BTS’ Fake Love becomes the K-Pop band’s fifth music video to achieve THIS MAJOR milestone
According to Bollywood Life Fake Love was released as the title track of BTS’ album, Love Yourself: Tear, on 18th May 2018, taking 3 years, 3 months and 20 days to reach the milestone in question
It looks like there’s no stopping the feathers that BTS keeps adding to their cap. The band, comprised of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook, have again achieved a major milestone, with another music video of theirs, Fake Love, joining the ‘one billion club’ on video-streaming service, YouTube. With this, the K-Pop band now has five video in YouTube’s ‘one billion club’, with the others being DNA, Boy with Love (featuring Halsey), Dynamite and Mic Drop (the Steve Aoki remix). As we said before, the accolades keep piling for BTS, and it’s safe to assume that more music videos of the group are destined to enter the aforementioned coveted club on YouTube.
Fake Love was released as the title track of BTS‘ album, Love Yourself: Tear, on 18th May 2018, taking 3 years, 3 months and 20 days to reach the milestone, having clocked one billion views on Wednesday, 8th September at around 5:10 p.m. IST. The new achievement for the band comes quick on the heels of their other global superhit song, Butter, being declared the ‘Song of the Summer 2021’ by Billboard, having played at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 Chart for 14 straight weeks. Fake Love itself had earlier held the numero uno position on the Billboard Top 200 Chart for 15 consecutive weeks, making BTS the first Korean Band to achieve the honour.