BTS's Jungkook has solidified his reputation as a 'global pop star' with his solo single "Seven (feat. Latto)" marking its 10th consecutive week on the Billboard 'Hot 100'.

According to the latest chart released by the U.S. music authority, Billboard, on the 26th (local time) for the week of September 30th, Jungkook's "Seven" secured the 53rd spot on the main song chart, 'Hot 100'. Since its release on July 14th, the song has continuously graced the chart, making a direct debut at number 1 on July 29th.

"Seven" also showcased its enduring popularity by ranking 2nd on both the Billboard 'Global (excluding U.S.)' and 'Global 200' charts, maintaining its charm even two months after its release.

V's debut solo album "Layover" climbed to the 20th spot on the main album chart, 'Billboard 200', and secured the 2nd position on both 'Top Album Sales' and 'Top Current Album Sales'. Additionally, "Layover"'s track "Love me again" ranked 42nd on 'Global (excluding U.S.)' and 85th on 'Global 200'. "Rainy Days" positioned itself at 76th on 'Global (excluding U.S.)' and 149th on 'Global 200', while "For Us" and "Blue" ranked 141st and 189th respectively on 'Global (excluding U.S.)'.

J-Hope's solo album "Jack In The Box" ranked 26th on 'Top Current Album Sales' and 30th on 'Top Album Sales'. Moreover, Jimin's solo album "FACE"'s title track "Like Crazy" secured the 50th spot on 'Global (excluding U.S.)' and 82nd on 'Global 200'. Suga, under his stage name Agust D, with his solo album "D-DAY", captured the 89th position on 'Top Current Album Sales'. Despite being released several months ago, these solo albums continue to receive immense love from music fans worldwide.

Meanwhile, Jungkook is set to release his second solo single "3D (feat. Jack Harlow)" on the 29th, aiming for another chart-topping success following "Seven".