Jungkook becomes the most subscribed BTS member on THESE 5 music apps in China
BTS's Jungkook has become the most followed and subscribed member of K-pop boy band in China on all five major music apps namely QQ music, NetEASE Music, Kugou Music, Xiami Music and Kuwo Music.
BTS probably has one of the most loyal and intense fanbases in the ARMY. They follow each move of their favourite band closely. BTS member Jungkook — who has dozens of records on his name — seems to have charted yet another milestone of becoming the most subscribed BTS member in China on five music apps.
According to reports, BTS’s Jungkook has become the most followed and subscribed member of K-pop boy band in China on all five major music apps namely QQ music, NetEASE Music, Kugou Music, Xiami Music and Kuwo Music.
– QQ Music
– NetEase Music
– Kugou Music
– Xiami Music
– Kuwo Music
— MagicStar_JK (@MagicStarJK) March 21, 2020
Unlike BTS member JIMIN, Jungkook has become the most subscribed on all these platforms without dropping a sole track as of now. Fans of Jungkook have been desperately wanting him to drop his solo in the days to come.
The feat came hours after BTS member JIMIN’s solo on their latest album, Map of the Soul: 7 has become the most-streamed Korean Solo song on YouTube music. As per the reports, BTS’s JIMIN’s FILTER has already been streamed 16 million times on YouTube music becoming the only Korean solo song to achieve this feat. Prior to this achievement, FILTER has already had various records and feats.
A few days back, Big Hit Entertainment dropped BANGTAN BOMB video showcasing all BTS members reacting to their “Black Swan” music video.
While monitoring their Black Swan music video, BTS members revealed a lot of things about the music video. In the same video, Jungkook had also confessed that he was so sleepy while they were filming the video.
When the music video Black Swan was dropped on the internet, people were comparing Jimin, Jungkook and Jin to Natalie Portman’s character from Black Swan (2010). There were also people who were drawing a comparison between Darren Aronofsky’s 2010 ballet psychodrama of the same name becuase both are deeper, darker and thought-provoking.