Seven (Explicit) Jung Kook & Latto Ringtones Download


Seven (Explicit) Jung Kook & Latto Ringtones Download

The South Korean singer Jungkook of BTS, along with American rapper Latto, released the song “Seven” as a single via Big Hit Music on July 14, 2023. Andrew Watt and Cirkut, who also co-wrote the song with Jon Bellion, Latto, and Theron Makiel Thomas, produced it. The song, a romantic UK garage pop tune, is about wanting to be with your partner all the time. Additionally, an explicit version was made available, and it was later featured on Jungkook’s Golden debut studio album.

  • Artist(s) : ,
  • Album : GOLDEN (2023)
  • Released : November 3, 2023
  • Genre : Pop
  • Label : Big Hit
  • Producer : Banx & Ranx, Jon Bellion, BloodPop, Cirkut, Diplo, DJ Snake, Leclair, Maesic, Allen Ritter, Johan “Roza” Rosa, David Stewart, Andrew Watt

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The song debuted on music charts in more than fifty countries, with the highest positions found in Singapore, Malaysia, India, and Latvia. It became Jungkook and Latto’s first number-one when it debuted at the top of the US Billboard Hot 100 and the Global 200. Additionally, it was the number one song in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, South Korea, the Philippines, and Taiwan on Billboard’s Hits of the World charts.

“Seven” broke the previous record for the highest debuting single by a solo Korean act in history when it debuted at number three on the UK Singles Chart. It also appeared in the top ten charts in South Korea, Australia, Japan, Lithuania, Peru, Paraguay, New Zealand, Canada, Ireland, and Switzerland. In the end, it became the most-streamed collaboration of 2023 on Spotify, shattering the record for the fastest song in history to reach one billion plays.

Big Hit Music revealed on Weverse on June 29, 2023, that Jungkook’s single “Seven” would be available on July 14, 2023. On July 3, 2023, “Still with You” and “My You” became accessible on streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music, ahead of the digital single’s release. Previously, SoundCloud and YouTube were the only places to download both songs. Concept images and a short film were made public on July 7. On July 13, the official music video teaser was released.

On August 25, 2023, Swedish DJ Alesso released a progressive house dance remix; at the end of October, French DJ David Guetta released a second remix.

“Seven,” which was co-written by Jon Bellion, Latto, and Theron Makiel Thomas, was produced by Andrew Watt and Cirkut. It was called a “invigorating summer song.” The vocal range of the song is F♯4 to D♯6, and it is in the key of B major with a tempo of 126 beats per minute. It’s a catchy melody and pop song of the UK garage genre with acoustic guitar sounds. Lyrically, “Seven” is a love ballad about desiring to be with one’s partner all day long. The lyrics of the explicit version convey a more sensual longing.

“Seven” received a four-star rating out of five from Rhian Daly, who wrote for NME. She praised Jungkook’s “polished mid-register and honeyed falsetto” and said the song “set the bar high for his solo era”.

With nearly 16 million plays on its first day, “Seven” became the biggest debut of 2023 and the most streamed song for a male artist and collaboration ever. It also peaked at the top of the daily Global Spotify Chart. Jungkook made history by becoming the first Korean solo artist to debut at the top of the global chart and the first K-pop act to reach number one on the U.S. Spotify chart.

“Seven” made its debut at number two on the July 19, 2023, Billboard Japan Hot 100 chart issue for the July 10–16 period in Japan, after just three days of availability. With 39,170 copies sold, it debuted at the top of the component Download Songs chart and was the most downloaded song of its release week. With 18,434 downloads, Yoasobi’s “Idol,” which was at number two, was sold less than half as much as this song. With 4,608,696 streams, it also debuted at number 14 on the component Streaming Songs chart. The single sold an additional 12,656 units and remained the fourth most downloaded song for the week of July 17–23, spending a second consecutive week at number two on the Hot 100 (chart dated July 26). With 14,601,063 streams, it reached its peak at number two on the Streaming chart—three times more than it had during its first week of sales.

The song achieved the highest debut for a solo Korean act in the chart’s history when it debuted at number three on the UK Singles Chart. The previous record held by Jimin, the bandmate, who peaked at number eight with “Like Crazy” a few months prior, was surpassed by Jungkook. Additionally, he and BTS shared the record for the highest Singles Chart debut and peak ever. BTS had previously made their number three debuts in 2020 with “Dynamite” and in 2021 with “Butter” and “My Universe”.

On its premiere day (July 14, 2023) in the US, “Seven” sold over 34,000 digital copies and garnered 5.11 million on-demand streams, according to Luminate. Over the next three days, it continued to receive over 2.5 million streams every day, reaching 13.7 million streams in its first four days of availability. In that same period, 32,000 digital copies were sold. The song saw its 68th number one debut in Billboard chart history on July 29th, when it debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 issue. It had 21.9 million streams, 6.4 million airplay audience, and 153,000 digital[a] and CD singles sold in total between July 14 and July 20. In addition to debuting at positions 30 and 33 on the Adult Pop Airplay and Pop Airplay charts, respectively, it was the second best-selling digital song and the fourth most streamed song of the week of its release. “Seven” marks Jungkook’s first-ever number-one and top-10 Hot 100 entry. Having achieved a number one with “Like Crazy” in April, he is the second member of BTS to do so. Jimin was the first. Latto also achieved her first number one on the chart with the single; her previous high was number three with “Big Energy” in April 2022. As producers, Watt and Cirkut achieved their tenth and second Hot 100 number one spots, respectively; as writers, they achieved their ninth and fourth spots; as writers, Bellion and Thomas achieved their second and Latto’s first. At positions five and eleven on the Artist 100, respectively, Jungkook and Latto also reached new highs.

