BTS Fans React to 'Dynamite' Being the Band's First Number 1 Song

The past 24 hours has been very good to BTS

August 31, 2020

BTS can add one more accomplishment to its lengthy list of achievements the group has attained.

The K-Pop superstars hit another milestone in their vaunted career by earning their first number one debut on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

“Dynamite,” which is the group’s first song performed entirely in English debuted at the top spot dethroning Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP” after a two week run. The song makes BTS the first all-South Korean group to top the charts.

Immediately, ARMY took to social media to congratulate BTS on their latest achievement.

When “Dynamite” was released, it shattered the YouTube record for most video views in the first 24 hours with over 101.1 million. The previous record holders were fellow K-Pop phenoms BLACKPINK, who reached 86.3 million views in 24 hours with their single “How You Like That.”

As of writing, “Dynamite” has over 263 million views.

BTS also knocked another first off their list when they performed “Dynamite” at the VMAs.

Their first ever live performance of “Dynamite” was a smashing success as the group mixed slick choreography with up-tempo vocals to deliver one of the finest performances of the evening.

Between their new number one, first ever MTV VMAs performance, first ever “Dynamite” performance, and record breaking YouTube record, BTS fans are feeling pretty good.

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