Check Out These 6 Music Videos From BTS With 1 Billion Views on YouTube!


From “Idol” to “Dynamite,” Here Are BTS’ Music Videos That Surpassed 1 Billion Views!

BTS is famous as an idol boy group from South Korea with many achievements and also often wins awards from domestic or international. They are not just an ordinary K-pop group, but their success should be appreciated because they have been recognized by many people as a talented group and also musicians with songs that almost everyone can like.

In this article, there’s detailed information about BTS, especially their achievement about breaking the records while surpassing 1 billion views on YouTube. Not many musicians get this kind of achievement, and BTS is a boy group that can get this record in a relatively fast time. Without waiting any longer, let’s find out more about BTS’ music videos that have surpassed 1 billion views in this article below!

“Idol” (2018)


On September 11, 2021, BTS broke the record by getting 1 billion views on YouTube with one of their music videos, “Idol.” This record is the sixth time that BTS has achieved a record of 1 billion views on YouTube after several other music videos have surpassed 1 billion views.

Besides that, BTS’ “Idol” music video is legally designated by YouTube as the most-viewed video in a single day in history. YouTube stated that “Idol” got over 45 million views in its first 24 hours. “In order to verify that music videos have real and accurate views, YouTube may slow down, freeze (the numbers don’t change), or adjust the view rates while discarding low-quality video playback,” YouTube said.

“Fake Love” (2018)


BTS also previously added to their record with the most-viewed music video of up to 1 billion views on YouTube. This time, the music video for “Fake Love,” which was released in 2018, has been successfully watched more than 1 billion times on YouTube. As of September 8, 2021, at 8:40 AM, the music video for “Fake Love” reached 1 billion views.

“Fake Love” reached one billion views in 3 years, 3 months, and 20 days. “Fake Love” became BTS’ fifth music video that managed to get fantastic views on YouTube. Before breaking the record, the “Fake Love” music video had also become a trending topic on YouTube. Just a day after it was uploaded, the music video featuring Jungkook and the other members reached more than 2 million views.

“MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix)” (2017)


Here is another BTS music video that has reached 1 billion views on YouTube! Steve Aoki’s remixed version of “MIC Drop” has officially joined the 1 Billion Club, making it BTS’ fourth music video to achieve this milestone. As of July 26, 2021, at around 20:00 PM, “MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix)” surpassed 1 billion views on YouTube. The music video was released on November 24, 2017, which means the milestone was achieved in three years, eight months, and two days.

Collaborating with DJ Steve Aoki, BTS released the remixed version of the “Mic Drop” music video on November 24, 2017. This remix version is a special gift from RM (Rap Monster) and friends to fans for their support. The remixed version of “Mic Drop” features the members in hip hop-ish makeup in the form of hoodies, loose-fitting t-shirts, and jackets as well as stunning choreography. Steve Aoki also appeared in the music video with his cool action while DJing.

“DNA” (2017)


“DNA” has reached 1.2 billion views on YouTube. “DNA” is the title track for the group’s mini album Love Yourself: Her, and the music video for the song was released on September 18, 2017. The music video reached 1.2 billion views on February 11, 2021, at 3:13 AM. This means that it took the song about three years, four months, and 23 days to achieve the feat. “DNA” became the first Korean boy group music video to reach this milestone.

“DNA” is an EDM pop single that tells the story of love at a young age. The whistling sound and strumming of an acoustic guitar make this song so catchy that it sticks in your mind right away!

They then show a little dance as well as a little melody in this video. Rap Monster looks so funky with full-colored clothes. Throughout the music video, fans are spoiled by the good looks of BTS’ V and friends, which is undeniable. Just blinking will make you lose the moment, and the only way to recapture it is to replay the music video, right?

“Boy With Luv” (2019)


On April 15, 2021, at approximately 9:48 AM, BTS’ music video for “Boy With Luv (Feat. Halsey)” surpassed 1.2 billion views on YouTube. This made it their second music video to achieve this milestone after “DNA.”

BTS released the music video for “Boy With Luv” on April 12, 2019, at 6 PM. This means that it took the song more than two years, two days, and 15 hours to reach the milestone. This achievement broke the previous record set for three years, four months, and 23 days by the “DNA” music video.

In the song, BTS had the famous singer Halsey sing along. Having a fun tone and choreography makes this song very popular with many people. No wonder the music video has successfully broken new history on the YouTube site. Shortly after its release, this song quickly became a hit on social media.

Not only that but this song also managed to score several proud achievements both domestically and internationally. “Boy With Luv” itself is a song that tells about someone who finds happiness through love. This song has a funk-pop genre and is very interesting to listen to.

“Dynamite” (2020)


“Dynamite” is indeed a huge success. The song made the group achieve various achievements and even break records. On April 12, 2021, at approximately 17:46 PM, the music video for “Dynamite” surpassed 1 billion views on YouTube. Released on August 21, 2020, at 13:00 PM, it took about seven months, 22 days, and four hours to reach the huge achievement.

“Dynamite” is described as a summer fun song with lyrics in English. It is a bright and energetic disco-pop song with composition and lyrics by David Stewart and Jessica Agombar. The song explores themes of happiness, self-confidence, and the value of life. Before breaking the record of 1 billion views, “Dynamite” was also recorded as the fastest music video to surpass 10 million views on YouTube after 1 hour of release.