BTS, Korean pop music stars, had created history when the team’s new single ‘Dynamite’ became the twenty-four best-ever debut of the music video on YouTube, which yet attains more than a hundred million views.
Korean pop stars BTS have made history after the group’s new single “Dynamite” became the best-ever 24-hour debut of a music video on YouTube with more than 100 million views. https://t.co/XkNOzfoLyU
— CNN International (@cnni) August 24, 2020
On Friday, the biggest K-pop group of the world aired highly-anticipated graphics for the record, and definitely, the number of views steeply surged.
At the end of the uploading day, BTS’ song Dynamite had reached 101.1 million views on YouTube and even held the title of the most viewed music video on YouTube.
Dynamite broke all YouTube records
The unbelievable victory that means BTS group has currently slipped the competing K-pop fellow group known as Blackpink, who formerly accomplished the record for their music video song ‘How You Like That.” Moreover, the music single got 86.3 million views in just one day after its publishing in June.
BTS band holds Min Yoon-gi (Suga), Kim Seok-jin (Jin), Jeon Jung-Kook, Jung Ho-Seok (J-Hope), Kim Tae-Hyung (well known as V) and Park Ji-min. Till Monday morning, BTS creation of ‘Dynamite’ had crossed more than 178 million views on YouTube.
Dynamite acted as the first creation of BTS which was utterly sung in English. Around 4 minutes, music video keeps theme light with various colors and bright scenes that featured 7 members with retro idea props, attire, and hairstyles.
According to the media press, the music video intends to fetch a new surge highly required energy to revive the global community in the middle of the pandemic Coronavirus. Furthermore, the song ‘Dynamite’ was aired before the BTS band’s future album, which is supposed to appear later this year.
In February, they published their 4rth collection of ‘Map of the Soul: 7.’ On August 30, the BTS band is decided to sing that song (Dynamite) at a premiere performance at the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards.