BTS unofficially breaks their own record; "Butter" surpasses 24-hour YouTube debut record of "Dynamite"

BTS unofficially breaks their own record; "Butter" surpasses 24-hour YouTube debut record of "Dynamite"

- BTS just released their new single "Butter" which premiered on YouTube on May 21, 2021

- Their music video was streamed more than 112 million times just 24 hours after its release

- BTS's organized and ever-loyal fandom, ARMY has made it their goal to surpass the 24-hour YouTube debut of BTS's smash hit "Dynamite" which has the highest record until "Butter" was released

- YouTube has yet to release the official number of views as they do not count low-quality streams as part of the official number of views

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BTS has done it once again. After their phenomenal hit, "Dynamite", broke record after record, it comes as no surprise that their new single, "Butter" would do just as well if not better.

The septet, composed of members, RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook, have become a worldwide sensation as their massive fandom ARMY continues to support the K-pop giant.

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Officially, "Dynamite" which garnered 101.1 million views 24 hours after it debuted in 2020, remains the highest 24-hour debut record to date. Their newest single "Butter" has unofficially toppled that record after it was streamed more than 112 million times 24 hours after its release on YouTube.

BTS unofficially breaks their own record; "Butter" surpasses 24-hour YouTube debut record of "Dynamite"
BTS poses for the camera during MTV Unplugged. Photo from BTS (@bts_bighit)
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YouTube is known for deducting views from the official count, with some videos losing millions of views due to low-quality streams. YouTube has yet to make an announcement regarding the official 24-hour debut record of "Butter".

For now, ARMYs are celebrating their idols for having another record-breaking title that BTS can add to their ever-growing achievements.

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BTS (Bangtan Sonyeondan), also known as the Bangtan Boys, is a seven-member South Korean boy band that began formation in 2010 and debuted in 2013 under Big Hit Entertainment. The septet is composed of RM (Kim Nam-joon), Jin (Kim Seok-jin), Suga (Min Yoon-gi), J-Hope (Jung Ho-seok), Jimin (Park Jimin), V (Kim Tae-hyung), and Jungkook (Jeon Jung-kook).

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BTS is also the newest celebrity to collaborate with fast-food giant, McDonald's. The fast-food company has just announced on Twitter that BTS meal will soon be a part of its menu for a limited time. The mighty fandom of BTS, ARMY, just made McDonald's trend on Twitter following its announcement.

KAMI previously reported that BTS was nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance along with big names like Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and Dua Lipa. The hashtags #SetTheNightAlightBTS, #BTSOurGreatestPrize and #LightItUpBTS have been trending on Twitter worldwide after BTS Army took to social media to express that win or lose, they will always support BTS.

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