The music video for ‘Dynamite’ of the group BTS recorded 1.2 billion views.
The number of YouTube views of the ‘Dynamite’ music video exceeded 1.2 billion at 6:21 pm on the 6th of August. As a result, ‘Dynamite’ became the third BTS music video to reach 1.2 billion views, following ‘DNA’ and ‘Boy With Luv (Feat. Halsey)’, which both surpassed 1.3 billion views. That’s an increase of 100 million views per month.
‘Dynamite’, released simultaneously around the world on August 21st last year, is a light disco pop genre song, containing the hopes of BTS to deliver a message of hope to everyone in a difficult time due to COVID-19. It’s a healing song.
‘Dynamite’ recorded the longest charting record for a Korean singer by charting for 32 weeks, including two consecutive weeks on the US Billboard’s ‘Hot 100’ chart (as of September 5) and climbing to the top three times in their career.
‘Dynamite’ also surpassed the cumulative 1 billion streaming on Spotify, the world’s largest music streaming service, on July 20, and BTS is the only Korean artist to record this.