BTS’ Jungkook, often referred to as the “Golden Maknae” of the group, has once again solidified his status as a musical powerhouse. The singer, who is gearing up for his first solo album, “GOLDEN,” has shattered records on the audio streaming platform Spotify. His debut single, “Seven,” recently crossed the remarkable milestone of 1 billion streams, setting a new speed record for this achievement.
“Seven” Hits 1 Billion Streams
On October 30, Jungkook’s solo track “Seven” achieved the extraordinary feat of surpassing 1 billion streams on Spotify. What makes this achievement even more remarkable is the speed at which it happened – just 108 days after its release. This incredible timeline positions Jungkook as the fastest artist to reach this milestone, surpassing the previous record held by Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers,” which took 112 days.
📊 Fastest song in history to surpass 1 BILLION streams on Spotify!
#1. #Jungkook Seven – 108 days (NEW)
#2. Flowers – 112 days
#3. Stay – 117 days
— BTS Charts Daily (@btschartsdailyc) October 30, 2023
A Special Song with a Unique Side of Jungkook
“Seven” holds a special place in the hearts of fans as it marked Jungkook’s official soloist debut. The song revealed a previously unseen aspect of the multi-talented artist, showcasing his individual style and artistry. The official music video for “Seven” featured the talented actress Han So Hee from “My Name” and included a collaboration with American rapper Latto.
Anticipation for “GOLDEN” Album
With the incredible success of “Seven,” the anticipation for Jungkook’s upcoming solo album, “GOLDEN,” has reached a fever pitch. The album, which is set to release on November 3, is expected to encapsulate Jungkook’s golden moments in life, both as a member of BTS and as a solo artist. “GOLDEN” will feature a total of eleven tracks, including “3D” and “Seven,” as well as “Closer to You” featuring Major Lazer, the title track “Standing Next to You,” “Yes or No,” “Please Don’t Change” featuring DJ Snake, “Hate You,” “Somebody,” “Too Sad to Dance,” and “Shot Glass of Tears.”