“Dynamite” is exploding on YouTube.

The new music video from BTS tallied 101.1 million perspectives inside 24 hours of its delivery, YouTube affirms to Billboard, making it the music video with the greatest first-day introduction to date.

The visual for “Dynamite,” the new English-language track from the K-pop superstars, dropped with a slam at 12 PM against Aug. 21.

In excess of 3 million simultaneous watchers quickly tuned in at debut time.

BTS first prodded the new single back in July. “We are preparing an album for the second half of this year,” they said at that point, on Korean telecom application V Live, “however chose to initially deliver a solitary since we needed to arrive at our fans as quickly as time permits. Due to COVID-19, individuals around the globe have been experiencing difficult stretches and we needed to impart some positive vitality to our fans.”

“This is ‘Dynamite’ — made of positive vibes, energy, hope, love, the purity, everything,” RM said in later meeting, with Apple Music.

“Recording this song was really fun, and like Jin said, we’re going through difficult times so we tried to have more fun working on this song. We made this song in hopes of giving energy to the listeners. We’re glad this song turned out great and hope a lot of our fans can listen to it to receive the positive energy we tried to incorporate in the song,” he included.

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