Jimin-focused Life Goes On stage cam slams as the fastest to reach 2 million views on YouTube.
On BANGTANTV, the septet’s official YouTube channel, BTS shared videos in the form of a stage cam for its Life Goes On performance.
The footage was during the band’s 2020 American Music Awards (AMAs) performance, focusing on each member.
It started with member Jin, followed by Jhope, next was Jungkook, then Suga, V, RM, and Jimin.
Each video gave each member a closer look while doing their debut performance with their latest hit, Life Goes On, from the newest album, BE.
The captivating charms of Jimin
BTS Jimin caught so much attention with his angelic-charming visuals and vocals during the performance. He effortlessly captured the viewers’ eyes and ears, most specifically their attention, with his captivating charms.
His eyes and adorable mannerisms while on stage somehow gave him an impressive performance.
As a result, the Jimin-focused video is the first to reach 500,000 views on YouTube in just one hour and 19 minutes.
Meanwhile, the next video to hit 500,000 views took two hours and 20 minutes to achieve the digits.
Furthermore, the Jimin-focused stage cam reached two million views on YouTube. It is now the fastest to get the views’ figures among the BTS members in just 20 hours.
The feat leaves an impressive outcome that his video hit the most significant number of views.
It achieved the fastest time despite being the last video uploaded. With this, BTS Jimin confirmed again that he is the “King of K-Pop” and the “Social Media King.”
Moreover, BTS also shared its individual member’s stage cams during their Dynamite performance in the 2020 AMAs.
Jimin’s unwavering records
In other news, Jimin’s solo song Filter placed number 7 on the Billboard World Digital Song Sales. The song is now the longest-charting Korean solo this year, which already spent 37 weeks on the chart.
Filter continued its fame specifically in the United States despite the release of new songs from the latest albums.
Lastly, BTS has finally earned its first Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, declared on November 25 KST.
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