BTS(BTS) Jimin's solo song "Lie" has renewed the history of Korean solo singers by achieving 170 million streams on Spotify.

Jimin's solo song "Lai" surpassed 170 million streams on Spotify, the world's largest music platform, as of April 15.

Jimin is the first and only Korean solo artist to have three solo songs that surpassed 170 million streams on Spotify, including solo songs "Filter" and "Serendipity Full Length Edition," and "Lai," showing off his "King of Music."

Jimin's "Lie" boasted its presence as a steady seller on March 14th, achieving more than 100 million on-demand streaming for the first time as a BTS solo song in the U.S.
"Lie" sold more than 500,000 units in the U.S. on February 11, qualifying for gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), proving the popularity of masterpieces in the U.S. and strengthening them.

The Korean solo singer, who has three solo songs (Lai, Serendipity Fullance, Filter) qualified for gold certification at the RIAA, is very meaningful as BTS Jimin is the first and only K-pop singer to represent.

Jimin's "Lie," a song from the BTS album "Wings," released in 2016, is written by Jimin, and is called a "masterpiece" because it is recognized as an incompatible artistic stage and excellent expressive vocalist, and has been covered by many artists at home and abroad.

Meanwhile, BTS, which colored Las Vegas in purple, held the BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE tour at Las Vegas Allegiant Stadium for a total of four days over two weeks, with the final performance scheduled for the 16th, followed by the 8th and 9th local time.

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