Most viewed YouTube video in 24 hours

Statistics and analytics are important components of YouTube. The platform keeps track of multiple achievements, including which videos had the most views within the first 24 hours of posting. The music industry seems to be in the driver’s seat, despite YouTube being a platform with original producers from all over the world. Also, some movie trailers achieved very high viewing figures during this period, but their viewing value drops, making them less interesting.

Keep reading to find out which music videos got the most views on YouTube in 24 hours.

Most viewed YouTube video in 24 hours

10. “Losick Girls” (Blackpink)

In October 2020, the song “Lovesick Girls”, which was released by Blackpink’s YG record company, was released. After 24 hours, 61.4 million people had viewed the video. It was the third track from the band’s 2020 album, “The Album”, to be released. It debuted on the Gaon charts in South Korea at number two. Additionally, it reached number two on the Billboard Global 200 and number 59 on the US Hot 100. It was, all things considered, the second best song on the album.

9. “Me!” (Taylor Swift ft. Brendon Urie)

In April 2019, Taylor Swift and Panic! at the Disco, singer Brendon Urie co-released the song “Me!” This was after Taylor Swift joined her new label, Republic Records. “Me!” had amassed 62.5 million views on YouTube after 24 hours. It also debuted at number 100 on the US Billboard Hot 100. It jumped to second place the following week, setting a new record for the biggest weekly rise.

8. “Life Goes On” (BTS)

BTS, a K-pop group, needs no introduction. The group expanded its reach to the United States in 2017 and has been enjoying success there ever since. They even made an appearance on The Ellen Show. November 2020 saw the release of “Life Goes On”. On the first day after its release, it received 71.6 million views.

7. “Permission to Dance” (BTS)

This dance tune was made available by the band on July 9, 2021, as the second single from their English debut album, “BUTTER”. The guys from Bangtan did their best to temporarily ease the world’s anxiety and distress during the COVID pandemic with their uplifting, energizing and inspirational lyrics and music video, which encouraged people to put their troubles aside and enjoy the moment by dancing to the upbeat music. In the first 24 hours after its release, the video received 71.3 million views. With “Permission to Dance,” BTS became the second artist after Michael Jackson to score five Billboard No. 1 singles in ten months and two weeks.

6. “Lalisa” (Lisa)

Lisa Manoban, a Thai rapper and lead singer of Blackpink, released “Lalisa”, on September 10, 2021, which was the lead single from her debut album of the same name. The song became the most viewed solo artist video on YouTube in a single day with 73.6 million views in the first 24 hours of its release. It features Lisa’s uplifting, magnetic and compelling rap and dance over a fusion of EDM and hip-hop with Thai influences. Lalisa eventually reached number 84 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States.

5. “Boy With Luv” (BTS featuring Halsey)

When BTS and Halsey collaborated on the song “Boy With Luv” in April 2019, they set new YouTube records. The song gave them their first breakthrough on a K-pop dominated chart. On the first day after its release, “Boy With Luv” got 74.6 million views. The song received platinum certification from the RIAA in June of that year. BTS released “Boy With Luv” in Japanese in July. The song also won 21 music awards in South Korea, surpassing 2000, which was surpassed by Dynamite, as the most awarded single.

4 . “Ice Cream” (Blackpink and Selena Gomez)

Selena Gomez has come a long way since her Disney days. Although she recently said she wants to stop recording music, her followers are hoping she will reconsider. One of his songs, “Ice Cream,” a collaboration with K-Pop group Blackpink, received 79 million views in the first 24 hours. “Ice Cream” was the second single from Blackpink’s second album, “The Album”. With the exception of Lisa’s Korean rap sections, the song is entirely in English. With ice cream themes, energetic pop, and catchy phrases, the video has a happy and lighthearted vibe. With a 13th place finish, Ice Cream became Blackpink’s first song to reach the top 20 of the US Billboard Hot 100.

3. “How You Like That” (Blackpink)

In terms of releasing hit singles, Blackpink is undoubtedly one of the leading bands. “How You Like That” was released in June 2020. Within 24 hours of its release, the song received 86.3 million views. It was the first track from their second album. Not only did it receive millions of views, but it also became the first video to surpass 100, 200, and 500 million views in record time. The song is about overcoming adversity. “How You Like That” quickly became a hit around the world with its heart-pounding pop tunes, swaggering sentiments, and incredible performances. It peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 in Malaysia, Singapore, Malaysia, Singapore and South Korea.

2. “Dynamite” (BTS)

K-pop group BTS broke all previous records in August 2020 and became the group with the most-watched video over a 24-hour period. Dynamite garnered 101.1 million views on YouTube in just 24 hours thanks to its authentically nostalgic 1970s funk and soul vibe and infectious hooks. David Stewart produced the song, which was released under Big Entertainment and Sony. BTS set a new record with Dynamite as the first K-pop group to top the Billboard Hot 100. The Bangtan Boys were also the first K-pop group in history to earn a Grammy nomination, the receiving for Best Pop Duo Performance at the Grammy Awards in 2021.

1. “Butter” (BTS)

BTS recently surpassed their own record. A day after its debut, “Butter” surpassed “Dynamite” in terms of views. Thanks to its 108 million views in 24 hours, K-Pop has taken the first place in the YouTube “Most Viewed” ranking. Government funding and assistance are largely responsible for K-Pop’s success. It just goes to show how far creatives can go with a little help. “Butter,” with its cheerful pop, infectious hooks, and summer-breezy atmosphere, perfectly captures the pleasant, lighthearted, and unmistakable charm of BTS. The single hit the charts in six countries, including the United States, South Korea, Japan and Singapore.

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The fact that K-pop groups dominate in terms of YouTube video views is not surprising. They gained a fandom unmatched by any other artist and became a worldwide phenomenon. Their collaborations with American celebrities have helped them gain exposure and fans across the country.

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