Group BTS set a new record for Korean singers in Spotify with their new song'Dynamite'.

According to the latest chart released by Spotify, the world's largest music streaming company on the 22nd (as of August 21), BTS' digital single'Dynamite', which was released on the 21st, entered the'Global Top 50' for the first time.

BTS is the first Korean singer to reach the top of Spotify's'Global Top 50'. BTS ranked third on this chart with'Boy With Luv (Feat. Halsey)' in April of last year.

In addition,'Dynamite' was streamed 7.78,950 times worldwide on the first day of its release, and this year's Spotify totaled the record for global streaming on the first day of its release.

In addition, it ranked 3rd in the US and 15th in the UK among the'Top 50' charts by country and region, setting its own best. In addition, BTS ranked first in 14 countries and regions with'Dynamite', further imprinting their presence as a global artist.

The worldwide popularity of'Dynamite' was predicted early from the first day of release. Immediately after the release (until 8:00 am on the 22nd), it ranked first on the iTunes'Top Song' chart in 104 countries and regions around the world. It exceeded 100 million views.

'Dynamite' is a disco pop genre song with a refreshing melody, and it contains a message of hope for everyone who is having a hard time with Corona 19. It is a'healing song' unique to BTS that conveys the preciousness of life and the specialness of life through lyrics that express'happiness' and'confidence'.

On the other hand, BTS will release EDM (Electronic Dance Music) and an acoustic version of'Dynamite' sound source on the 24th at 1 pm (Korean time).

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(SBS funE reporter Jihye Kim)