‘Darl+ing’ by SEVENTEEN tops iTunes charts worldwide.


A new English-language single, titled ‘Darl+ing,’ was released on April 15 by the 13-membered boy group SEVENTEEN on YouTube. According to the iTunes Top Songs chart, ‘Darl+ing’ has already reached number one in at least 34 different countries, including the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Egypt, and others, as of 8 a.m. KST (4:30 a.m. IST) the following day. This demonstrates that the song is a smash hit right away!

In addition, the tune reached the top ten in at least 46 different countries and regions. Furthermore, SEVENTEEN’s ‘Darl+ing’ has peaked at the top of many Japanese real-time music charts, including Line Music and mo-mu, with the song charting at number 1. Pre-release tune from SEVENTEEN’s fourth studio album, which is set to be released in May, the digital single serves as a teaser for the album.

It is in ‘Darl+ing’ that SEVENTEEN tells a story that they wish to tell CARATs all over the world, and it is told in the group’s distinct style. “We become perfect only when we are ourselves,” says the song, expressing the idea that “we become perfect only when we are ourselves.” This impressive track was composed by Woozi of SEVENTEEN, who is also the group’s Vocal Team leader and producer, and who collaborated with singer/producer Byeong Eun on the creation of “Darl+ing.”

Between now and then, you may listen to ‘Darl+ing’ on Apple Music, which features Dolby Atmos-enabled spatial sound. For SEVENTEEN, the cooperation is a means of allowing their global fans to engage with their music in a more unique and creative way than they could previously. It will also be possible to download the group’s impending May release on the platform.

A huge congratulations to SEVENTEEN on the successful release of their album ‘Darl+ing’!

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