BTS boys blasted YouTube scores - Yonhap News / Newscom / SIPA
How can a song become a hit in just a few hours? Answer: thanks to the strike force of its fan community. This Friday, K-pop group BTS unveiled the music video for their new single, "Dynamite," the first single from a new album to be released. It would be an understatement to say that this title was expected, since the video was viewed 98.3 million times in one day, becoming the most viewed video in 24 hours on YouTube.
Thanks to this score, BTS manages to dethrone another K-pop group, Blackpink, and its honorable 86.4 million views in one day. This is not the first time that the boy band has managed to win this title, already setting a record last year with "Boy With Luv".
In this new clip, the seven boys sing about their desire to spread joy and good humor through pop and disco sounds. What to console themselves for having canceled the first dates of their tour in South Korea because of the Covid-19. While waiting to get back on stage, BTS will be releasing a new album soon. This will be their second of the year, following the release of Map of The Soul: 7 in February, a record that had sold more than five million copies worldwide. Another record.
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