BTS Jungkook’s Solo Single ‘Seven’ Climbs the Official UK Singles Chart
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BTS member Jungkook’s first solo single, ‘Seven,’ has once again made its mark on the Official UK Singles Chart.
According to the latest official chart released on the 18th (local time), Jungkook’s ‘Seven’ (feat. Latto), released on July 14th last month, has secured the 24th spot on the Official Top 100 Singles chart for the week of August 18th to 24th. This is an improvement from the previous week.
Since its initial release, the song has consistently stayed within the top 30, previously entering the chart at No. 3. It has steadily maintained its position, fluctuating between No. 13, No. 29, and No. 25 before its current placement at No. 24.
This is not the first time Jungkook’s solo single has surged in popularity. On this week’s Billboard Hot 100 chart, ‘Seven’ has jumped two spots to number 28. This achievement follows its initial release, where it debuted at No. 1 on the Hot 100 and remained at the top for four consecutive weeks.
Furthermore, ‘Seven’ has set a new record by becoming the first song to surpass 100 million streams for four consecutive weeks on the “Global (excluding US)” chart since its inception in September 2020.
Overall, Jungkook’s solo venture continues to captivate audiences and make waves on both domestic and international music charts.
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BTS Jungkook’s first solo single ‘Seven’ concept photo. /Courtesy Photo = Provided by Big Hit Music member ‘BTS’ Jungkook’s single ‘Seven’ was running back again on the Official UK Singles Chart.
According to the official chart on the 18th (local time), Jungkook’s first solo single ‘Seven’ (feat. Latto) released on the 14th of last month was ranked 24th on the latest chart (18th to 24th) of’ the official ‘Top 100’ single. occupied This is a step up from last week.
The song, which entered the chart at No. 3 at the time of its release, went through No. 13, No. 29, No. 25, and stayed in the top 30 for five consecutive weeks.
This isn’t the first time Jungkook’s single has backfired. On this week’s Billboard ‘Hot 100’ chart, ‘Saith’ was at number 28. I jumped 2 steps from last week.
This song went straight to No. 1 on the ‘Hot 100’ (as of July 29) within a week of its release on the 14th of last month, and became very popular afterwards, staying at the top for 4 weeks consecutively.
In addition, “Seven” became the first song to be streamed more than 100 million times in 4 consecutive weeks since the inception of the “Global (excluding US)” chart in September 2020.
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