For the third year in a row, South Korean K-pop group BTS has won the title of “Hottest Superstar of the Summer” in the UK. This poll is uncovered by local MTV, and well, ARMYs don’t play games.
See how the top 10 turned out:
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1. BTS – 19.355.242
2. Twenty One Pilots – 623.637
3. Harry Styles – 504,531
4. Taylor Swift – 107.484
5. Little Mix – 104.321
6. Youngblood – 100,469
7. Niall Horan – 70,491
8. Dua Lipa – 58,547
9. Billie Eilish – 42.304
10. Bruno Mars – 40,491
BTS grossed over R$80 million on Youtube alone
It is no news to anyone that BTS is the biggest K-pop group in the world. It’s also no secret that they are millionaires, and the proof is only in their YouTube earnings!
According to South Korea’s Forbes, the BTS YouTube channel is the most profitable K-pop channel on the Google video platform. With 57 million subscribers and 12 billion total views spread across its 1,586 videos, the channel BANGTANTV earned $16.4 million (R$82 million). All this only in 2020.
Check out the top 10:
- BTS – $16.4 million
- Blackpink – US$11.6 million
- NCT Dream – US$1.81 million
- Seventeen – US$1.65 million
- Bambam – US$ 1.45 million
- Mamamoo – 1.45 million US dollars
- EXO – US$ 1.45 million
- Official IU – US$1.34 million
- Espa – US$1.24 million
- Tomorrow x Together Officer – US$981 million
BTS YouTube Shorts . Invites fans to the official “Dance Allowed” challenge
BTS invites all its fans to dance on their new single, “Dance Allowed”. This will be the first worldwide dance challenge from YouTube Shorts.
From next Friday, July 23 to Saturday, August 14, fans of South Korean bands around the world can create a short 15-second video directly from the YouTube app, which reproduces dance moves from the video clip. “Dance Allowed”.
As part of the challenge, BTS will select some of their favorite shorts to make a special video. To participate, simply tag @BANGTANTV and @YouTube in the video with the hashtags #PermissiontoDance and #Shorts. For inspiration, fans can check out some of the latest BTS shorts right here.
“‘Permission to Dance’ gives a message that you don’t need to ask anyone for permission to dance, we hope that we will be able to bring people from all over the world together to dance with us, Without any limits or restrictions. We are very excited to see this challenge come to life on YouTube Shorts and can’t wait to see what you all come up with,” explains Shin Young Jae, President of Bigit Music.
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BTS premiered the official music video for “Dance Allowed” on July 9, receiving more than 170 million views on YouTube so far. Video by. Won fifth place in the list of 10 most viewed clips in first 24 hours on Youtube. The band now holds 50% of the rankings, including the top two spots. “butter” I “Dynamite”.
“Butter” also has the first place in turn off the music Most popular YouTube Music for seven weeks in a row.
Globally, BTS is one of the top five most viewed artists on YouTube this year and over the past 12 months, has garnered over 10 billion views on the platform. With 53 million customers in your official channelHe is the third most subscribed artist on YouTube after Justin Bieber and BLACKPINK.
“BTS are global icons. BTS’ immense contribution to the music world has made them an undeniable force, breaking record after record on YouTube. It is an honor to partner with him, helping to spread joy and build lasting relationships among his fans around the world,” says Lure Cohen, YouTube’s global music director.