BTS should be pretty used to breaking records by now.
BTS member Jimin has broken the SoundCloud record for biggest 24-hour debut with his solo song.
The K-Pop star released the ballad Promise on 31 December, and it was streamed 8.5million times in the first day of debut, according to the platform.
It smashes the record held by rapper Drake and his Duddy Freestyle, which was streamed 4.9million times.
Since then listens on Promise, which was co-written by Jimin and fellow BTS member RM, have skyrocketed to over 16.3million streams.
The track is currently sitting at No.2 on SoundClouds Top 50 chart.
Jimin has previously released solo song Lie on BTS 2016 album Wings and Serendipity on Love Yourself: Answer.
He isnt the only BTS member to bless us with solo material in 2018. RM dropped his solo mixtape mono in October while J-Hope released his mixtape Hope World in March.
Promise capped off an incredible year for the seven member K-Pop boy group, which also included an appearance at the UN, topping the Forbes Korea Power list, and becoming the first Korean artist to top the US Billboard 200 chart with Love Yourself: Tear.
Their incredible 2018 culminated in BTS being named Artist Of The Year at the Mnet Asian Music Awards, as well as picking up Album Of The Year for Love Yourself: Tear, Best Music Video for IDOL, Best Asian Style and Global Choice.
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