There are fans of BTS in India and all over the world. The K-pop band has made everyone go crazy with its amazing songs. BTS announced a ‘Butter’ CD single that would take place in celebration of ARMY’s birthday (the day Fantasy was originally named). The announcement revealed that there will be two versions of the physical release, Peaches and Cream. Also a new track has been included in it. “In addition to the digital single ‘Butter’, which was loved by fans everywhere, the CD will include a new track that will make your heart beat in the rhythm of BTS’s positive energy,” the statement read. More details about the track will be shared by the music label on its official social media handles.
Recently, the band celebrated its 8th anniversary and on this special occasion, hosted a two-day online live-streaming event called BTS 2021 Muster Sowzu. BTS’s new single Butter has received a lot of love from the audience and has broken many records. Not just ARMY but many international celebs have accepted and loved the new all-English single from BTS boys. Butter (Hotter Remix) was also released by the K-pop band. In this new version, she is seen in a suit, but with this new version she looks even better. RM, Suga, J-Hope, Jung Kook, V, Jimin and Jin make goofy faces on camera and in the end their dance moves are like the cherry on the cake. Butter is the group’s second English-language song, after last year’s smash hit Dynamite. He performed his new single Butter at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards.
On 25 May Guinness World Records confirmed that the South Korean brand new single broke the record for most viewers for a video premiered on YouTube with 3.9 million concurrent viewers for its premiere on 21 May 2021. However, it was their song as BTS recorded their own, Dynamite that previously held the record.
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