At Sunday's Billboard Music Awards, BTS tied One Direction's record for the most Top Duo/ Group wins. Of course, we're feeling torn but thankfully, a tie means we won't have to pick sides. Last night, BTS took home another Top Duo/ Group award, making it their third. The group also won the award in 2019 and 2021.
BTS Almost Broke One Direction's Record on Billboard Charts with New Number One Record.
While both groups have sizable Instagram followings, BTS's 28.3 million followers outrank One Direction's 21 million followers giving the K-pop group bragging rights!
The record titles broken by "Butter" are as follows: Most streamed track on Spotify in the first 24 hours (11,042,335 streams on the day of its release) Most viewers for the premiere of a music video on YouTube (3,900,000 views) Most viewers for the premiere of a video on YouTube (3,900,000 views)
1 on the Billboard Hot 100. This made the single BTS' sixth No. 1 on the chart, and the septet became the first act to have six No. 1 songs on the Hot 100 in the quickest amount of time since The Beatles.
BTS has officially ruled the month of June in the music world, with the group's latest hit, Butter, topping the Billboard Hot 100 chart for five weeks in a row now—setting a new record for the longest streak ever held for a No. 1 debut by a group.
Thanks to the loyal ARMY and pop fans worldwide, the boy band collected three new social media records in the last month, according to Guinness World Records' official website. BTS now boasts the record for most followers on Instagram for a music group.
BTS' worldwide number of fans of millions of adoring fans, dubbed ARMY (Adorable Representative MC for Youth), is strong enough to make significant waves — and help members break music business benchmarks. Yes, the answer is BTS, they have the most powerful fandom in the world in 2020.
K-Pop group BTS has becomes the first group to hit the number 1 spot on the Billboard 200 with five consecutive albums. Before them, it was The Beatles who achieved this feat. The K-Pop group BTS has become the first group to hit the number 1 spot on Billboard 200 Chart since The Beatles.
BTS, aka the Bangtan Boys have been catching some fire right now. And no, that isn't record selling lingo. Apparently their newest release, “Permission to Dance”, sounds a lot similar to a few of One Direction's earlier music.
BTS: V named Most Handsome Man of 2020; Taehyung BEATS Zayn Malik, Robert Pattinson, Hrithik Roshan...
BTS is currently the most successful boyband in the world. The Seoul-based pop sensation last year became the first Korean artist to take the No. 1 spot on the Hot 100, a feat it repeated this year with “Butter” in May and three-peated with “Permission to Dance” in July.
South Korean boy band, BTS, has achieved global success: two consecutive #1 albums on the Billboard charts, a sold-out world tour, and a historic stadium show at Citi Field, with over 40,000 fans in attendance. With the help of their fan base, ARMY, the K-pop group has the world's most powerful fandom.
In terms of their music, Styles and Malik couldn't be farther apart. In terms of success, they're comparable. However, only one of the two singers can be more successful than the other.
2. Harry Potter Fandom – Potterheads. The Harry Potter fanbase is the world's second-biggest fan base, and the success of the Harry Potter novels and films has everything to do with it. It is a group of people that share a love of Harry Potter novels and films.
BTS Army is one fandom that knows how to make a name for themselves! So in honor of the talent that is BTS, and of course the dedicated fans that have backed them up every step of the way.
Another year, another set of world records broken by BTS. The global superstars have broken a total of 13 Guinness World Records in this year alone, racking up their total to 25 records spanning across music, social media, entertainment and cultural categories.
BTS vocalist Jimin has earned the title in the AllKPOP poll for the previous two years. He was dubbed 'King of Kpop' after receiving a staggering 12,568,794 votes.
Most weeks for a K-pop group on the Billboard Hot 100
BTS broke another record previously held by Psy's “Gangnam Style” with the release of their 2020 single “Dynamite.” The track spent a total of 32 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart until April 2021 and spent three weeks in the No. 1 position.
BTS: Billboard's No. 6 Greatest Pop Star of 2021 – Billboard.
The best-selling album in South Korea as of 2022 is Map of the Soul: 7, by South Korean boy band BTS. The studio album, released in February 2020, became the best-selling album in South Korea of all time, with over 4.1 million copies sold in less than a month.
The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights" is now the Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 song of all time. The 2019 track passed Chubby Checker's "The Twist" on Billboard's Greatest Songs of All Time list after 90 weeks on the charts, the publication announced last night.