BTS' Jimin Just Broke His Own Record

BTS and K-pop fans are rejoicing around the world because BTS' Jimin just broke his own record. As of April 27, he has surpassed 500 million streams on Spotify between four singles and is the first Korean soloist to reach such a milestone. Jimin's four singles include "Lie," "Intro: Serendipity," "Serendipity," and "Filter." Jimin's song "Filter" was wildly successful, becoming Spotify's most streamed Korean solo song in July 2020, as reported by Allkpop. Jimin previously held the record as the first Korean artist to garner 100 million streams for three separate solo songs, as reported by Republic World.

Fans were delighted to notice Jimin's new career achievement and immediately took to Twitter to congratulate the star, and even had "Congrats Jimin" and "Spotify King" trending on the platform. "Park jimin coming to dominate !! congratulations, jimin !!" one fan exclaimed along with the "Spotify King" trending phrase. Another shared a rather heartfelt message. "Congrats to my love jimin for surpassing 500 million streams on spotify. your music has so much range and beauty. so so proud. our spotify king. I love you so much," they wrote.

While fans are excited to celebrate Jimin's new achievement, they are still itching to know what's next for him and BTS. Luckily for them, Jimin hinted about what's to come. 

Jimin teased a new project coming in the future

BTS made waves in the music industry with their first all-English single ever "Dynamite," which was released in August 2020. It immediately broke YouTube's record for the biggest YouTube premiere in history with "a live view count between 3 and 4 million," as reported by Forbes. The song also beat Taylor Swift's "Cardigan" as 2020's biggest Spotify debut, per Music Business Worldwide. Furthermore, Guinness World Records listed "Dynamite" as being the most viewed YouTube video and music video on YouTube in 24 hours.

Naturally, fans are hungry for more from the K-pop superstars, and it seems like new music will be coming. However, fans are going to have to wait for it. Ahead of the 2021 Grammys, which marked the first time BTS was nominated for the prestigious award, Jimin teased that fans can expect new music or "other content," but kept his lips locked about when. "I can't say for sure we will meet our fans in person given the current situation, but we will do our best to get closer to them, whether it's through an album or other content," he told

BTS took an "extended" pause from performing in 2019 (per BBC) to relax after working so hard, and even reportedly almost broke up the previous year. However, they came back together stronger than ever, and their fans are eager to support their future endeavors.