BTS’ Groovy Track Permission To Dance Has Surpassed One Billion Views

BTS Permission to Dance

BTS Permission to Dance, a groovy song that symbolized hope for ARMY, has already surpassed 500 million views on Youtube. This is their 13th track to reach this milestone.

Who else recalls the release of Permission to Dance? Fans were anticipating BTS’ return with bated breath, and the group did not disappoint. BTS, who were mostly dressed as cowboys, represented hope and didn’t need anyone’s permission to make ARMY dance to their beats.

Fast forward almost a year, and the same song has surpassed 500 million views. Yes, you read that correctly. We’re almost to the huge one billion dollar mark. While this is far from the first time BTS has accomplished such a feat, it never ceases to amaze us.

The groovy track Permission to Dance officially reached 500 million views 11 months, four days, and three hours after its release on July 9, 2021, on BTS’ ninth debut anniversary, meaning June 13, 2022, becoming their 13th track to do so.

Who else is planning a dance party tonight to the pleasant tune? Here’s when you should start playing it again:

As much as we adore Permission to Dance, this is far from the first time a BTS song has racked up such a massive amount of views. DNA, Save Me, Fire, Fake Love, MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix), IDOL, Dope, Boy With Luv, Blood Sweat & Tears, Not Today, Dynamite, and Butter held the record prior to PTD.

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