BTS Smashes 400 Million YouTube Views With “Not Today” Music Video

There’s simply no stopping BTS in raking amazing records in the music scene!

Worldwide K-Pop sensation BTS has achieved a new milestone on the YouTube platform with their 2017 track “Not Today”.

In the evening of May 9, the septet’s music video for “Not Today” has officially reached the 400-million mark on YouTube.

10th MV with 500 Million Views

Back on February 19, 2017, RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook released the track off their second special album You Never Walk Alone. Meaning, they were able to obtain the impressive massive count in around three years, two months, and two weeks after its release.

In addition, BTS’ “Not Today” has now become the K-Pop boy group’s 10th music video to smash the impressive 500-million count. Other tracks of the septet that likewise achieved the feat included “DNA”, “FIRE”, “Fake Love”, “Boy With Luv”, “MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix)”, “Dope”, “Blood Sweat & Tears”, “IDOL”, and “Save Me”.

A Nearing Japanese Comeback

Meanwhile, in related news, the group recently delighted fans with the announcement of their upcoming Japanese album. Titled Map Of The Soul: 7 ~ The Journey ~, the boys are scheduled to release the highly-anticipated album on July 15.

Celebrate BTS’ latest YouTube feat by watching their heart stomping music video for “Not Today”:

Source: Xports News | YouTube

Photo Credits: Big Hit Entertainment

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