‘Yours,’ a Korean solo song by Jin, has become a phenomenally successful Korean solo song in Japan, as shown by the records! Jin’s ‘Yours’ is not only the first Korean song to debut at number one on Spotify Viral 50 Japan, but it also holds the record for the longest amount of time at the top!
Not only that, but another new record,’ set as Yours,’ spent 27 days at the top of the Japanese Shazam chart. Even before it was released on Japanese platforms, it quickly went to the top of the charts and stayed there for about a month. ‘Yours’ topped the charts again a few days ago, extending its record to 27 days.
Moreover, ‘Yours’ has remained at the top of the Shazam Top 200 Film, TV, and Stage chart for 69 days. In terms of other Japanese records, ‘Yours’ is the fastest Korean soloist song to hit number one on iTunes in Japan (2 hours) and stay there for 46 hours, a new record!
‘Yours’ is the first Korean solo song to debut at number one on the Billboard Download Song Chart in Japan. It was the first K-OST to debut at number one on the Daily Chart on the largest streaming platform, Oricon, and set the record for the most downloads in a single day for a solo song. As a result, ‘Yours’ has become the most popular Korean OST in Japan.
‘Yours’ Sets A New Record In The Top 50
Jin’s song “Yours” became the first BTS solo single to spend 53 days in the Top50 on Spotify (still counting). It is the first solo song by a member of BTS to reach this milestone. Jin has also established a record by having three of his solo tracks chart for more than 51 days on Spotify Korea. For 89 days, ‘Moon’ was played, for 51 days, ‘Epiphany’ was played, and for 53 days, ‘Yours’ was played (and counting).
Jin has been breaking records with his Super Tuna challenge, not just with ‘Yours.’ Jin of BTS has gained another title to his curriculum vitae: ‘Worldwide record maker’! Jin’s ‘Super Tuna’ has been trending at number one on Youtube for 16 days in a row in the Music category, making him the first K Pop solo artist to achieve this feat, surpassing PSY’s ‘Gangnam Style’.