Jungkook has become the first South Korean soloist to have two songs reach the top five of the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.
Jungkook’s latest single, “3D (feat. Jack Harlow),” debuted at No. 5 on this week’s Hot 100 chart, dated October 14.
The BTS singer previously topped the chart in July with “Seven (feat. Latto).”
The latest achievement adds to Jungkook’s record streak on the world map. With ‘Seven’ he was the second South Korean soloist to top the Hot 100while the song also made history as the 68th song to top the Hot 100.
Released on September 29, “3D” landed at No. 5 on Billboard’s premier chart of weekly top songs with 13.6 million streams and 3.1 million radio airplay, as well as 87,000 physical sales and digital downloads in its first seven days of release. Edition.
The single also topped Billboard’s Digital Song Sales, Global 200 and Global (excl. US) charts this week, making Jungkook the first Korean solo artist to chart multiple songs at the top of the Global charts. “Seven” debuted at number 2 on the Global (excl. US) chart, making Jungkook the first solo artist ever to reach the top two of the chart simultaneously.
The Hot 100 is America’s biggest singles chart that many global stars covet. Jungkook has seen four of his songs hit the charts so far. He made his solo chart debut in June 2022 with ‘Left and Right’ and then charted ‘Stay Alive’, a soundtrack for BTS’ web comic ‘7Fates: Chakho’.
Jungkook will release his first solo album ‘Golden’ on November 3. It will be an eleven-track LP, including his previously released ‘Seven’ and ‘3D’. With the release of the album, he will launch his first solo fan meeting, ‘Jung Kook ‘Golden’ Live On Stage’, on November 20 at Jangchung Arena in Seoul.