Jungkook has finished it once more. BTS’ lead singer kickstarted his personal solo profession this 12 months with “Seven” that includes Latto. The track, written by Andrew Watt, Cirkut, Jon Bellion, Latto, and Theron Makiel Thomas, is about eager to spend all of 1’s time with one’s lover, “seven days every week.” The express model expresses a extra sexual need.
When “Seven” debuted, it grew to become each Jungkook and Latto’s first number-one on the Billboard Scorching 100 in the USA and the World 200. Moreover, “Seven” debuted at quantity three on the U.Ok. Singles Chart, setting a brand new file because the highest-debuting single by a solo Korean act.
Earlier than the July 30 broadcast of Inkigayo, “Seven” had gained two first-place trophies already, each towards “Tremendous Shy” by NewJeans on the July 20 and 27 episodes of M Countdown. On the July 30 episode of Inkigayo, Jungkook — who hadn’t anticipated to win and subsequently had no speech ready — walked away with one more win, this time towards “ISTJ” by NCT Dream.
Judging by Jungkook’s response, he genuinely hadn’t anticipated to beat out the competitors, however the BTS Military knew he was destined for greatness and had all of the potential to trump others. In his speech, he thanks the followers for all the time supporting him and tells everybody to “look ahead to nice music” and him “turning into a cool singer.”
Jungkook was additionally up towards “Tremendous Shy” by NewJeans for the third consecutive time. It appears to be like like we’ll be seeing extra nice issues from Jungkook within the coming years, so maintain your eyes peeled for Ok-Pop’s largest up-and-coming solo act.