BTS’s Jungkook made historical past on a couple of Billboard chart this week!
For the week ending on November 18, Jungkook’s new tune “Standing Subsequent to You”—the title monitor of his first-ever solo album “GOLDEN”—bought off to a robust begin on the Billboard charts.
“Standing Subsequent to You” debuted at No. 1 on each Billboard’s World 200 and World Excl. U.S. chart, making Jungkook the primary Korean soloist ever to prime both chart with three completely different songs. (Jungkook beforehand hit No. 1 on each charts with “Seven” and “3D.”) As famous by Billboard, “Standing Subsequent to You” can also be Jungkook’s first No. 1 entry with out an accompanying artist (“Seven” and “3D” featured Latto and Jack Harlow respectively).
In the meantime, “Standing Subsequent to You” debuted at No. 5 on Billboard’s Scorching 100, which ranks the preferred songs in the US—marking Jungkook’s sixth solo Scorching 100 entry and his third solo tune to enter the highest 10.
With this new entry, Jungkook has damaged two of PSY’s information on the chart: Jungkook has now overtaken PSY to grow to be not solely the Korean solo artist with probably the most Scorching 100 entries, but in addition the Korean soloist with probably the most prime 10 hits.
Jungkook beforehand entered the Scorching 100 along with his “7 Fates: CHAKHO” OST monitor “Keep Alive” (produced by Suga), his Charlie Puth collab “Left and Proper,” “Seven,” “3D,” and his latest Child LAROI and Central Cee collab “Too A lot.” Of these, each “Seven” and “3D” entered the highest 5 (at No. 1 and No. 5 respectively).
“Standing Subsequent to You” additionally debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Digital Track Gross sales chart with 84,000 downloads offered in its first week, in addition to No. 25 on the Streaming Songs chart.
Lastly, Jungkook shot again as much as No. 2 on Billboard’s Artist 100 this week, marking his thirteenth non-consecutive week on the chart.
Congratulations to Jungkook on his historic achievements!
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