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BTS’s smash hit in 2022, Dynamite sets a new world record


In the K-pop music business, BTS continues to break records. They have no limits in terms of what they can do. They’ve done it everything, from topping worldwide music charts to selling out goods in minutes.

Since its premiere in 2020, the boy band’s track Dynamite has made YouTube history. The bop is still popular among netizens a year and a half after its premiere because of its brightness and evergreen sound.

Tonight, BTS is in the stars, and they’re sure to bring the K-pop fire to break new ground in the music business. With each passing day, the K-pop behemoths add something new to the table, upping the standard for other foreign acts.

According to data gathered, the group’s music video for their hit tune Dynamite achieved 1.4 billion views on YouTube in record time on February 24, 2022. The song was published on August 21, 2020, and it only took a year and six months for it to reach the incredible milestone.

Dynamite also holds the record for becoming the first K-pop music video to reach 1.4 billion views. BLACKPINK, the world-famous K-pop girl group, set the previous record with their hit DDU-DU-DDU-DU, which they achieved in two years and five months.

With three distinct music videos, BTS is presently the only Korean group to hit the 1.4 billion marks. The group’s songs Boy with Luv, featuring American singer-songwriter Halsey, and DNA also reached the 1.4 billion milestone.

Meanwhile, the trio is gearing up for its Permission To Dance On Stage performance in Seoul, South Korea in 2022, which will mark their comeback to the music world. On March 10, 12, and 13, the lads will return to the stage and perform three live concerts at the Olympic Stadium in Seoul.

BIG HIT MUSIC, the boy group’s management company, used its official Twitter account to notify fans on the highly-anticipated show. The septet will return to their country in two and a half years, as previously said. They last performed in Korea in October 2019 as part of the BTS World Tour Love Yourself: Speak Yourself.


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