This music video broke YouTube’s record, 100 million views in 24 hours

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Prior to BTS, the record was titled Korean pop band Blackpink, whose How You Like music video was the most viewed on Youtube.

Korean pop band BTS has set YouTube on fire with their latest track. Recently BTS’s latest dance number Dynamite has been released, which became the most watched video on YouTube within 24 hours of its release. Let me tell you, earlier this record was named after the Korean pop band Blackpink, whose How You Like music video was the most viewed. ‘Dynamite’ not only recorded 100 million views on YouTube, but the song has also recorded the most watched YouTube premiere.

The premiere of Dynamite Music Video was held on August 21, with the video becoming top-trending on YouTube within 12 hours. At the same time, the number of views of this video had crossed 98.3 million within 24 hours. However, YouTube later confirmed that the video’s official view count was 101.1 million.

As we mentioned ‘Dynamite’ also holds the record for the most viewed YouTube premiere, the premiere was watched live by more than three million people.

The record for the most viewed video within 24 hours was earlier titled Black How You Like That by Blackpink, which was released in June. The video track was viewed by 86.3 million people within 24 hours. It became the fastest YouTube video to surpass the 100 million mark in YouTube’s history in 1.5 days. In comparison, BTS’s April release Boy with Luv crossed the figure in 1.6 days. However, with the latest release, BTS has proved its popularity on YouTube.

Significantly, Big Hit Labels shared a 28-second teaser video on its official YouTube channel on August 18 to create excitement among people about the Dynamite song. Till now, this teaser has received 61 million views. At the same time, Big Hit Labels started a live countdown on August 20, half an hour before the official launch of Dynamite Song, the music video was released at 12am EST (9.30 am Indian time). Dynamite songs have so far received 174 million views on YouTube. At the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards, BTS will be seen performing the dance number for the first time on TV, which will be on-air on August 30.

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