Global K-pop Band BTS Breaks Spotify Record with 31.96 Billion Streams

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Exciting news for all BTS fans around the world! The global K-pop band has once again made history, breaking their own Guinness World Record to become the most streamed group on Spotify.

Can you believe it? As of March 3rd, they have an incredible 31.96 billion streams, almost double their previous record from 2021! It's no surprise that their music is so popular as it has the ability to touch people's hearts and inspire positivity and hope.

It's not just their music that's breaking records, though. BTS also updated their record for the most Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards won by a group after winning an impressive seven awards at the ceremony in 2023!

That's an incredible achievement and shows just how much the group is loved by fans all over the world. Not only that, but they have also extended their Guinness World Records for the highest number of followers for a music group on Instagram, Twitter and TikTok. It's clear that they are the kings of social media!

So how did BTS rise to such incredible stardom? Well, it all began in 2013 when they debuted with their single "No More Dream." They quickly gained popularity with their powerful performances and meaningful lyrics, capturing the hearts of millions of fans around the world.

Their dedication and hard work paid off as they continued to release hit after hit, breaking records and making history along the way. Their music touches on important issues such as mental health and self-love, spreading positivity and hope to their fans. They have become a symbol of love and unity, inspiring a whole new generation of music lovers.

Although the group is currently on hiatus as they focus on their solo activities, we cannot wait to see what incredible achievements they will accomplish next. Congratulations to BTS on their amazing accomplishments, and we wish them all the best in their future endeavors!

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