BTS Jungkook's self-composed song 'My You' surpassed 10 million views on YouTube, boasting a streak of popularity.
The video 'My You', which Jungkook released under the title 'My You by Jung Kook #2022BTSFESTA' through BTS' official YouTube channel 'BANGTANTV' at 00:00 on the 13th, recently surpassed 10 million views.
Also, the video 'My You' achieved 10 million views on the 14th in just one day, and showed explosive popularity that exceeded 11.9 million on the 16th.
The video 'My You' was also ranked 5th in YouTube's popular music for 2 days on the 15th and 16th.
Previously, the 'My You' video proved a 'hot' reaction by setting records that exceeded 1 million views in 11 minutes and 2 million views in 56 minutes. After the video of 'My You' was released, it received more than 8.75 million streams and 1.92 million likes in one day, demonstrating the power of becoming the most viewed video on YouTube for 24 hours around the world as of June 13.
In addition, 'My You' was trending in 53 countries on YouTube on the 13th and boasted a hot global popularity, ranking 2nd in the world's most popular music videos and 1st in the US popular videos on the 12th.
The 'My You' video posted on YouTube attracts attention with its cute and adorable visual beauty, hand-drawn illustration sensibility, and bouncing ideas that add fun to the viewers' eyes. The 'purple' tone was mainly used as much as possible, and the colors and words that symbolize BTS and ARMY such as 'ARMYARMYYEAH' and '613000' were used to show special and strong affection.
In particular, on March 29th, the ARMY founding ceremony was held at 3:29, and on June 5th, the day when Jungkook presented his self-composed song ‘Still With You’ to the fans to commemorate the 7th anniversary of his debut, it was set to 6:05, and 6 BTS' debut date on the 13th of the month was set at 6:13 and the birthday of the army on July 9th at 7:09 was expressed as time in the clock, giving an unforgettable impression.
Meanwhile, Jungkook released his self-composed song 'Still With You' for free to fans through the global music sharing platform 'SoundCloud' to celebrate the 7th anniversary of BTS' debut.