The popular K-pop band BTS, which is also known as Bangtan Boys, has become one of biggest musical groups across the globe. While their song like Dynamite, On, Save Me and others have turned out be chartbusters on the international playlist, we have come across the one more source of income of the Korean band, which blew our mind. While we know that the band earns million through their songs and tours across the world, the band members also make money through music streaming platforms and one of them is Spotify.
The most loved band BTS, which is comprised of seven members, named V, J-Hope, RM, Jin, Jimin, Jungkook and Suga, has over 31.4 million monthly listeners and 12 billion total plays on Spotify. It has got over 234 million streams for their latest single. As per Koreaboo, BTS has got over $23 million in royalties between 2019 and 2020 from Spotify and are the highest-paid K-pop boy group on the streaming platform followed by Exo, Seventeen and Bigbang.
In 2020, BTS' Dynamite received over 7,778,950 streams within a day and set the record for the biggest Spotify debut. A few days, back BTS' member Jimin set a new record by becoming the first Korean soloist to have three songs cross 130 million streams on Spotify with LIE, SERENDIPITY and FILTER. Well, it clearly looks that the band is here for the world domination and will shatter several records in the upcoming days with their great tunes, compositions and performances. So, are you excited for their next song? Tweet and let us know @bollywood_life.
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