BTS is the first to rack up 100 million YouTube views in 24 hours

Like with Blackpink’s accomplishment, this should stand for actual, organic and natural sights. YouTube stopped counting paid out ad sights toward 24-hour tallies in September 2019, decreasing the chances that labels will artificially inflate figures.

This possibly won’t close the quest for brief-term YouTube domination. Labels like to brag about 24-hour watch counts, and there will probably be much more strategies to drum up buzz for a new songs video. However, the accomplishment does demonstrate that YouTube nevertheless has a great deal of home to mature — even if it is minimal to South Korean megastars.

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