BTS’ Jimin Beats Two-Month-Old Guinness World Record

Jimin from the K-pop group BTS broke a new Guinness World Record only two months after it was set. The singer has had a big year. He became an ambassador for Tiffany & Co. and put out his first solo record, Face.

He also made his debut as a single artist in the movie Fast X, where he sang a song with Kodak Black and a few other well-known artists. As a group, BTS has broken a number of records and set a number of new ones. Some of these records were broken and set in the same year.

On May 22, Jimin’s songs were played one billion times on Spotify, which is a new record. Even though other singers have done it before, Jimin is the first to do it, only 393 days after his solo debut.

With this, he became the first K-pop star to do this faster than anyone else, beating the record set by his own bandmate Jungkook. Jungkook had previously set the record just two months before, when he won after 409 days.

Guinness World Records says that With You has been streamed 230.6 million times, and Like Crazy has been streamed 181.4 million times.