The solo songs of BTS’ j-hope surpassed 1 billion streaming in total on major global music platforms on the 21st.
The World Music Awards (World Music Awards) announced through the official SNS that J-Hope’s solo songs surpassed 1 billion in total streaming on three platforms: Spotify, YouTube, and SoundCloud.
The target of counting is the songs released under the name of solo artist J-Hope, excluding the solo songs on the BTS album. 7 songs (Daydream, Airplane, Hopworld, Blueside, Baseline, Always, POP), ‘Chicken Noodle Soup/feat.Becky G’, and ‘Blue Side’ (2021) are a total of 10 songs.
It has been streamed more than 419 million times on Spotify, the world’s largest music streaming site, more than 493 million times on YouTube, and more than 87 million times on Sound Cloud, a global music sharing site, a total of 1,774,629 times as of the 21st. recorded
There was no publicity for these works at the time of their announcement, and there were almost no performances until now, and in the case of Spotify, only one song ‘Chicken Noodle Soup’ started to be serviced in Korea from February of this year. This record shows how much J-Hope’s music is loved by global music fans.
In particular, the mix tapes ‘Hope World’ and ‘Chicken Noodle Soup’ entered the ‘Billboard 200’ and ‘Hot 100’ in 2018 and 2019.
J-Hope participated in writing and composing all 10 songs himself. J-Hope is a full member of the Korea Music Copyright Association (KOMCA) and currently holds copyrights for a total of 112 songs.
In an interview with the global fan community Weverse in January, he mentioned ‘Mixtape 2’ as this year’s challenge. Many fans are looking forward to the release of J-Hope’s new solo work.
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