BTS MV ‘I Need U’ Reached 100 Million Views, 10th MV to Dominate the Internet
Another BTS masterpiece hit a milestone last November 20 as "I Need U" music video reached 100 million views. Released in April 2015, this is the 10th music video of BTS to gain 100 million views.
The Bangtan Boys continue to reign the internet as a total of 10 music videos of the group were viewed 100 million times on YouTube, Soompi reports. The idol group continues to dominate the television screens, mobile screens via social media, and radio programs in and out of Korea.
The ten remarkable music videos defined by hitting 100 million views are "Dope," "Fire," "Blood, Sweat & Tears," "Boy in Luv," "Save Me," "Danger," "Spring Day," "DNA," and "I Need U." The relentless support of their fans, the ARMY, continue to bring BTS to the top.
"I Need U" is the title track of BTS' mini album, "The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Part 1." According to Soompi, this is also the first track to earn the boys a music show win. The sentimental and dramatic music video is characterized by its head-banging beat and notable rapping skills by the boys.
The music video of "I Need U" reached 100 million views on the YouTube channel of 1theK. You may review and reminisce 2015 with BTS' "I Need U" video below:
BTS continues to conquer every social media sites and blowing up local search engines. This month, the boys crossed the 10 million followers mark on Twitter, making them the first South Korean act to attain this kind of success in social media.
The Bangtan boys are also breaking boundaries in the United States with numerous television and radio program appearances such as "The Late Late Show with James Corden", "Jimmy Kimmel Live!", "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", "2017 American Music Award", "On Air with Ryan Seacrest", and more. The boys' talent and charm continue to win the crowd at a whole new level.