All members of BTS have marked their presence on the U.S. Billboard 'Hot 100' chart with their solo tracks.

As per the latest chart data unveiled on August 26th by the U.S. music magazine Billboard, Jungkook's 'Seven (feat. Latto)' has once again clinched the top position on both the 'Global 200' and 'Global (Excluding U.S.)' charts.

Jungkook stands as the only Korean solo artist to dominate said chart for five consecutive weeks. Billboard highlighted that 'Seven' amassed 143 million streams on the 'Global 200' and 95.1 million on the 'Global (Excluding U.S.)', maintaining its reign at the top for five weeks straight.

On the primary 'Hot 100' chart, Jungkook's 'Seven' retained its position within the top 30 for its fifth consecutive week, while V's pre-released track 'Love Me Again' from his upcoming debut solo album 'Layover' (set to drop on September 8th) made its debut at the 96th spot.

V previously graced the 'Hot 100' at the 79th position on January 8, 2022, with 'Christmas Tree', an OST for the SBS drama 'That Year We'. This marks his second successful entry as a solo artist on the 'Hot 100'.

With this achievement, every BTS member has now graced the 'Hot 100' with their solo tracks. The group had previously made appearances on the 'Hot 100' with group songs, collaborations with diverse artists, features, OSTs, and more. This unparalleled record of each member's solo title tracks and singles being listed on the chart is truly remarkable.

V's 'Love Me Again' charted 1st on 'World Digital Song Sales', 3rd on 'Digital Song Sales', 6th on 'Global (Excluding U.S.)', and 12th on 'Global 200'. Another of his pre-release tracks, 'Rainy Days', ranked 4th on 'Digital Song Sales', 8th on 'Global (Excluding U.S.)', and 16th on 'Global 200'.

Jimin's title track 'Like Crazy' from his solo album 'FACE' re-entered the 'World Digital Song Sales' at 9th place. Additionally, it climbed to the 31st spot on 'Global (Excluding U.S.)' and 53rd on 'Global 200', charting for an impressive 21 consecutive weeks. 'FACE' also recorded an 8th place on 'World Albums'.

Lastly, Suga's solo album 'D-DAY' charted for 17 weeks, positioning 43rd on 'Top Current Albums' and 67th on 'Top Album Sales'.