The phenomenal boy group in on a streak! BTS set a new milestone as their English singe "Dynamite" achieved 1.3 billion views on YouTube.
BTS' 'Dynamite' MV Hits 1.3 Billion Views
On November 19 at 11 PM (KST), BTS' "Dynamite," released on August 21 last year, has exceeded 1.3 billion views. With this, the English track is their third MV to reach the milestone following "DNA" and "Boy With Luv (Feat. Halsey)."
"Dynamite" is a light disco-pop genre song, and a healing song that conveys message of hope during a difficult time because of COVID-19.
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BTS made a number of records with "Dynamite." It charted for a total of 32 weeks, including two weeks in a row and another three weeks, on the U.S. Billboard's "Hot 100" chart, making the longest-charting track on the rankings by a Korean artist.
The 2020 song also made the first record on Spotify by exceeding the cumulative one billion streaming mark.
"Dynamite" also obtained the "Triple Platinum" certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), which is given to songs that have sold more than three million units.
BTS' Music Videos With Millions and Billions of Views
Overall, BTS' music videos have 35 billion views on YouTube. Thanks to their supportive ARMYs worldwide, such a massive feat is.
So far, here are BTS' music videos and the YouTube views of each.
Dynamite - 1.3 billion views
DNA - 1.3 billion views
Boy With Luv (Feat. Halsey) - 1 billion views
Fake Love - 800 million views
Idol - 800 million views
Blood Sweat & Tears - 700 million views
Fire - 700 million views
Dope - 600 million views
Save Me - 500 million views
Butter - 500 million views
Not Today - 600 million views
Spring Day - 400 million views
ON - 300 million views
Life Goes On - 300 million views
Black Swan - 300 million views
Permission to Dance - 300 million views
BTS Departs to Los Angeles for the 2021 AMAs and 'PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE' World Tour
The Bangtan Boys were seen at the Incheon International Airport Terminal 2 on November 17. They will attend the 2021 American Music Awards (AMAs) in Los Angeles, USA on November 21.
The septet will perform at the awards ceremony, alongside Coldplay, with their collaborative track "My Universe."
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Not only that, because the boys will also perform their song "Butter" together with American rapper, Megan Thee Stallion.
After the 2021 AMAs, they will meet the ARMYs with their "BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE - L.A." concert at the SoFi Stadium on November 27-28 and December 1-2.
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Written by Annie Barmaine.