BTS’s Jungkook has achieved another milestone in his illustrious career as a singer and performer. His solo song “Euphoria” has recently sold over 1 million units in the US, making it his second song to do so after “Left And Right”. With this feat, Jungkook has joined PSY (“Gangnam Style”, “Gentleman”) as the only K-pop soloist to have multiple songs that surpass 1 million units sold in the US.
“Euphoria” is a song by South Korean boy band BTS, sung as a solo by member Jungkook. It was released on August 24, 2018, with the compilation album Love Yourself: Answer. The song is a bright and uplifting pop track that showcases Jungkook’s angelic vocals and expresses the joy of being in love. The song was also used as the theme song for BTS’s web series BTS: Love Yourself, which depicted the group’s journey of self-discovery and growth.
The song received critical acclaim from various media outlets and critics. The Grammys described “Euphoria” as “an art-pop rabbit hole looking to the future” while Billboard stated it was a big statement piece and set the overall tone of Love Yourself: Answer as optimistic. Rolling Stone included the song on its July 2020 list of the “75 Greatest Boy Band Songs of All Time”, at number 34. The song also achieved commercial success both in Korea and internationally.
Jungkook’s Solo Debut
Jungkook is currently in LA where he is recording new music. He will soon be making his solo debut, which is highly anticipated by fans and industry insiders alike. Jungkook was spotted at the Coachella Music Festival earlier today.
Jungkook is undoubtedly one of the most talented and popular artists in the world today. His achievements as a soloist and as a member of BTS are remarkable and inspiring. He continues to break records and boundaries with his music and charisma. We congratulate Jungkook on his latest accomplishment and look forward to his future endeavors.