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BTS Makes Oricon History As “Film Out” Hits 10 Million Streams In Just 1 Week

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BTS has bagged another historic feat once again!

Worldwide K-pop boy group BTS has made a new record on the Oricon charts with their latest Japanese single “Film out”.

On April 2 KST, RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook gifted fans with the release of “Film out”. Notably, the track was co-composed by Jungkook. Moreover, it will be included in their upcoming Japanese compilation album BTS, The Best, which will be released on June 16.

In a recent report by Oricon, the track impressively obtained 11,671,865 million streams during the week of April 5 to 11. The popular Japanese music charting company announced on its social media: “It is the first time in the history of a male artist that the number of weekly streaming of two songs exceeded 10 million times.”

Previously, BTS first reached 10 million streams in a single week in Japan with their 2020 hit track “Dynamite”.

“Film out” earned the No.1 spot on Oricon’s weekly digital singles chart last week. Earlier this week, it also scored amazing feats on Billboard. It topped the Digital Song Sales chart, ranked third on the Global 200 (excluding the US), placed fifth on the Global 200 chart, and debuted at the 81st spot on Hot 100.

In addition, its music video surpassed 29.38 million views in 24 hours after being released on BTS’ official YouTube channel.


Source: MyDaily Korea

Photo Credits: BIGHIT MUSIC

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