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    BTS’ V’s “Christmas Tree” exceeds 400 million streams on Spotify

    V (also known as Kim Taehyung) of BTS continues to make history as his OST “Christmas Tree” surpasses 400 million streams on Spotify. This achievement is a significant milestone for V as it becomes the first K-OST to reach this impressive feat.

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    V: The OST King

    As the lead vocalist of BTS and a talented solo artist, V has proven time and time again his ability to captivate audiences with his soulful vocals and heartfelt lyrics. His song “Christmas Tree” is a perfect example of his musical prowess, showcasing his emotive singing style and impressive vocal range.

    The success of “Christmas Tree”

    “Christmas Tree” was released on Christmas Eve in 2021 as part of the OST for the drama ‘Our Beloved Summer’. The song’s emotional vocals resonated with listeners, drawing them in and intensifying the drama’s impact. The warm and sweet tones of the song enhanced viewer immersion, capturing the hearts of the audience right away.

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    Breaking records

    Upon its release, “Christmas Tree” was the first Korean solo song to top the Billboard Digital Song Sales chart. It also made history as the first K-OST to enter the prestigious Billboard Hot 100 chart.

    V’s second milestone

    Notably, “Christmas Tree” is V’s second solo song to surpass 400 million streams on Spotify, with “Sweet Night” as the first. This accomplishment further cements V’s reputation as the “OST King” and highlights his incredible popularity among listeners worldwide.

    Recognition and accolades

    Critics praise “Christmas Tree” for its emotional depth and powerful music, establishing V as one of the industry’s talented vocalists. The song topped K-OST streaming charts and ranked as the 8th most streamed K-POP track on Spotify’s 2022 Wrapped.

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