The world’s biggest K-pop group BTS have broken the internet again.
The boy band revealed their new song “Dynamite” today, and As expected The song‘s MV took less than eight hours for BTS to rack up more than 45 million views for its first English language single on YouTube.
The disco-lite song comes six months after their fourth successful studio album, “Map of the Soul: 7,” was released.
The song’s music video keeps things light with colorful and bright scenes with a summer vibe featuring the seven members with retro concept props, hairstyles, and attire.
RM, the band’s leader explained the song’s intention. In a recent interview with USA TODAY this morning.
RM said: “The goal of ‘Dynamite’ is really simple… to explore the world with positive vibes and energy,” he added: “We’ve been through all the sadness and desperation but with this song [Dynamite] and performance we just hope the world gets more positive and be happy.”
The Bangtan Sonyeondan ARMY never ceases to amaze us, With three million concurrent watchers, according to YouTube’s live counter, BTS boys are on track to beat the record set by fellow K-pop group, Black Pink, who drew a record-breaking 1.65 million concurrent viewers for the release of their single “How You Like That” earlier this year.
The new “Dynamite” also is pacing to become the most-viewed video ever in the first 24 hours on YouTube, and we are pretty sure that BTS ARMY can do it.
The TV performance debut of the song will take place at the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards, scheduled to air Aug. 30 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. And already we are excited to see their great performance.