BTS is one of the most popular bands. They have a loyal base of fans known as ARMY. Now, on its third anniversary, the ARMY has made V’s solo track Singularity top the World Digital Song Sales chart. The song was a part of BTS’ 2018 album, Love Yourself: Tear.
With this, V is now also the only K-Pop artist to achieve two No. 1 solo songs on the chart. His song Inner Child was the chart-topper in March.
In a past Billboard interview with BTS's western songwriters, Singularity composer Charlie J. Perry stated that he was blown away on how the song had turned out. He said that the song got so much love and praise because of V's soulful voice. Perry helped in creating the track which was written by BTS leader RM.
Perry had said, "Like [V] really, really connected with it. It was such a beautiful thing because we haven't even actually met.” He added that to send something across the world and for somebody to mirror that with such passion and emotion was such an incredible experience itself. “He definitely has the character that this song seemed to gel so well with," he said.
Talking about V, did you know that he wanted to be a saxophonist? Yes, he has a deep attachment to the instrument as that's the only instrument he knows how to play well.
There was a time when he was almost about to quit and his father was supportive of his decision. But eventually, V got hold of himself. Recalling the incident, V had said, “Being a trainee was so hard that I called him crying. When I told him I wanted to quit, he told me, ‘If it’s too hard, you can quit. There are lots of other jobs. Let’s look for one together.’ I had nothing to say to that. I felt embarrassed that I said that in the first place. As time passed, those words touched me.”
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