BTS member Jin has once again set a new record for the longest consecutive No. 1 on the world's largest music search platform, the Shazam chart, establishing himself as the "Shazam King."
Jin has topped the "Global Top 10 Artists" chart released on April 7 for the fifth consecutive time, totaling 20 times and breaking the record for the first and longest Korean artist. He has also become the only K-pop solo artist to top the chart.
In addition, Jin has won seven out of 11 "Global Weekly Top 10 Artists" released in 2023, setting a new record for the longest consecutive No. 1 in 2023.
Following Jin at No. 2 and No. 3 are Miley Cyrus and Heisrema, respectively, placing him on par with the world's top artists.
Jin first appeared on the "Global Weekly Top 10" with his first solo OST "Yours" in May of last year, and continued to be hot until "The Astronaut," recording a total of 38 chart-ins. Among them, 37 episodes were listed in the 'Top 3'
This is also the first and longest chart-in record for a K-pop artist, and Jin has broken his own new record every week, proving his strong popularity as a top solo artist.
Jin is the only K-pop artist to have both solo and group rankings at first place on the "Shazam Global Week Top 10 Artists."
Jin's first solo single "The Astronut" topped the list for 46 consecutive days as of April 11, marking a total of 81 times. This is the longest K-pop record released in 2022 and the second-longest record on the chart in 2022.
Jin's "You Us" ranked first for 102 days in 2022, setting a milestone as the first and longest K-pop chart-topper.
As a result, Jin has solidified his position as a global artist by ranking first with two solo songs in K-pop history on the Shazam "Global TOP 200" chart.
Jin's "The Astronut" has topped the chart 58 times in 2023, setting a new record for the longest consecutive No. 1 in 2023. It has also been on the charts for 164 consecutive days, of which it has settled in the "Top 10" for 162 consecutive days, showcasing his superstar power.
As of April 10, "The Astronut" also ranked first in Japan, holding the position for 163 consecutive days. Jin's "You Us" came in second. He showed overwhelming global power by holding first and second place for 46 consecutive days.
In particular, "YouUS," which held the top spot for the longest 204 consecutive days in the history of Shazam in Japan, has settled on the chart for 519 consecutive days, setting an unprecedented record for longevity on the chart.
In Korea, it also topped the list for 12 consecutive days, totaling 64 times. In addition, Jin's eight solo songs, including "YouUS," "Epiphany," "Moon," "Tonight," "Abyss," "Awake," and "Super Tuna," have all entered the charts, showcasing Jin's strong brand power. In Thailand, it has entered seventh place and is showing the potential for a reverse drive.
In the "Global TOP 200" chart "K-Pop" category, "The Astronut" has held the top spot for 161 consecutive days, and Jin's "Yours" has continued to top the list for a total of 477 days in the "Film, TV & Stage" category.
What is Shazam?
Shazam is a mobile application that enables users to identify the name and artist of a song by listening to a short audio clip of it. The app uses audio recognition technology to analyze the song and match it with a database of millions of songs. Once the song is identified, the user can then purchase it, watch its music video, or stream it through a music service. Shazam also provides charts and playlists of the most popular songs in various countries and genres. The app was founded in 1999 and is now owned by Apple Inc.
The interesting fact is that Shazam started the service even before the smartphone was released, and in 2002, when he dialed 2580 on his cell phone and played songs on the phone, Shazam texted the name of the song and the name of the musician's name.
BTS member Jin has set new records on the Shazam chart
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