With 269,000 downloads sold and 217.1 million streams accumulated globally from July 14 through July 20, 2023, “Seven” debuted atop the Billboard Global 200 on July 29. This barely beats Miley Cyrus’s “Flowers” (the week of February 4, 2023) for the biggest week for a single by a solo artist since the chart’s inception. A total of 289.2 million streams of “Butter” by BTS during the week of June 5, 2021, made it the second-highest streaming week ever. Latto also scored her first number one on the chart; her previous high was number 32 with “Big Energy” in April 2022. Jungkook became the first member of BTS to top the global chart as a solo artist. With 195.8 million streams and 131,000 downloads sold in non-US territories during the same period, both artists simultaneously debuted at the top of the Global Excl. US chart, earning their first number one and highest peaks on the ranking; Jungkook had previously peaked at number two with “Left and Right” in July 2022, while Latto had previously peaked at number 117 with “Big Energy” in May 2022. For the week of July 21–29, “Seven” earned 152.1 and 138.1 million cumulative streams, respectively, during its second consecutive week at the top of both Global charts (August 5 issue). It reached the top spot on both charts for a third week in a row (August 12 issue). Between July 28 and August 3, it earned 14,000 sales and 124.3 million streams worldwide, in addition to 5,000 sales and 112.8 million streams from outside the US. “Flowers” spent its first six weeks at number one, and “Seven” is the second song of 2023 to debut at number one on both Global charts. As of the August 19 issue date, “Seven” had been at the top of both rankings for four weeks. In its fourth week (August 4–10), the song earned 111.7 million streams globally and sold 4,000 copies. After achieving four weeks in a row of over 100 million streams outside of the US, it became the first song since the Excl. US chart’s launch. It earned 101.9 million streams and an additional 3,000 sales during that time.

With 104.3 million streams and 4,000 sales earned globally, as well as 95.1 million streams and 3,000 sales in territories outside of the US during the period of August 11–17, 2023’s “Flowers” became the second song after this one to spend its first five weeks atop both charts. The song continued to be at the top of both Global charts (issues dated August 26, 2023) in its fifth week of release. As the only songs of the year to top the Global rankings (September 2 issue) in their first six weeks, “Seven” and “Flowers” were tied in their sixth week. Between August 18 and 24, it received 94.1 million streams, 2,000 copies sold worldwide, and 85.8 million streams and 2,000 sales outside of the United States. The next week, “Seven” broke the record set by “Flowers” and became the first song of 2023 to reach the top of both Global charts (issues dated September 9) in its first seven weeks of release. During the period of August 25–31, it generated an additional 97 million streams and 12,000 sales globally, and 88.2 million streams and 8,000 sales outside of the US. With 83.8 million streams and 3,000 sales during the period of September 1–7, it topped the Excl. US chart for eight weeks running (September 16 issue). However, Doja Cat’s “Paint the Town Red” overtook it, charting at number two on the Global 200. As of the September 16 issue, “Seven” had landed at the top of the Excl. US chart for nine weeks running, with 2,000 sales and 77.7 million streams between September 8 and September 14. It was still ranked second on the Global 200.



Seven (Explicit) Jung Kook & Latto Lyric

Seven (Explicit) Jung Kook & Latto Lyric

Weight of the world on your shoulders
I kiss your waist and ease your mind
I must be favored to know ya
I take my hands and trace your lines

It’s the way that you can ride
It’s the way that you can ride
Think I met you in another life
So break me off another time

You wrap around me and you give me life
And that’s why night after night
I’ll be f***in’ you right

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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Seven days a week
Every hour, every minute, every second
You know night after night
I’ll be f***in’ you right
Seven days a week

You love when I jump right in
All of me I’m offering
Show you what devotion is
Deeper than the ocean is

Wind it back I’ll take it slow
Leave you with that afterglow
Show you what devotion is
Deeper than the ocean is

It’s the way that you can ride
It’s the way that you can ride
Think I met you in another life
So break me off another time

You wrap around me and you give me life
And that’s why night after night
I’ll be f***in’ you right

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Seven days a week
Every hour, every minute, every second
You know night after night
I’ll be f***in’ you right
Seven days a week

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Seven days a week
Every hour, every minute, every second
You know night after night
I’ll be f***in’ you right
Seven days a week

Tightly take control
Tightly take his soul
Take your phone, put it in the camera roll
Leave them clothes at the door
What you waiting for, better come and hit ya goals

He jump in it both feet
Going to the sun-up, we ain’t getting no sleep
Seven days a week, seven different sheets, seven different angles
I can be your fantasy

Open up, say ahhh
Come here, baby, let me swallow your pride
What you on? I can match your vibe
Hit me up and I’mma Cha Cha Slide

You make Mondays feel like weekends
I make him never think about cheatin’
Got you skipping work and meetings, f*** it, let’s sleep in

Seven days a week
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Seven days a week
Every hour, every minute, every second
You know night after night
I’ll be f***in’ you right
Seven days a week

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Seven days a week
Every hour every minute every second
You know night after night
I’ll be f***in’ you right
Seven days a week