BTS’ Butter creates new record of fastest music video to cross 200 million views on YouTube


There is no stopping BTS. Their new single Butter is creating new records every now and then. Now, it has become the fastest music video to cross 200 million views on YouTube. They achieved this in just 4 days and one hour after its release. They broke their own record of Dynamite, which took four days and 12 hours. Also Read – Friends Reunion: Lisa Kudrow aka Phoebe Buffay REVEALS her experience of sharing the stage with biggies like BTS, David Beckham and others

Butter is the second BTS song after Dynamite to be performed entirely in English. Also Read – BTS’ V reveals he’s been working out a lot lately; here’s how the members REACTED!

The choreography is a combination of group and unit dances, with highlight gestures such as stroking of hair, blowing kisses and walking on tiptoes.
The seven-member band BTS, which released megahits Dynamite and ON in 2020, was the most streamed Korean artiste and global group last year. The music video for Dynamite, the historic BTS song that topped the Billboard’s main singles chart last year, had earned 800 million YouTube views in January this year. The feat came just a month after it earned 700 million views. Also Read – Believe it or not, a BTS fan’s Suga doll gets stolen by a seagull – deets inside

The band had recently unveiled the logo of their new single, Butter. It was not just a normal unveil. They had an hour-long video and it showed an animated butter melting. You can hear kitchen noises in the video. The video has got a whopping 17.2 million views so far on YouTube.

BTS’ most-watched music video is DNA with 1.1 billion views, followed by Boy With Luv (Feat. Halsey) and Fake Love. We’ll have to see whether Butter is able to enter the top 5 most-watched songs of BTS. The band owns 28 music videos that have been watched at least 100 million times, according to Big Hit.

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