BTS’ Save Me becomes band’s eighth music video to hit 400 million YouTube views
BTS music video for Save Me has hit 400 million views, making it the K-Pop band’s eighth music video to hit the milestone.
The landmark figure was hit at June 20 at 1.42am BST, three years, one month, four days, and 11 hours after it was first released on YouTube.
The band has previously had videos for DNA, Fire, Dope, Fake Love, MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix), Blood Sweat & Tears, and IDOL all have over 400 million fans watch the shorts.
BTS recently received two nominations at the Teen Choice Awards after a year in which they well and truly crossed over to worldwide domination.
The band look closer than ever though, especially in the recently dropped family photos the group released for their 2019 Festa celebrations.
The K-Pop band has continued with tradition as they marked the anniversary of their debut as a group with an adorable shoot.
The members, RM, Jin, Jimin, V, Jungkook, Suga and J-Hope, look like one big happy family with the photos ranging from cute, to serious to playful, the boys plainly show how tight their bond is.
There are also some colourful pictures thrown in as the members sit in a bright room with words relating to their recent album Map Of The Soul: Persona scrawled on a blackboard behind them.Home › Entertainment › Music