We have all the information on how BTS Jung Kook is rewriting Spotify’s history. BTS Jung Kook’s debut streams on Spotify Global reached more than 6 million, making him the first Asian solo artist to be ranked alongside Western stars Harry Styles and Charlie Puth. Stay Alive, his solo single, debuted at number three on Spotify Global, with 4.7 million filtered premiere streams. Additionally, his collaboration song Left and Right debuted at number three on the aforementioned list with 6.7 filtered initial streams.

With the incredible success of Left and Right on Spotify Global, BTS Jung Kook has become the most sought-after Asian soloist, with 6 million listens. Aside from Jung Kook, Charlie Puth and Harry Styles, there are other musicians on the list such as Jack Harlow and Bad Bunny.

ARMYs applaud BTS Jung Kook’s Spotify successes.

Fans are understandably thrilled with BTS Jung Kook’s Spotify Global performance. Despite yet to make his solo debut, he is already making Spotify history. Below are some reactions from fans. “King”: Fans give this fantastic name to BTS Jung Kook, and it suits him well. Jung Kook of BTS has been branded a “Korean pop star” and no better words have been uttered. Previously, BTS Jung Kook’s Stay Alive was on the Spotify Global Chart for 31 days, making it the longest hit by a male Kpop soloist when it was released in June.

He survived his bandmate V’s song Christmas Tree by one day, as well as three SUGA collaboration songs: Blueberry Eyes by Max and SUGA by two days, Girl Of My Dreams by JuiceWrld with SUGA by seven days, and Eight by IU with the Agust D. hitmaker with eight days. Meanwhile, Jung Kook’s Left and Right debuted at number three on the Spotify Global list with 6,792,908 million streams.

Jung Kook is followed by BLACKPINK Rosé’s On the Ground, which has 3.26 million views, and Lisa’s solo debut LALISA, which has 3.25 million streams. Finally, BTS singer SUGA completes the list with her collaboration hit Girl of My Dreams, which has 3.2 million streams.

Weverse will broadcast the BTS performance in Busan live.

Aside from Bangtan’s triumphant comeback to group activities, BTS’ Busan performance is one of the highly anticipated K-pop events in the coming months. Bangtan will play at Busan’s Asiad Stadium, which is also the birthplace of Jung Kook and Jimin, and we have even more exciting news for ARMYs. The “2030 Busan World Expo BTS Yet To Come in Busan” concert will be broadcast via Weverse Live’s real-time video feature, which is accessible to app subscribers, according to Weverse.

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Fans can watch the concert on their computer or television. Weverse TV has apps for PC, internet and smart TVs. The app’s translations into eight languages ​​allow fans to enjoy the show while also understanding what the musicians are saying. Jung Kook and his bandmates help South Korea win the bid for the “2030 World Expo”.


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