“Remember her? “Dynamite” had become the fastest Music video in YouTube history to surpass 30 million likes becoming the 3rd Most Liked music video in the world with 30.06 million likes so far! “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee released January 12, 2017 is the 1st most liked music video with 45.37 million likes while “See You Again” by Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth released April 6, 2015 is the 2nd most liked music video with 35.16 million views. The music video has achieved this before its first anniversary on August 21st 2020Continue reading
“Dynamite” joins the 1 Billion Spotify Streams Club becoming 1st song by a Korean artist in history to achive that milestone. “Dynamite” was BTS’ first ever all English song that they reased during the pandemic in 2020. The sonh broke the all time record for a video premier with 3 million concurrent viewers and 101.1 million YouTube views in its first 24 hours. The only other song to smash those two records is their own song “Butter”Continue reading
BTS abruptly announced that they would be releasing an new all English song later in the year 2020 during one of their VLIVE sessions.
Before BTS’ “Dynamite” was released, ARMY had set ambitious goals for the music premiere on all music platforms, from YouTube, Shazam, Radio, Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes and more. And true to their loyalty and hard work, they achieved and exceeded every goal that they had set for “Dynamite” which started the songs record breaking chart topping achievements up until now.Continue reading