BTS V’s ‘Sweet Night’ surpassed 150 million streaming in the shortest time on Spotify

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BTS V’s self-composed song ‘Sweet Night’ has surpassed 150 million streams and shows off its powerful music source.

‘Sweet Night’ is a self-composed song that V wrote, composed, produced, and sang. It broke 150 million streams in 505 days on the world’s largest music platform ‘Spotify,’ setting the shortest record among OSTs released in Korea.

In March, V released his song ‘Sweet Night’ as an OST for the last episode of the drama ‘Itaewon Class.’ At the same time as the release, he left a fantastic mark of breaking his record with the first and best record on domestic and foreign music platforms.

At the time of release, ‘Sweet Night’ was the first OST since the reorganization of the Melon chart and ranked first in the first entry ranking as a solo artist in 2020.

In addition, for the first time as a Korean solo artist, two songs topped the US iTunes Top Song Chart along with the self-composed song ‘Inner Child’ from BTS’ regular album ‘MAP OF THE SOUL: 7’. He is also the only solo artist with these two songs to top the Top Songs charts in more than 100 countries.

In addition, ‘Sweet Night’ topped the iTunes Top Song Charts in 118 countries, leaving only two of the iTunes official service countries, thus holding a record close to ‘all-kill.

‘Sweet Night’ ranked first in Spotify’s 2020 K-Drama OST streaming, and V was listed on Spotify’s ‘TOP K-Pop Artist’ and ‘TOP Male K-Pop Artist.’ With the honor of winning the ‘Best OST’ at ‘APAN STAR AWARDS 2020’, he showed off his capabilities as a singer-songwriter without regret.

TIME of the United States paid attention to ‘Sweet Night’ as a song that gives healing and healing and praised it as “V’s deep vocals, warm melody, and lyrics that well express the emotions of the main character of the drama.”

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