Following the release of their mega-hit single “Dynamite”, global superstars BTS has been on a historic record shattering spree.
BTS topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for two weeks in a row, making them the first Korean pop act ever to achieve this feat. The “Dynamite” music video broke the Youtube record for most views in the first 24 hours, garnering 101.1 million views. The single also topped the iTunes charts in 104 countries/regions, and Spotify’s “Global Top 50” chart, first ever for a Korean artist.
They recently performed “Dynamite” for the first time at the MTV Video Music Awards, where they won all four categories they were nominated for: BEST POP, BEST GROUP, BEST K-POP and BEST CHOREOGRAPHY. They have also revealed more “Dynamite” performances as well as interviews for a number of prominent TV shows.
BTS and “Dynamite” sparks have reached India as well. In addition to topping the Spotify India Top 50 chart, “Dynamite” has become a favourite amongst India’s celebrities, influencers, and dance crews alike. Tiger Shroff recently posted a video of himself dancing to “Dynamite” on his social media channels grabbing the attention of his fans as well as ARMY, BTS’ fans.