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BTS : New music video dynamite gets 10 million views in 20 minutes!!




BTS : New music video dynamite gets 10 million views in 20 minutes!!

BTS has done this again. This Korean band broke all YouTube records with their new song.

By noon, this figure had been reached 34 million and now it has got more than 122 million views and more than 97 million likes. This figure is increasing over time. This is the first English song of BTS.

BTS new music video dynamite gets 10 million views in 20 minutes

Famous K-pop boy band BTS of Korea has got a new record registered in their name. The band’s new music video dynamite has garnered over 10 million views in just 20 minutes.

With this, in the first 20 minutes, dynamite had received more than one million likes. In the 4 hours after the video premiered, BTS’s official YouTube page had received over 20 million views in 40 minutes.

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BTS made this record:

By noon, this figure had been reached 34 million and now it has got more than 122 million views and more than 97 million likes. This figure is increasing over time.

This is the first English song of BTS. Being a Korean music band, BTS used to sing songs in their own language. However, now for the first time, he has recorded a song in English entirely.

While YouTube is about to release its numbers right now, it is believed that it has been recorded in history with another banging record.

According to Forbes, the video premiere of the BTS song Dynamite was the biggest premiere in history. 3 to 4 million people were watching this video live. This achievement is not really big.

10 million people watched the video in 20 minutes, YouTube’s record broke

Let us tell you that this BTS has broken the record of the previous video of Korea’s girl group BLACKPINK. BLACKPINK’s song How You Like That was the record for the biggest video in history.

It received 1.65 million views at its premiere, which has been broken by BTS.

Actually, this record was already with BTS. Their video of the MTV Video Music Awards 2020, which went live on August 30, received 1.54 views at the premiere.

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