The most famous K-pop group in the world - BTS - showed some support for their fans with their latest release, named "Dynamite". The song with funky vibes and a bright MV was made with the aim of helping people lift their spirits, especially music lovers who cannot attend the concerts of their favourite singers because of Covid-19.
This is the first worldwide release since the band's fourth full-length album "Map of the Soul: 7", released in February. The music video for the song immediately surpassed 10 million views on YouTube within approximately 25 minutes after release.
The previous record was held by Bangtan Boys as well, as their music video for the song "On" reached 10 million views 65 minutes after release.
BTS will be performing the song "Dynamite" for the first time at the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards (VMA) on 30 August. It will be the first performance ever for the band at the VMAs, for which they have been nominated in three categories — Best Pop, Best Choreography and Best K-pop.
Fans are so overwhelmed with joy that their favs made an English release, that they keep trending related hashtags #DynamiteToday and #BTSDynamite in the top spots worldwide.