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Entertainment BTS make history yet again with Dynamite streaming records

00:25  24 august  2020
00:25  24 august  2020 Source:   msn.com

South Korea's BTS hopes 'Dynamite' blows away fans amid coronavirus gloom

  South Korea's BTS hopes 'Dynamite' blows away fans amid coronavirus gloom South Korea's BTS hopes 'Dynamite' blows away fans amid coronavirus gloomSEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean boy band BTS said on Friday they hoped their new digital single "Dynamite" refreshes fans and helps them recharge their batteries as they cope with the novel coronavirus pandemic.

BTS has made history yet again , this time with the best-ever 24 hour debut of a music video on YouTube with their new song “ Dynamite ,” out on August 21. The streaming platform also added that fans should, “Stay tuned as we confirm final 24hr totals.” BLACKPINK held the prior YouTube record

BTS wasted no time breaking records with their dazzling new video. The “ Dynamite ” video got off to an, ahem, explosive start, with millions of people tuning in to watch If the record -breaking premiere for “ Dynamite ” serves as any indication, BTS ’s infectious new single will be making a lot of history

J-Hope et al. posing for the camera: BTS: Jungkook, V, SUGA, Jin, RM, Jimin, J-Hope © Bang Showbiz BTS: Jungkook, V, SUGA, Jin, RM, Jimin, J-Hope

BTS have broken the record for the most viewed YouTube video in 24 hours.

The K-Pop megastars - RM, Jin, SUGA, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook - made history on Friday (21.08.20) with the release of their new single, 'Dynamite', as the music video for the song set the new record for the biggest 24-hour debut, amassing a whopping 101 million views in its first day on the platform.

A YouTube spokesperson confirmed to Forbes on Sunday (23.08.20): "We can confirm that [the video titled] 'BTS (방탄소년단) 'Dynamite' Official MV' set a new all-time 24hr record, surpassing 100M views with 101.1m views in the first 24 hours."

BTS releases new single 'Dynamite'; watch Kpop boyband's first full English song

  BTS releases new single 'Dynamite'; watch Kpop boyband's first full English song The band's next album will release later this year, however no specific release date has been fixed. "The release of 'Dynamite' wasn't in our plans at all," said RM at an online press conference. "As soon as we heard it, we thought it was really fun and exciting, a fun and cheery song that wasn't that serious. It just made us feel good when we heard it," he explained. "We really wanted to share this energy with the fans as soon as possible." For BTS, the song was a "new challenge." Although RM is fluent in English, most of the other BTS members are not well versed with the language.

BTS ’ Dynamite has broken a YouTube record and we couldn’t be prouder of the boys (Picture BTS ’ new single Dynamite has officially become the According to AllKPop, YouTube has now confirmed that Dynamite amassed an eye-watering 101.1 million views in just one day on the platform making

Well, it looks like BTS has broken a record within hours of dropping their latest single, " Dynamite ." The K-pop band's highly-anticipated new song was released in music video form at midnight on Friday, and promptly exploded the record for the biggest premiere in YouTube history .

The track also set the record for biggest music video premiere when it garnered over 3 million concurrent viewers when it premiered on the platform.

'Dynamite's new record means it is the first, and currently the only, YouTube video in history to receive more than 100 million views within its first 24 hours.

Not content with just dominating YouTube, 'Dynamite' also saw BTS break the record for the biggest Spotify debut of 2020, when it garnered 7.779 million streams in its first 24 hours.

The track also set multiple iTunes records, becoming the fastest song to ever reach number one in 100 countries, with a time of just eight hours, and making BTS the only artist to ever have five songs achieve 100 number ones.

Meanwhile, BTS recently said they hope their new single - which is their first to be sung entirely in English - will bring "happiness and confidence" to their fans amid the coronavirus pandemic.

BTS drop acoustic and EDM remixes of Dynamite

  BTS drop acoustic and EDM remixes of Dynamite BTS have dropped an acoustic and EDM remix of their record-breaking hit 'Dynamite'.The South Korean boy band surprised fans with a stripped-back acoustic rendition and a fun EDM take on their record-breaking hit.

“ Dynamite ,” which BTS says is a song about giving “strength to people at a time when everyone is suffering,” is the group’s first full English-language Leading up to the release of “ Dynamite ,” the Army made coordinated plans to boost viewership on YouTube and hit other milestones that would increase

Each comeback, the ARMY works together to help BTS break records , so it was no surprise the group made history yet again with the release of MOTS: 7. The ARMY streamed BTS ' latest release so much that it earned 33.8 million streams in its first (partial) day on Spotify — the biggest debut for a

SUGA said: "'Dynamite' sends a message of happiness and confidence. It says, even though we're going through tough times, let's do what we can in our places, let's find freedom and happiness through dance and music. I would say it's a song dedicated to all the people who felt like they have fallen down whilst running a marathon."

The release of 'Dynamite' comes as the band are also preparing their new album, which is set to be released in the coming months.

The record will be almost entirely put together by the members themselves, including the album artwork and the overall production.

Jimin said: "We are still working on our album, it's still a go. Our goal is to release it in the second half of this year. This new album has the highest participation rate of any other albums that we released, and we're working really hard.

"We can't pinpoint an exact release date just yet, but as much as [our fans] are waiting for us, we really want to see you too so we're going to work harder."

K-pop stars BTS smash YouTube record with more than 100m views in 24 hours

  K-pop stars BTS smash YouTube record with more than 100m views in 24 hours K-pop stars BTS have smashed YouTube records with new single Dynamite, with the video viewed more than 100 million times in the 24 hours following its release. © Other BTS single Dynamite has broken YouTube records. Pic: Big Hit Labels The South Korean band's track garnered the most views ever for a music video in its first day on the platform - beating a record of 86.3 million views set by fellow K-pop act Blackpink earlier in 2020.With 101.

BTS ' " Dynamite " music video has officially broken the record for fastest video to reach 100 million views in YouTube history . The " Dynamite " MV reached 98.3 million views in the 24 hours after premiering on YouTube and officially hit 100 million views in 24 hours and 27 minutes, making it the

BTS has just made Spotify history with their latest single! On August 21, BTS made their highly-anticipated return with their new single “ Dynamite ,” which immediately soared to the top of iTunes charts all over the Please keep streaming Map of the Soul: 7. We gotta help BTS win those awards.


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