Jimin’s fans are on cloud nine again as the singer’s solo song Filter surpassed 700,000 plays on Anghami. The track is from BTS’s fourth full-length album, Map Of The Soul:7.
Jimin now becomes the first and only solo Korean artist with three songs having the most number of streams. The song filter has more than 700K plays on the said platform.
Meanwhile, the solo songs of Jimin, including Intro: Serendipity, Lie, and Filter, achieved more than 1.2M, 811K, and 701K plays, respectively.
In the 2020 record of Anghami, Jimin’s Filter also became the most-streamed Korean solo song. The BTS’s member’s track ranked 5th among Korean songs.
Furthermore, the track ranked #30 on Anghami’s Top Kpop songs chart. As of writing, in the entire album of Map Of The Soul:7, Jimin’s Filter is the highest and longest-charting song.
“The first and only Korean solo artist to have four songs with over 500K plays.”
“The first and only Korean solo artist to have four songs with over 600K plays.”
“The first and only Korean solo artist to have three songs with over 700K plays.”
“The first and only Korean solo artist to have two songs with over 800K plays.”
According to Allkpop, the Anghami is the largest music platform in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). At present, the MENA region boasts of the biggest and fast-growing music market in the world.
It can be noted that dominating MENA is challenging; however, Kpop has grown in the region. With Jimin’s prowess and undeniably good visuals, it is not surprising that the proclaimed King of Kpop and BTS Frontman Park Jimin dominate the biggest streaming site in the region with his songs.
Meanwhile, in Spotify, Filter has now surpassed 99 million streams. And for sure, soon make another fantastic record.
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