BTS’ singles “Film Out,” “Life Goes On” and “Dynamite” have all charted on Billboard Hot 100, Billboard Global 200, Billboard Global Excl. U.S, and Billboard Digital Song Sales Charts. BTS have now charted 3 Songs in 3 Different Languages (Japanese, Korean and English) respectively, making them the first and only artist to do so in Billboard history!Continue reading “BTS are History Makers as They Charted 3 Songs in 3 Different Languages On ALL Billboard Major Charts”
BTS’ “Dynamite” Music Video has officially Surpassed 1 Billion Views on YouTube with 26 million likes and 14 million comments.
“Dynamite” is BTS’s third music video, to achieve the milestone after “DNA” and “Boy With Luv.” “Dynamite” now becomes fastest Korean Group music video to reach 1 Billion views on YouTube in just 7 months since its was released on 21st August 2021. For a list of its achievements, read this article.
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BTS’ “Dynamite” music video has surpassed 999 million views on YouTube with 26 million likes, 14 million comments and 1.4 million dislikes! “Dynamite” was released on August 21, 2020, its only 7 months old but the song has had an impressive run, winning awards, giving outstanding performances, inspired covers, among other achievements. It is interesting that “Dynamite” was an unplanned song that BTS stumbled upon and wanted to comfort the world during the pandemic. Upon release, “Dynamite” charted in the top 10 in 25 different countries and topped the charts in Hungary, Israel, Lithuania, Malaysia, Scotland, Singapore, and South Korea. The disco pop song broke both YouTube and Guinness World Records, it’s only 7 months old!Continue reading “BTS’ “Dynamite” Has Surpassed 999 Million Views! Before 1 Billion Views, Here’s The Song’s Outstanding 7 Month Achievements So Far”
BTS’ “Dynamite” music video has garnered 26.78 likes to become the 3rd Most Liked Music Video in YouTube’s History
BTS’ “Dynamite” was released on August 21, 2020. On July 26, 2020, the band confirmed during a livestream on V Live that they would be releasing an English-language song on August 21, 2020, as the first single for their upcoming album. EDM and acoustic remixes were released on August 24. Additional tropical and poolside remixes were released on August 28. Four new remixes of the song, “Slow Jam”, “Midnight”, “Retro”, and “Bedroom”, were released simultaneously on September 18. A special “Holiday Remix” version of the single was released on December 11 as a thank you to fans for their support of the song and its achievements.Continue reading “BTS’ “Dynamite” Edged Out “Baby Shark” To Become 3rd Most Liked Music Video in YouTube’s History!”
BTS’ “Dynamite” spends a record-breaking 32 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, surpassing Psy’s “Gangnam Style” released in 2012 to officially become the longest charting song by a Korean act in history!
“Dynamite” debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100 having sold 300,000 units in its first week, including download, vinyl and cassette physical versions. It become BTS’ first number-one single in the US and their fourth top-10 entry. “Dynamite” sold a 182,000 units in its second week, remaining atop the Hot 100 for a second week, “Dynamite” returned to the top spot on the Hot 100 Chart for a third non consecutive week at number-one.Continue reading “BTS’ “Dynamite” Beats “Gangnam Style’s” 8 Year Record On The Billboard Hot 100 Chart History”
BTS’ “Dynamite” maintains its No. 1 position on this week’s Digital Song Sales chart for an 18th week with 37,600 copies sold . As a result the song breaks the all-time record for the most weeks spent at No. 1 on the chart which was previously held by Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito,” featuring Justin Bieber.
“Dynamite” was the best-performing song of September and October 2020 in South Korea, based on digital sales, streaming, and background music (instrumental track) downloads. The song exceeded 250,000 downloads in 2021 and was awarded platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) that February.Continue reading “BTS’ “Dynamite” Breaks “Despacito’s” All-time Record on This Week’s Billboard Digital Song Sales Chart”