GOT7’s Jackson Made History Once More Ranking No. 29 On The U.S. Top 40 Radio Chart With “100 Ways”
Entering the top 30 on the U.S. Top 40 Radio chart, GOT7‘s Jackson has made history once more!
Back in March, Jackson delivered yet another masterpiece with his single “100 Ways”. While the song immediately had fans falling in love with Jackson all over again, right after its release, “100 Ways” also dominated charts including the iTunes chart where it took top spots in 35 countries around the world.
Then in May, “100 Way” was recognized at no. 39 on the U.S. Top 40 Radio chart from Mediabase, a radio tracking service from iHeartMedia. With this, Jackson not only made his first appearance on the chart but he also became the first Chinese soloist in history to make it on the chart!
Now, five weeks later, Jackson has not only maintained his place on the chart but has also made history once more! According to the site’s latest update made on June 28, Jackson rose to no. 29 on the weekly rankings.
Ranking at no. 29, Jackson not only took the best record for a solo artist in China but also the best record for a solo artist in a K-Pop group. Additionally, Jackson now holds the title of being the first K-Pop idol solo artist to rank in the top 30 on the U.S. radio chart!
Upon hearing the news, Jackson expressed his gratitude towards fans while expressing his honor at placing in the top 30. Additionally, Sean Miyashiro, the CEO of 88Rising, spoke about how meaningful Jackson’s achievement really is. Jackson and Sean, however, didn’t just express their thanks through words; they also released a brand new version of “100 Ways” to say, “Thank you to all the fans and radio partners who are helping make history.”
Congratulations for make history once again, Jackson!
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