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BTS Break Three Guinness World Records With “Dynamite”


The Korean boy band BTS is unstoppable. The BTS released the upbeat smash-hit “Dynamite” on 21 August 2020. The track broke charts around the world and ranked top, but that wasn’t the end.

BTS Dynamite broke multiple Guinness World Records; the most viewed YouTube video in 24 hours, most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours by a K-pop group, and most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours. Dynamite currently has 1 billion views. Insane!

The video debuted on 21 August 2020, and in less than one year, Dynamite has lit up like crazy.

Not only did the BTS create the three records, but BTS’s Dynamite had also been nominated in the Grammy for staying at number 1 on the Digital Song Sales Chart for weeks and as the only K-pop track to have spent maximum time on the US Hot 100. The track spent 18 weeks at the top of Billboard’s Digital Song Sales Chart.

Previously. BLACKPINK, a K-Pop group, held the record with their song “How You Like That,” which came out last June. The South Korean musical act has made history repeatedly.

The Guinness World Record organizations ensure to point out the achievements the BTS boys have worked hard for. Moreover, BTS’s “Film Out,” their latest release, may break records as Dynamite have.

BTS claims 20 different Guinness World records with their latest wins if that is not impressive enough. These chart achievements were announced days ago, but now BTS claims two new Guinness World Records because of them, making them feel even more concrete and helps fill their trophy shelves a bit more.

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