BTS, the legendary K-pop group, have surpassed their own Spotify streaming record of 31 billion streams, making them the world’s most popular group. For the second time in a row, they have broken the record for the most streamed male group.
As of March 3, 2023, their music had been streamed a staggering 31,960,000,000 times, nearly double the 16.3 billion times they had previously set the record.
BTS’s most streamed song on Spotify is “Dynamite,” followed by “Butter” with 1.08 billion streams and “Boy with Luv” feat. BLACKPINK, who are the most popular female K-pop group on the platform with 8,880,030,049 individual streams. At 1.01 billion streams, Halsey
Coldplay, Imagine Dragons, Maroon 5, and Queen round out the top five male bands.
Beyond Spotify, BTS have likewise broadened their record for the most Nickelodeon Children’s Decision Grants dirigibles won by a music bunch with seven.
For the fourth year in a row, BTS won the award for Favorite Music Group at the show in Los Angeles, California.
The award has only been given out four times in a row to one group. The award had previously gone to Fifth Harmony and One Direction for three years in a row.
They have also won Favourite Global Music Star in 2018, Favourite Song in 2021 for “Dynamite,” and these four awards in a row.
These two most recent records are only a couple of in a long queue of honors for the famous septuplet.
They were given the following in 2023:
They already hold records for the most watched music video on YouTube in a single day, the most streamed song on Spotify in a single day, and becoming the first K-pop act to reach No. 1 on the US albums chart. They also have the most followers on TikTok for a music group.
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