BTS Sets Another Huge Guinness World Record with ‘Dynamite’ Music Video

The South Korean septet BTS has just achieved another Guinness World Record for their "Dynamite" music video.

The energetic and colorful music video, released in August 2020, now holds a world record for the "most simultaneous viewers for a music video on YouTube Premieres." The video set the mark last year when more than three million viewers were recorded watching "Dynamite" at the same time.

Guiness confirmed "Dynamite" also set records for "most viewed Youtube video in 24 hours," "most viewed Youtube music video in 24 hours," and "most viewed Youtube video in 24 hours by a K-Pop group." The Guinness folks also said, "they may have a nice spread in the upcoming book, so look out for that."

The news comes after BTS’s recent historic performance at the 2021 Grammy Awards, where the group beamed in from Seoul, South Korea to perform "Dynamite" live. The performance made BTS the first South Korean act to ever perform one of their own songs at the Grammys.

If you haven’t already, check out the "Dynamite" music video below.

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Article Image: BTS at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards. (Jean_Nelson via DepositPhotos.)



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