"Dynamite is a song that can lift anyone's spirits", Jimin, one of the group's vocalists, said during a press conference Thursday evening.
BTS is set to sing "Dynamite" at a premiere performance during the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards on August 30. The upbeat, dance-y music video was sure to get some significant response, but this is huge!
"It's the third time this year BTS has broken the best 10 for first-day music video sees, with their melody "ON" seeing 43.8 million perspectives in the first 24 hours, and delighted in 1.54 million simultaneous watchers when it was posted, alongside another video to advance the tune, "'ON' Kinetic Manifesto Film: "Come Prima."
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BTS' Dynamite MV dropped yesterday and 24 hours later, the boy group beat BLACKPINK to reclaim the YouTube record for most views in 24 hours. The K-Pop stars latest long had about 98.3 million views on YouTube after it went live online, easily exploding the old mark. You could even call them overachievers at this point as Dynamite MV garnered an insane 10 million views in just 21 minutes. The peppy number will make you all groove in some disco moves.
It took less than eight hours for BTS to rack up more than 54 million views for its first English language single on YouTube. Dynamite has become the first song on YouTube to have the most views during its premiere. At the time of writing this, the Dynamite song video has received more than 117 million views.
The K-pop group's new track is the guys' first song in all English. Earlier too, it has recorded most views in a single day with its April 2019 release "Boy With Luv".