BTS (Courtesy: Twitter/ @BTS_twt) Photograph:( Twitter )
South Korean boy band BTS should change its name and keep it to the record-breaking band as they continue to woo its audience and break records simultaneously.
The most recent being BTS’ new song ‘Idol’ becoming the biggest YouTube 24-hour debut of all time. With beat thumping music, the song has even started a new dance challenge after Drake’s ‘In My Feelings’ challenge usurped the attention of millions around the world.
BTS has now given a new BTS video on August 29 in celebration of their single ‘Idol’ with members Jimin, Jungkook and J-Hope.
The band broke several records this year with their historic ‘Love Yourself’ series. So much so that other popular artists have taken to Twitter to congratulate BTS, show their support and love.
Here are some of the most loved responses:
Super proud of @BTS_twt I told my label about them a while ago it’s a pleasure to release the same time great music boys well done ??— Liam (@LiamPayne) August 24, 2018
BTS creative direction is ridiculous... maybe the best i’ve ever seen— bazzi (@bazzi) August 26, 2018
Some users were amazed when they saw Ed Sheeran giving a shoutout to BTS:
I’M SEEING THIS RIGHT? DID ED SHEERAN JUST GAVE A SHOUT OUT TO BTS????? pic.twitter.com/hGyjrBh8Qp— silvia (@dearillegirl) August 24, 2018
Nicki Minaj also congratulated them:
Khalid also wrote:
To which BTS replied with: