BTS Jimin’s ‘Like Crazy’ Climbs Back Up the U.S. and Japan Spotify Charts

Jimin of BTS has seen a resurgence in popularity for his song “Like Crazy” on Spotify charts in the U.S. and Japan, highlighting his global appeal. On June 9th, the song recorded over 650,000 streams on the U.S. Spotify Daily Top Songs chart, achieving its highest streaming numbers and rising to 48th place, the highest for a K-pop song and the only Korean track on the list. “Like Crazy” has also set a record for the longest-charting Korean song on the U.S. Spotify Daily Top Songs chart, maintaining its presence for 231 days. Additionally, it reached 87th place on the U.S. Spotify Weekly Top Songs chart for May 31st to June 6th with over 3.72 million streams, marking 32 weeks on the chart, an unprecedented achievement for a Korean song.

In Japan, “Like Crazy” has also performed exceptionally well. As of June 9th, it recorded over 140,000 daily streams, securing the 41st spot on the Japan Spotify Daily Top Songs chart, demonstrating its enduring popularity 14 months after release. On the Japan Spotify Weekly Top Songs chart for May 31st to June 6th, the song achieved over 770,000 streams, climbing to its highest rank of 52nd, showcasing its continued upward trajectory.

Overall, “Like Crazy” has maintained its strong performance across multiple major markets. It remains in the top 50 on both U.S. and Japan daily charts while holding the number one position on Korea’s daily chart for 230 days. On May 9th, the song surpassed 2.2 million streams on Spotify’s global daily chart, ranking 44th. Jimin has broken barriers in the U.S. and Japan, markets known for their challenges to non-English artists. Furthermore, his first solo album “FACE” achieved over 500,000 units sold in the U.S., earning a Gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), marking another first for a Korean solo artist.



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