BTS: Jimin’s ‘Filter’ surpasses 100 million views on Spotify


The king of K-Pop and BTS, Jimin, has once again made history with ‘Filter’ by surpassing 100 million views on Spotify.

On November 10, Jimin’s solo song ‘Filter’ surpassed 100 million views on Spotify, the world’s largest music platform. It’s Jimin’s third song to hit such a massive stream after ‘Lie’ and ‘Serendipity.’

It can be remembered that ‘Lie’ is Jimin’s first solo song to achieve over 100 million views on April 27, 2020. It was then followed by another Jimin solo song, ‘Serendipity’ (full version), which it hit the 100 million mark in September.

‘Lie’ is a track included on BTS ‘second studio album Wings, officially released on October 10, 2016. Meanwhile,’ Serendipity ‘was initially released as an introductory song on September 8, 2017 on the Love Yourself EP. : Her.

Later, the full version was released on August 24, 2018 as one of the tracks on Love Yourself: Answer Album. ‘Filter’ has achieved 100 million transmissions in a short period of 262 days alone or in less than 9 months since its launch on February 21, 2020.

Jimin continues to make history with ‘Filter’

As we have mentioned in Somagnews, ‘Filter’ is the first MOTS: 7 solo song to have exceeded more than 100 million views. Jimin has accomplished this feat despite the absence of a music video for the song.

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‘Filter’ has previous notable achievements, such as the debut of a biggest Korean solo song on Global Spotify at # 33 with 2,217,097 views. It is the fastest Korean solo song to surpass 100 million. It is also the most-played Korean solo song of 2020.


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