BTS member Jimin continues to set dazzling records as a solo artist on the U.S. Billboard charts.

According to Billboard, Jimin's "Like Crazy" ranked 97th on the latest chart dated May 5, marking the longest 5 consecutive weeks on the chart for a Korean solo idol singer. This follows his pre-release track "Set Me Free Pt. 2," which debuted at 30th and has charted for 6 consecutive weeks.

Jimin has set a record of charting a total of 8 times with 4 songs, including his solo track "Filter" from BTS' "Map of The Soul:7" and his collaborative track "VIBE."

In the "Digital Song Sales" chart, "Like Crazy" ranked 7th in its 5th week, maintaining the longest 5 consecutive weeks in the Top 10 among Korean solo artists in the past decade. As the first Asian solo artist to reach 1st place for 3 consecutive weeks, Jimin's record is unparalleled.

On the "World Digital Song Sales" chart, "Like Crazy" ranked 2nd in its 5th week, achieving an impressive record of 5 consecutive weeks in the top spots, including three 1st place rankings. Jimin has recorded the most 1st place wins this year with 4 times, including his previous chart-topper "Set Me Free Pt. 2."

In the "Global 200" chart, which debuted at 2nd place with the largest sales in Korean solo artist history, Jimin succeeded in entering the Top 30 for 5 consecutive weeks, ranking 26th in its 5th week. Together with "Set Me Free Pt. 2," Jimin established the highest and longest records in both K-pop solo and Asian male solo history with 6 consecutive weeks on the chart.

On the "Global 200 (Excl. U.S.)" chart, Jimin ranked 17th in his 5th week, maintaining a Top 20 position for 5 consecutive weeks. He also ranked 9th on the "Hot Trending Songs" chart, achieving the longest 5 consecutive weeks on the chart since its revamp.

Jimin's "FACE" album, which debuted at 2nd place on the main Billboard 200 chart as the first Korean solo artist, climbed to 70th place in its 5th week. It also ranked 19th and 17th on the "Top Album Sales" and "Top Current Albums" charts, respectively, both of which peaked at 1st place in their debut week.

On the "Billboard World Albums" chart, Jimin ranked 2nd in its 5th week, following a record-breaking 4 consecutive weeks at 1st place. He managed to rank for 5 consecutive weeks on all 4 album chart categories, totaling 10 categories in both major single and album charts for 5 consecutive weeks.

Despite a short promotional period of about 10 days, unfavorable sales calculations, and radio airplay, Jimin achieved dazzling results. He continues to gain popularity as a member of the U.S. mainstream music industry, including being the first Korean solo artist to rank 1st on the "Artist 100" chart and climbing the Top 50 for 6 consecutive weeks.