BTS’ Jungkook’s Dreamers, which was released on November 20, 2022, received humongous responses around the world upon its release. It also ranked first on the iTunes ‘Top Song’ chart in at least 102 countries around the world until the next day of its release. The same song ranked in the second position on Spotify’s ‘Daily Global Top Song’ chart, followed by the no. 1 rank on Spotify’s ‘Top Song Debut Global’ chart.
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Talking about Dreamers, the track has been on the chart for not one but three consecutive weeks since it entered the Billboard Japan ‘Hot 100’ chart. Apart from that, the song also maintained the top spot on YouTube Music’s ‘Global Top Song Chart’ for around 4 weeks in a row, and on the domestic music site Melon’s ‘TOP100’ chart. Not only that but it also returned and claimed a position among the top 5 spots.
According to the latest chart announced by Billboard, an American music media, Dreamers was on the chart for around 3 consecutive weeks in ‘World Digital Song Sales’. The same record was announced as given on December 17, 2022. The song, which ranked directly at the No. 1 position on the ‘World Digital Song Sales’ and ‘Digital Song Sales’ in the first week of its release, continues to be popular on Billboard’s ‘Global 200’ and ‘Global (excluding the US)’ charts.
BTS member Jungkook brought beaming smiles to the fans’ faces as he performed on Dreamers at the recently held FIFA World Cup opening ceremony 2022. Not only that but the video song for the same has also garnered a massive response from music lovers across the world. The Army was over the moon when JK recently received a shoutout from the Crown Prince of Jordan, Hussein Bin Abdullah.
The recent achievement
Within 13 hours after the track’s release on the global music platform iTunes, Dreamers broke the top spot in the iTunes Top Songs chart in not one but 102 countries on the very first day, 103 countries in 2 days, and 104 countries in 4 days. For the unversed, the song is ranked at number one on the Worldwide iTunes Song Chart and also ranked at number one on the European iTunes Song Chart for around six days in a row.
So, we can say that Dreamers has spread its magic on the Billboard charts as well.