BTS's Jungkook's 'Seven' has made a triumphant re-entry, securing the top spot on the iTunes album chart, continuing its impressive reverse-run success.

Released on July 14th, Jungkook's solo single 'Seven' clinched the number one position on the worldwide iTunes album chart as of August 26th. As of August 25th, 'Seven' made a fresh entry, maintaining its top position for two consecutive days, showcasing its formidable strength.

The track surpassed global artists like Adele, Miley Cyrus, Ed Sheeran, and Coldplay to achieve the top spot. It has flaunted its immense global popularity and power by securing the number one position on the chart four times. Recently, 'Seven' also set a new record by topping the iTunes Top Songs chart in 115 countries or regions.

Previously, 'Seven' set an unprecedented record by reaching the number one spot on the iTunes Top Songs chart in 100 countries in just 2 hours and 33 minutes, the shortest time in iTunes history. Furthermore, it consecutively topped the four major iTunes Top Songs charts - Worldwide, European, U.S., and U.K. - for four days. It also made a record-breaking entry for 13 consecutive days on the Worldwide iTunes Top Songs chart, the longest for any Asian solo artist.

In addition, 'Seven' surpassed 500 million streams on Spotify, the world's largest music streaming platform, in just 43 days, setting the record for the fastest time by a male artist globally.

With 'Seven', Jungkook became the first and only Asian artist to top Spotify's Weekly Top Songs Global chart for six consecutive weeks and the Daily Top Songs Global chart for 44 days straight. Additionally, he made a notable entry into the U.S. music specialist magazine, Billboard's main singles chart 'Hot 100', staying within the top 30 for five consecutive weeks. He also simultaneously topped both the 'Global 200' and 'Global Excl. U.S.' charts for five consecutive weeks, further solidifying his position as a music powerhouse.

Meanwhile, 'Seven' was ranked third on Spotify's 'Most Streamed Songs Globally in Summer 2023', a remarkable achievement considering it was released just 40 days prior. This further proves the song's scorching global popularity.