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Butter by BTS breaks the bands own 24hr YouTube Record

Who else could break a record set by BTS? 

The Korean supergroup broke their own record Friday for most YouTube sees in the initial 24-hours of delivery with their new English-language single “Spread,” hitting around 113 million perspectives by 12 PM ET, as per the stage’s public perspectives counter. 

BTS had established the past standard with their 2020 single “Explosive,” their first completely in English. That video piled up 101.1 million in its initial 24 hours, as indicated by true YouTube figures, however, its public perspectives counter stamped 98.3 million. 

BTS’ summer dance-pop jam “Margarine” was delivered on YouTube on Thursday, May 21, at 12AM ET/1 PM KST, and has been moved towards new statures by the gathering’s dedicated fans, ARMY. 

The melody set another record-breaking record for the greatest YouTube music video debut with more than 3.9 million simultaneous watchers and hit No. 1 on the U.S. iTunes graph inside only two hours of its presentation. 

By 1 AM ET Saturday, the video had been transferred in excess of 116 million times. 

BTS has held various records for 24-hour sees previously, for example, for “Kid With Luv” including Halsey in April 2019, which hit 74.6 million perspectives in its first day. 

The band affirmed Friday at a Seoul public interview that their first exhibition of “Margarine” will be at the impending Billboard Music Awards Sunday, May 23. They have gotten four selections — their most in a solitary year — at the honors this year in the accompanying classes: Top Duo/Group, Top Social Artist (for the fifth year straight), Top Song Sales Artist, and Top Selling Song (for “Explosive”). 

Discussing the looming show, Suga conceded Friday that “for each tune, the primary exhibition consistently makes you restless.” 

“The Billboard Awards are obviously an exceptionally huge, significant, and significant stage for us,” he said. 

Jungkook clarified that the occasion will be a vital one for the band. 

“The way that we were named in four classes isn’t simple, obviously. It’s an amazing privilege,” he said. “It’s been a year since ‘Explosive’ was delivered, and I think this shows that the tune is as yet being cherished by many individuals, and that makes us truly glad.”


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