BTS, a young group of boys finally done it. “DYNAMITE”, a new single of BTS declared as the most-viewed music video on YouTube within 24 hours. More than a hundred million people watched this cool music video album.
The K-Pop kings tried to execute something fresh in this music video. Last Friday, they released this video on YouTube. Because of the cool beats and stunning visuals, the views started to rise within no time.
YouTube now officially confirmed that “Dynamite” bagged an unbelievable 101.1 million views in just one day. This video became the most-viewed clip in 24 hours in their history.
Who held the previous record before BTS?
Black Pink holds this record previously. The name of the album was “How you like that.” The performers in the BTS group, including RM, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, Jin, V and Jungkook, have broken this record,
Dynamite gained 14.8 million views more than BLACKPINK’s “How You Like That.” It happened to be publicized on Friday that “Dynamite” enlisted more than twice the peak of live-viewers than “How You Like It.”
Another specialty of “Dynamite” is, this is the BTS group’s first song entirely in English. Within 12 hours, it also came into the No. 1 trending position. When they aired this video on YouTube, there were already 3 million live concurrent viewers. So it created another record for most-viewed YouTube premiere.
The tape shows the most colorful exhibition of glances we’ve ever seen from BTS in an MV. The “Dynamite” video, which got directed by Yong Seok Choi, also holds the production firm Lumpens.
The TV premiere of “Dynamite” will take place at the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards, scheduled to air Aug. 30 at 8 p.m. A live performance of K-pops is on the way.
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