TWICE sets a new record as the fastest Korean artist to reach 4 billion streams on Spotify

With 4 billion streams on Spotify, TWICE becomes the fastest Korean artist to achieve this feat.

As of February 5, TWICE has officially surpassed more than 4 billion cumulative streams on Spotify. These 9 girls reached this number after 1,407 days since joining the platform in 2018.


With this achievement, TWICE has become the fastest Kpop artist to reach this milestone. In addition to TWICE, other Kpop artists who also hold this achievement are BTS and BlackPink.

Previously, on February 1, TWICE also reached more than 1 million followers on Line Music – one of the on-demand music streaming platforms in Japan.

This figure also helped TWICE become the first and only female artist to achieve such an important milestone on this platform.


Only 11 days after BTS established their record, TWICE became the next group to reach this number. With this achievement, the girl group is now listed as the No.5 most-followed artist, following BTS and prominent Japanese singers, such as GReeeN, Nishino Kana and Aimyon.

On the afternoon of Feb 4th, TWICE released the “Benny Benassi Remix” version of their first English single “The Feels”. The girl group will continue to hold the next shows of their 4th World Tour called “III” on Feb 15th and Feb 16th in Los Angeles and California, the U.S.

TWICE will perform in a total of 5 cities of the U.S for 2 months straight before coming to Japan for the shows in April.

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