BTS V's solo song "Inner Child" shone through 140 million streams on Spotify, the world's largest music platform.

V's solo song "Inner Child" surpassed 140 million Spotify streaming on August 25 and recorded 140,427,866 streams as of the morning of August 29.

"Inner Child" is a song from BTS's fourth full-length album "MAP OF THE SOUL: 7" released in 2020, and a solo song that V participated in writing and composing, and is a genre song with a grand and energetic sound.

V, who has shown strength in R&B and soul genres such as "Stigma" and "Singularity" with his low-tone-based sweet and sexy voice, showed a perfect transformation of singing style by emitting dynamic energy with powerful and refreshing vocals in "Inner Child."

V's "Inner Child" showed off its strongest sound source power, topping the iTunes Top Song Chart in the U.S. and Billboard's "World Digital Song Sales Chart."

V also set the first record for a Korean solo artist by topping the iTunes top song chart in the U.S., which has the highest entry barrier in the world, with three solo songs, including "Inner Child," "Sweet Night" and "Christmas Tree."

"Inner Child" was selected as the only editor's pick among the reviews of the "Map of the Sol: 7" album by the world's largest music critic, and "NME" was selected as the key track of the album and praised it as "a classic of K-pop within a few years."

Elite Daily praised "one of the deepest songs in the album and V's beautiful vocals," and "Billboard" praised "Inner Child," which expresses emotional changes in metaphorical expressions, perfectly expressed in V's deep voice."

Composer duo Arcade, who worked together, admired, "I quickly fell in love with V's unique voice," "V is a great performer and an amazing storyteller who perfectly conveys his feelings," and producer Coolkid said, "Taehyung poured his passion and love into the song."

V, who showed his growth as an artist with a clear color through steady music work, is raising expectations for his upcoming solo album.

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