South Korean Boy band BTS recently released their new single ‘Butter‘, which is now ‘travelling’ all over on the web.
As if that is all, the single has broken the record for the most viewers for the debut of the video on YouTube with 3.9 million simultaneous viewers for its debut on 21 May 2021.
Then again, it has also broken the record for the most views for the debut of a music video on YouTube. The record was affirmed by YouTube on May 24.
The official music video of ‘Butter‘, presently has more than 187 million views as of now.
BTS recently held this record with their single “Dynamite”, which had 3 million simultaneous pinnacle views.
24 hours after its release, “Butter” additionally broke the record for the most watched YouTube music video in 24 hours with 108,200,000 views, also breaking the record for the most watched YouTube music video in 24 hours by any K-pop group.
After the single dropped on Spotify it accumulated 11,042,335 worldwide streams in only one day, breaking the record for the most streamed track on Spotify in the initial 24 hours.
The track beat Ed Sheeran (UK) and Justin Bieber’s (USA) track “I Don’t Care” by 64,946 streams.
Starting at 27 April 2021, the music of BTS had been streamed 16.3 multiple times on Spotify, breaking the record for the most streamed follow up on Spotify.
Additionally, BTS’ singles “Dynamite” (829.7 m) and “Boy with Luv” (642.6 m) are their most streamed tracks.
English band Coldplay recently held this record with 16.1 billion streams as at 27 April 2021, but are currently the second most streamed group after BTS.
These most recent honors brings BTS’ number of records up to a staggering 23 – making them quite possibly the best music groups in Guinness World Records history, alongside other chart clinchers like Ariana Grande, Mariah Carey, Madonna, and The Beatles.