BTS’s Suga Breaks This Spotify Record Previously Set By RM

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King behavior.

BTS keep setting records left and right, and Suga is no exception. After an impressive year of achievements, Suga has set a new record on Spotify with the track “Girl Of My Dreams,” which he collaborated on with Juice WRLD.

This comes on the heels of another record that Suga set with his collaboration with Juice WRLD in December of 2021. With “Girl Of My Dreams,” Suga became the first Korean artist to debut at number 1 on Billboard’s Digital Song Sales chart.

Now, Suga has set yet another record by becoming the first Korean male artist to reach over 11 million monthly listeners on Spotify. As of this writing, he stands at 11, 020, 860 listeners. This follows a huge surge in streams of “Girl Of My Dreams,” which has now helped him set two different records for Korean artists.

By becoming the most streamed Korean male artist on Spotify, Suga has beaten the previous record holder, fellow BTS member RM, whose count stands at 7,849,965. In doing so, Suga became the first Korean male artist to exceed 8 million monthly listeners, and then of course, 9 million and 10 million, before setting this new record with 11 million.

Fans have a lot to be proud of. Even though Suga has overtaken RM, the members have all set considerable records with their achievements as solo artists. BTS is known as a group that consistently pushes boundaries, so we can’t wait to see what they’ll do next. Congratulations to Suga for his new title as most streamed Korean male artist!