BTS Jungkook’s solo single “Seven” has been a massive success, breaking multiple YouTube records. However, an error by Hybe, Jungkook’s agency, could hurt the song’s chances of ranking high on the Billboard charts.
The song’s official music video has surpassed 50 million views in less than 48 hours, making it the fastest solo MV by a Korean artist to reach that milestone. However, the artist’s name listed on the video is HYBE LABEL, not Jungkook’s name. Read More – Kim Woo-bin and Lee Chan-won donate 100 million won each to help flood victims
This is different from other groups and singers in Hybe, whose names are listed on their official music videos. As a result, the views for Jungkook’s “Seven” MV are not reflected in his personal artist ranking on YouTube.
This could have a negative impact on Jungkook’s chances of ranking high on the Billboard charts. Billboard’s charts take into account a number of factors, including music video views. If Jungkook’s “Seven” MV is not properly credited to him, it could mean that he loses out on chart positions.
Fans are concerned about the error and are calling on Hybe to fix it. They are worried that the error could prevent Jungkook from achieving his full potential on the Billboard charts.
Hybe has yet to comment on the error. However, the company has a history of fixing such errors in the past. It is possible that the error will be fixed soon, and that Jungkook’s “Seven” MV will start to be properly credited to him.
In the meantime, Jungkook’s fans are continuing to stream the song and the music video. They are hoping that the song will be a success on the Billboard charts, regardless of the error.