“Dynamite” BTS’ first all English song and first ever no. 1 on Billboard Hot 100 Chart has added another record to its immaculate list of records. The song was chosen in Rolling Stone’s list of “The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time” the song released on 21st August 2020 placed at no. 346 out of the 500 songs. Rolling Stone stated that they remade the list for the first time after 17 years and more than 250 artists, writers and industry figured were crucial in choosing the list that includes new classis, historic favorites and world-changing anthems.Continue reading “BTS’ “Dynamite” Listed in Rolling Stones’ “The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time””
BTS’ “Dynamite,” released on August 21, 2020 was certified platinum in the United Kingdom. The summer hit single was BTS’s first double-platinum single in the United States, and had its first platinum certification for downloads in Japan. This means that “Dynamite” is now platinum certified in three of the biggest music markets in the entire world.Continue reading “BTS’ “Dynamite” Is Now Platinum Certified in Three Of The Biggest Music Markets In The Entire World”
“Dynamite by Korean band, BTS celebrates its 1 year anniversary with some very impressive records and achievements!
“Dynamite” was released on 21st August 2021. The song in BTS’ first ever full English song that the members Jin, SUGA, j-hope, RM, Jimin, V and JungKook wanted to share to comfort people in this time of the 2020 pandemic. The song is upbeat with summer vibes that is truly an ear worm. From getting BTS their first GRAMMY nomination and first ever Asian Artist’s solo performance on the stage to achieving 1 Billion views in less than a year, the song is truly remarkable. With over 40 live performances, the song has truly been what the world needed during these hard times.Continue reading “Happy One Year Anniversary To BTS’ First Ever English Grammy Nominated Song “Dynamite””
“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 “BTS’ “Dynamite” Becomes The Fastest Music Video in History To Reach 30 million Likes! Achieving The Milestone in Less Than A Year!”
“Dynamite is hardly one year old and it has broken several records since it was released on 21st August 2020. The song with its summer vibes and happy feel good beats still hits like it was just let out into the world yesterday! With every “Dynamite” performance, BTS always add something new and fresh and it was no different when they performed it during their BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge appearance. They performed “Permission to Dance” and “I’ll Be Missing You” cover the song by Faith Evans, Puff Daddy and 122, Sting version tooContinue reading “WATCH: BTS’ Performance of “Dynamite” On BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge”
“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’ “Dynamite” is Now First Song By Korean Act In History To Surpass 1 Billion Streams”