BTS’s Jungkook ranks No. 10 on IFPI’s high world singles chart with ‘Seven’1 min read



BTS’s Jungkook ranked tenth on the Worldwide Federation of the Phonographic Trade’s (IFPI) 2023 chart for high world singles along with his debut solo, “Seven.” His is the one Korean track within the high 10. The chart was launched on Feb. 26. 
The IFPI has over 8,000 report labels the world over as its members and compiles the chart primarily based on figures from paid subscription streaming providers, downloads and bodily music gross sales throughout the calendar yr.
Different Korean artists which have beforehand entered the chart for high world singles embody Psy in 2012 and BTS for “Dynamite” in 2020 and for “Butter” in 2021.
BigHit Music, which represents Jungkook, stated on Tuesday that “Jungkook turned the primary Korean solo artist to realize the feat in 11 years after Psy and the primary Korean artist to place his title on the listing for each solo and group works.”
Others on the listing embody Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers” at No. 1, SZA’s “Kill Invoice” at No. 3 and Harry Kinds’ “As It Was” at No. 5.
“Seven” is one in all 11 songs in Jungkook’s first solo album “Golden,” which was launched in November. “Seven,” which was in July final yr earlier than the album, debuted at No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard’s Scorching 100 predominant singles chart as quickly as its launch. The album contains “3D (feat. Jack Harlow)” and the lead monitor “Standing Subsequent to You.” He bought greater than 2 million copies of the album on the primary day of its launch, the best ever for a Ok-pop soloist.
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