Entirely in English, the album 'GOLDEN' by Jeon Jungkook has the potential to make a significant impact in the pop music scene.
Jeon Jungkook, the lead vocalist of BTS, the world's biggest group, has ventured into the realm of solo music. Following the release of two singles, "SEVEN" featuring Latto and "3D" featuring Jack Harlow, he is preparing to unveil his first solo album titled "GOLDEN."
Scheduled for release on November 3, 2023, under the Big Hit Music label, Jungkook's debut studio album has generated immense anticipation. Entirely in English, the album has already released several tracks in advance, hinting at its potential to make a significant impact in the pop music scene.
Recently, Jungkook offered a preview of his album, providing ARMY with snippets of all the songs to stoke excitement further.
The full tracklist:
"3D" (feat. Jack Harlow)
"Closer to You
"Seven" Explicit Version (feat. Latto)
"Standing Next to You" (feat. Major Lazor)
"Yes or No"
"Please Don't Change" (feat. DJ Snake)
"Too Sad to Dance"
"Shot Glass of Tears"
"Seven" Clean Version (feat. Latto)
ARMY swiftly turned to social media, particularly X (formerly known as Twitter), to express their anticipation for the upcoming songs, especially after "SEVEN" and "3D" achieved remarkable milestones.
On October 30, "SEVEN" achieved an impressive feat by becoming the fastest song in Spotify's history to reach 1 billion streams. It surpassed the previous record held by Miley Cyrus' "Flowers."
BTS's Jungkook, often referred to as the "Golden Maknae," accomplished this milestone in just 108 days, outpacing Cyrus' single which took 112 days to reach 1 billion streams.
Jungkook's growing list of achievements includes breaking the record for the longest-running No. 1 hit by an Asian artist on the Billboard chart earlier this year with a single from his upcoming solo debut album, "GOLDEN."
ARMY, BTS's dedicated fan base, played a pivotal role in maintaining "SEVEN" at the top of Global Spotify. Their support led to the song reclaiming the No. 1 position, charting for an impressive 68 consecutive days at the top.