Jungkook of BTS: First Korean Soloist to Reign for 12 Weeks on Billboard’s Artist 100
Jungkook's Chart-Topping Streak Continues on Billboard
BTS’s Jungkook continues to make waves on the Billboard charts, setting new records with his solo music endeavors.
Billboard has recently announced that Jungkook’s collaboration “3D” with Jack Harlow has remained on the Hot 100 chart for a consecutive fifth week, now positioned at No. 100. This marks Jungkook as the first Korean solo artist to have three distinct tracks each last five weeks on the Hot 100.
His earlier collaborations, including “Left and Right” with Charlie Puth and his debut single “Seven” featuring Latto, have also seen significant chart success, with “Left and Right” charting for 17 weeks.
Additionally, Jungkook’s latest collaboration “Too Much” with The Kid LAROI and Central Cee has secured its place on the Hot 100 for a second week, ranking at No. 93.
Jungkook has also achieved a new milestone by being the first K-pop soloist to spend 12 weeks on Billboard’s Artist 100 chart.
In terms of radio play, “Too Much” has ascended to No. 22 on the Pop Airplay chart, which measures weekly plays on mainstream Top 40 radio stations in the United States, while “3D” has sustained its rank at No. 24 in its fifth week.
Jungkook’s individual projects continue to captivate a global audience, affirming his status as a solo artist while contributing to the worldwide phenomenon that is BTS.