BTS J-Hope’s TikTok Hashtag Has Surpassed 20Billion Views

J-Hope is a Korean rapper, songwriter, dancer, and record producer. J-Hope released his first solo mixtape, Hope World, worldwide on March 1, 2018. His debut at number 63 (and subsequent peak at number 38) made him the highest-charting solo Korean artist on the Billboard 200 at the time of the mixtape’s release. On September 27, 2019, he released his song” Chicken Noodle Soup” featuring Becky G.

On October 12, 2019, the solo single debuted at No. 81 on US Billboard Hot 100, which made him the first member of BTS with a Hot 100 hit under his own name. J-Hope together with BTS are set to release their new Japanese Album “BTS, The BEST” in June this year.

BTS’ J-Hope had the most liked tweet in the world for 2018 when he posted the “In My Feelings Challenge” His social media influence is impeccable as he is the only Korean soloist to surpass 5 million followers on Spotify and entreated the top 200 list of the most followed artists on Spotify. His TikTok hashtag “jhope” has surpassed 20 Billion. He has had several clips of his dances going viral on the app, especially his “Dynamite” dances.

J-Hope is always in Top Twitter trends often seen trending all his 3 names “hobi” “jhope” and “hoseok” His prank red hair trended worldwide at #1 when he showed up with grey hair he dominated the Twitter trends in the whole world. A social media magnet, J-Hope definitely is!

J-Hope’s dance videos always rack up millions of views and go viral as well

J-Hope’s other keywords have racked up millions of views on TikTok as well

Congratulations J-Hope!

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