“Moon” by BTS’ Jin Reigns At 5th Spot In Rolling Stone’s List Of ‘Greatest Boyband Songs Of All Time’

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The newest solo single of BTS’ Jin has just conquered the number 5 spot in Rolling Stone’s illustrious countdown of the greatest boyband songs of all time.

International media maven, Rolling Stone, has just released its list featuring 75 of the most iconic boyband songs in the history of music, and BTS’ Jin has made it to the top 5.

BTS Kim Seok Jin

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“Moon” is a b-side track from the album, Map of the Soul: 7, that has been flying its way to transcendental heights. As a gift to ARMY, Jin wrote lyrics packed with warmhearted adoration that could deeply touch your soul. Epitomizing his fans as the earth and himself as the moon truly gives a poignant voice to the sincere love and appreciation he evidently feels.

Serenading ARMY with his serene voice intertwined with a quirky pop melody makes this song an absolute paragon of harmony. If Jin sings “All I see is you”, then we can definitely reply that when we listen to this track, all we see is him too.

BTS Domination

After topping the iTunes charts in 93 countries, the hit single of BTS’ Jin has now been featured as the fifth greatest boyband song of all time, courtesy of Rolling Stone. But that’s not all! BTS made it to the list a total of four times with “Spring Day” at number 19, “Fake Love” at number 56, and Euphoria” at number 34.


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These songs are officially making history as we speak, and are bound to shine for generations to come. In the music industry of today, BTS is a novel constellation of stars that glimmers with infinite brightness.

With their ability to be both fierce and endearing, and never shying away from showing their true colors, it’s no wonder why they have become one of the biggest boybands in the world. It takes courage, talent, and relentlessness to make it to the top, and BTS has got all that.

Congratulations to these record breakers!

Source: Rolling Stone 

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