s song comes nearly a year and two months after its release on March 24, 2023.

As of now, ‘Like Crazy’ has not only reclaimed its spot but also surpassed NewJeans’recently released track titled ‘How Sweet’ and aespa’s single ‘Supernova’ on the same charts. Jimin’s name on the Spotify chart is complemented once again by his bandmate Jungkook’s solo track ‘Seven’ feat. Latto (explicit version). The latter is currently standing strong at the No. 5 position. Meanwhile, the English version of ‘Like Crazy’ currently ranks at the No. 7 position on Spotify’s Daily Top Songs chart in South Korea.

Like Crazy’s ‘crazy’ records

지민 (Jimin) 'Like Crazy' Official MV

‘Like Crazy’ is one of Jimin’s most popular tracks that has maintained a strong presence on various music charts for over a year. This particular song made history as the first solo ever by any K-pop artist to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It is also the only K-pop solo track to chart on Spotify Global Top Songs for more than a year.

Now, the latest that we know is that ‘Like Crazy’ celebrated its 30th consecutive week on the Spotify Weekly Top Songs Chart in the US As of last week. This means the track stands firm at the No. 91 position on the same chart.

What’s Jimin doing now?

Jimin, who is a prominent member of the K-pop sensation BTS, is currently serving the South Korean military along with the rest of the group. Talking about the Bangtan Boys, the group debuted under BIGHIT MUSIC (formerly BIGHIT Entertainment) in 2013. Jimin has been a part of the group since then alongside Jin, SUGA, J-Hope, RM, V, and Jungkook. His solo work began with some popular tracks like ‘Lie’ (2016), ‘Serendipity’ (2017), ‘Promise’ (2018), and ‘Filter’ (2020). Jimin also officially launched his solo career with the extended play ‘FACE’ ahead of his military enlistment in 2023.