Friday, October 15, 2021

What is it like in BTS Butter Teaser, which got 1 million likes in one hour?

While the South Korean band ‘Banton Boys’ i.e. BTS is discussing the release of their new song BTS Butter, the teaser of this song has received more than 1 million likes on YouTube in one hour. It is understood that this billboard is going to create a new panic in the Hot 100.

1.6 million likes an hour for teasers
K-pop band BTS Shanvir is set to release the new song on May 21st. After ‘Dynamite’, ‘BTS Butter’ is the band’s second English single. The 23-second teaser of the song was released on YouTube, with all 7 members of the band on Black and White. This music video is given an 80’s feel. The special thing is that the teaser of BTS Butter got 1.6 million likes and 1.2 million views in just one hour.

Fans got a glimpse of the band ‘Queen’ in the teaser
In the video, the band’s musician Jung Cook announces, ‘Drink it / Roll it’ and a pancake is seen pouring butter. It is interesting that the fans are very enthusiastic about this song. The song is being tweeted and posted on social media to discuss before the teaser is released. Some have even linked it to the famous 80’s ‘Queen’ band’s hit ‘Another Bine the Dust’.

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Michael Jackson and ‘Dynamite’
In 2020, BTS released their first English song ‘Dynamite’. Fans themselves said that while ‘Dynamite’ agreed with pop king Michael Jackson, ‘Butter’ could pay homage to Rock Legends-Queen.

Live performance at the May 23 Billboard Music Awards
On Twitter, BTS itself is promoting the song and sharing pictures related to it. The band has already announced that their Butter song will be shown on TV on May 23 at the ‘Billboard Music Awards’. The group will connect and perform at the event via live stream from Korea.


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