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Wednesday, September 2, 2020

TikTok records 100 million views in two days for #BTS_Dynamite hashtag, now it’s over 484 million views



TikTok, the world's leading destination for short-form mobile video with a mission to inspire creativity and bring joy, released global superstars BTS’ much-anticipated full-English track “Dynamite” to fans in the Philippnes on 21 August, 2020. The launch of the #BTS_Dynamite hashtag garnered the interest of millions.

In just a little more than two days, BTS recorded 100 million views and counting. Now, it is over 484 million views (September 1). This viewership smashes their previous record for their hit song “ON” which garnered 100 million views in almost three days. BTS fans in the Philippines will now be able to enjoy the new song “Dynamite” on all BTS’ official channels. BTS officially joined TikTok on September 25, 2019, and soon claimed the world record for fastest time to reach one million followers, achieving a record time of 3 hours and 31 minutes. 

At the 62nd GRAMMY Awards on January 26, BTS became the first Korean act to perform on stage.


BTS TikTok account: Click here


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6 comments:

  1. Bts army ๐Ÿ˜ congrats daming views ang galing nman kasi tlga kaya ang saya saya ng mga army fans

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  2. Mga bata ngayon bts lover na kahit mga pamangkin ko bts ang gustong ipabili saken hehehe.

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  3. Fan ng bts ang kapati ko grabi fave nya tong mga to at nakakatuwa dahil madami naiinspired sa bts group

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  4. Wow i love BTS marami cla napapasaya specially yung mga top fan nla...

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  5. BTS fans almost lahat ng tao dito sa amin hehe lalo na pag natugtog na mga kanta nila saulo na ang sayaw pati kanta

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