This K-pop group is gaining millions of streams on music platforms like Spotify. They also gain billions of views for their music videos, which are broadcast on YouTube by HYBE Corporation. From “Dynamite” to “Boy With Luv,” here are some of BTS’s most popular videos on the platform.
BTS ‘2019 clip with Halsey, “ Boy With Luv’ ‘has over 1.2 billion views on YouTube
This music video was bursting with color, making it the perfect addition to the Soul Map: Persona era for BTS. Additionally, this song was the K-pop group’s first collaboration with Halsey.
The artist appeared in the official music video for the song, dancing alongside RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook. Since its release, the “Boy With Luv” music video has been viewed over a billion times on YouTube.
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BTS ‘2017 version’ DNA ‘has over 1.2 billion views
This clip, originally released in 2017, features some of BTS’s iconic dance moves along with bright colors and fun outfits. “DNA” appears as the second track of their fifth mini-album, Do you like: her. It was produced, in part, by some members of BTS, including rappers Suga and RM.
As the K-pop group’s most popular music video, “DNA” currently has over 1.2 billion views on the video platform. This song is also one of BTS’s most popular tracks from Love yourself: answer, with more than 100 million plays on the streaming platform, Spotify.
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BTS ‘top single’ Dynamite ‘has over 1 billion views on YouTube
They shed light on musical classifications like “Dynamite”. BTS released this single in August 2020, later adding it to their album, Be (Deluxe edition), also released in 2020. This song broke records for several reasons.
“Dynamite” was BTS’s first all-English single. It was also their first song to earn a Grammy nomination, with the group later performing “Dynamite” at the awards ceremony. This single also broke streaming records for the K-pop group.
“We can confirm that BTS’s official MV (Official 소년단) ‘Dynamite’ set a new all-time high, surpassing 100 million views with 101.1 million views in the first 24 hours,” said a YouTube spokesperson in an email to Variety.
The music video for “MIC Drop” reached just under a billion views on YouTube, as the group’s fourth most popular video on the platform. This is also one of the songs the boy group performed on. Saturday Night Live.
Two of this group’s most recent music videos include those for “Life Goes On” and “Butter”. “Butter” also broke the group’s previous record for views in 24 hours. “
BTS’s “Life Goes On” music video is now available to stream on YouTube. The K-pop group’s luxury album, titled To be, is available on Spotify, Apple Music and most major streaming platforms.