EXO’s Baekhyun Achieves His First 100 Million Streams On Spotify With 'Candy'
EXO’s Baekhyun Achieves His First 100 Million Streams On Spotify With 'Candy'

EXO’s Baekhyun has achieved a significant milestone as his track ‘Candy’ surpasses 100 million streams on Spotify. This accomplishment marks his first song to reach such a milestone, highlighting his success as a solo artist.

EXO’s Baekhyun Rise as a Solo Artist

Known for his role as a member of EXO, Baekhyun has also made a name for himself with his solo endeavors. His song ‘Candy,’ the title track from his second solo album ‘Delight,’ has garnered significant attention and acclaim. Released in 2020, ‘Delight’ topped charts and sold over a million copies, earning Baekhyun the title of million-seller.

Baekhyun debuted as a solo artist in 2019 with the album ‘City Lights’ and its title track ‘UN Village.’ He continued to build his solo career with ‘Delight’ in 2020 and ‘Bambi’ in 2021. Fans eagerly anticipate his new music slated for release this year.

EXO’s Baekhyun Journey and Future Plans

Baekhyun began his career in 2012 as the main vocalist of EXO, gaining widespread recognition for his vocal prowess. In early 2024, he announced his departure from SM Entertainment and the establishment of his own agency, INB100, where he will continue his solo activities. Despite this move, he remains a member of EXO and will participate in group activities through SM Entertainment. Fellow EXO members Chen and Xiumin have also joined his agency for their solo careers.

In 2024, The South Korean singer-songwriter and actor embarked on his first solo Asia tour, starting on March 16 at the KSPO Dome in Seoul, South Korea. He also hosted a fan meet event titled ‘Snack Party’ across three South Korean cities: Seoul, Gwangju, and Busan. Fans continue to support and celebrate his dynamic career both as a solo artist and a member of EXO.

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