BTS Breaks iTunes, Spotify & YouTube Records With "Dynamite"
Karen Jane Ng
Ladies and gentleman, keep your eyes on the world's biggest boy group BTS who have broken iTunes and YouTube records yet again!
On its release day, their first official full-English single "Dynamite" already reached 104 No. 1s on iTunes worldwide, making them the fastest artist to do so. The disco track now joins their previously released songs "Black Swan," "Your Eyes Tell", "Moon", and V's "Sweet Night" on the elite list.
"Dynamite" also broke the all-time single day record on Spotify as it surpassed 13 million streams.
#BTS's #Dynamite tops the #WorldwideiTunesSongChart going to #1 in 104+ countries and exploding on YouTube with the Biggest Debut in Music History + The Most views of All Time in 24 hrs (98.29 Million)👊💣🥇🌎🎵📈➕🥇🎥🌎9️⃣8️⃣Ⓜ️👀👑👑👑👑👑👑👑💜 @BTS_twt https://t.co/XeFRB06xIN pic.twitter.com/pcgK61rCPU— World Music Awards (@WORLDMUSICAWARD) August 22, 2020
Meanwhile, its music video now claims the biggest 24-hour debut on YouTube with 98 million views. But 30 minutes right after its first 24 hours passed, it reached 100 million views - the fastest in YouTube history. BTS and ARMYs did it again. Congratulations!
Courtesy: Big Hit Labels
BTS is set to release a remix version of "Dynamite" on August 24 and the B-side music video on the 25th.