BTS’s Jimin is celebrating the historic achievement of his Debut Solo Album that has created history in the music world.
Let us ask this from BTS, how it feels to be game-changers and history-makers? These are Historic moments in South Korean Music as well as in global music.
BTS member Jimin has become the first solo artist from South Korea to top the US Billboard Hot 100 list with Like Crazy.
Like Crazy is at the top of the Hot 100 and Jimin’s album FACE debuts at No. 2 on the Billboard 200. This moment is headlining everywhere because ever since the debut of Jimins album, it has been breaking records.
It has taken the world by storm and won the affection of fans everywhere.
With BTS’s Jimin hit, Like Crazy, he has become the first South Korean solo artist to top the US songs list. The slow jam debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 list this week, based on purchases, streaming, and radio exposure.
He is creating history and paving way for the people in his country. BTS set the path so streamlined for others that they just have to work for themselves.
Jimin shared the chart with his 49 million Instagram fans to celebrate the achievement and even came live to thank his fans worldwide. ARMYs are just waiting for BTS members to release something and they went on a mission to make it successful.
2020 has seen BTS became the first South Korean act to lead the Billboard charts.
And now when the group is into solo activities, they have their records to hit the billboard and US charts. The History-makers are in the race for a Debut Solo Album and working on it. However, there are things along with Military duty that is also being completed by members.
If we talk about BTS’s Jimin Debut Solo Album, it is an honor for him to hit the charts and be on top of several musicians who have made songs.
His success with Like Crazy shows the BTS enduring global fandom. Also, the album has been record-breaking in sales. In both popularity and business, Jimin has made names with recent releases.
The hours of album release had already broken records.
According to sources regarding BTS’s Jimin Debut Solo Album,
The single, Like Crazy, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 this week, ousting Miley Cyrus’s track Flowers, which had held the top position for eight weeks. Face debuted at No. 2 on Billboard’s main albums list, making it the highest-charting album by a South Korean solo musician and surpassing fellow BTS member RM’s Indigo, which debuted at No. 3 in December.
History-makers BTS members are widely regarded as the most successful cultural phenomenon in South Korea.
It is not wrong to say that BTS has made South Korea super desirable for a lot of people.
Be it selling out stadiums around the world, dominating the charts, historic moments of raking in billions for the South Korean economy, or establishing a global band of fans known as ARMYs, BTS has set the standard of being famous.
BTS’s Jimin historic moments are important not only for him but also for the South Korean music industry as a whole. It highlights K-pop music’s growing global popularity as well as South Korean artists’ growing influence in the global entertainment business.
It also demonstrates that language is no barrier when it comes to music, as fans all over the world have accepted the album even though it is mostly in Korean. Fans from all over the world have rushed to social media to express their delight and support for Jimin’s accomplishment. BTS members have also congratulated Jimin on his accomplishment.
The music industry has taken note as well, with several notable artists and music publications praising Jimin’s accomplishments.
BTS’s Jimin debut album has truly created history, shattering records and paving the way for South Korean artists to break into the global music industry.
It is evidence of his talent and hard effort, as well as the growing global influence of K-pop music. This achievement will surely influence and motivate other South Korean artists to strive for the stars and leave their imprint on the global entertainment industry.
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