BTS Jimin has written new history by surpassing 3 billion streams on Spotify, showcasing his global music power. According to Spotify records on March 24, Jimin has exceeded a total of 3 billion streams on his official Spotify profile, demonstrating his worldwide music influence.

After being recognized by the Guinness World Records for the fastest K-pop solo artist to reach 1 billion streams on Spotify and then setting a record for the fastest to reach 2 billion in October last year, Jimin, despite being the last BTS member to have a personal profile on Spotify, achieved this 3 billion milestone in just 23 months.

Currently serving in the military, Jimin, without any new activities in 2024, has managed to gain 500 million streams in just 3 months, continuing his popularity as a K-pop solo artist. At the heart of these achievements lies Jimin's solo debut album 'Face.' Released on March 24, 2023, 'Face' has poured out historic records, surpassing 1.9 billion streams on Spotify within a year of its release on March 30, making it the most streamed Korean solo album on the platform.

The title track 'Like Crazy' stands on the brink of becoming the first K-pop solo song to reach 1 billion streams on Spotify and is the first and only K-pop solo song to chart on the Global Spotify Daily Top Songs Chart for over a year, ranking 34th on March 31 and charting for 372 days. It also holds the record for the longest time a K-pop solo song has stayed in the 'Top 50,' over 174 days.

'Like Crazy' has received global love, charting for 162 days on the US Spotify Daily Top Songs Chart, making it the longest-charting Korean solo song in the US, and holding the longest charting record in Brazil for 161 days, as well as being the only K-pop solo song listed on the Canadian Daily Top Songs Chart.

Additionally, Jimin maintains his position at the top of the Korean Spotify Daily Artist Chart, holding the longest number 1 streak for 266 days as of March 31. 'Like Crazy' has also dominated the Daily Top Songs Chart for 184 days and the Weekly Top Songs Chart for 28 weeks (March 22 - March 28), making it the first and only song to achieve this feat.