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“Filter” By BTS’ Jimin Surpasses 100 Million Streams on Spotify

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Released in February 2020, “Filter” by BTS’ Jimin has already hit and surpassed the 100 million streams mark on Spotify. Wave those ARMY Bombs!

BTS’ Jimin may rule the Korean entertainment industry, but thanks to his fierce and sultry solo song, “Filter”, it’s undeniable that he’s a true king of Latino pop too!

Filter Takes Over Spotify

BTS’ resident main dancer and lead vocalist has once again showcased his flamboyant personality by means of his latest solo track, “Filter”. The exotic song laced with prominent Latino beats was released in February this year, and has since garnered over 100 million streams on Spotify and more than 39 million views on YouTube. The amazing milestones add up to BTS’ global achievements of musical magic.

Park Jimin, the Filter King

The outlandish popularity of the song is owed all to its vivacious motif and hard-hitting lyrics. Oh, and let’s not forget the fact that Park Jimin delivered explosive live performances of the track during their digital concert weekend, Map of the Soul ON:E. With his impressive vocals, electrifying dance moves, and abundant charisma, Jimin served up a live performance of “Filter” that ARMY has been anticipating for months now.

The magical outfit change in the middle of the performance honestly took the crown, showcasing Jimin’s true Filter King qualities. This K-Pop star can literally rock any look or take any form like a chameleon of avant-garde elegance.

There’s no doubt about it that this BTS member is a fiery whirlwind who harnesses his princely powers to burn up every stage he sets foot on.

The Countdown to BE

Meanwhile, the countdown to BTS’ new album is on the horizon with only eight days left until the launch. “BE” is coming and we’re ready for it! Mark your calendars for November 20, 2020!


Source: Spotify

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