BTS's Jungkook continues to make waves in the global music scene. Living up to his hopes of creating a "light summer song," Jungkook's "Seven" has been ranked as the third most-streamed song worldwide this summer.
BTS's Jungkook has set a monumental record with his solo single 'Seven', becoming the fastest male artist in Spotify's history to achieve 500 million streams worldwide. The single, which was released on July 14th, recently surpassed the half-billion streaming mark on the world's largest music streaming platform, Spotify.
In a whirlwind of events surrounding the music industry, BTS's Jungkook finds himself at the epicenter of a plagiarism controversy. The young artist's track "Seven" was recently under scrutiny, with allegations suggesting it plagiarized Fin.K.L's "Time of Mask." Yang Joon Young, the producer behind "Time of Mask," was the first to raise these concerns.
In recent days, the K-pop world was abuzz with allegations of plagiarism against BTS's Jungkook for his song "Seven." The claims were initiated by Yang Joon Young, the producer for Fin K.L's song "Time of Mask." However, a comprehensive investigation by Dispatch has now debunked these allegations, providing a clear side-by-side comparison that illuminates the differences between the two tracks.
Allegations have arisen suggesting that BTS's Jungkook's solo track 'Seven' plagiarizes a song by Fin.K.L. In response, the record label Big Hit Music emphasized that these are "merely unilateral claims."