BTS' Five Biggest Tracks of All Time—According to YouTube Views

BTS has well and truly earned a place as music royalty over the last few years.

The South Korean mega-group is made up of Jimin, Jungkook, Jin, J-Hope, RM, V and Suga.

Since their 2013 debut, the group has piled up a roster of accomplishments, from a Grammy nomination to a partnership with luxury fashion designer Louis Vuitton.

Their most notable—and undeniable—achievements come in the form of Guinness World Records. Most recently, the boyband added five world records to their repertoire with their latest hit single "Butter."

Ahead of the group's eighth anniversary, we're going to take a look at BTS' five biggest songs to date, according to their YouTube hits.

DNA (2017)

The catchy electro-infused track currently takes the top spot on the list, with the video at a staggering 1.2 billion views on YouTube.

It was released as the lead single from the group's fifth EP, Love Yourself: Her, and received overall positive critical reception.

In 2018, the track was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.

Boy With Luv—feat. Halsey (2019)

The candy-pop track made headlines in 2019 when the group teased a collaboration with American singer-songwriter Halsey.

"Boy With Luv" went down a hit with fans, known as the Army, as it became the fastest video from a K-Pop band to surpass 950 million views on the platform.

The song currently sits at 1.2 billion views on YouTube—just under "DNA."

The track featured on the group's sixth EP, MAP OF THE SOUL: PERSONA, in what was a new era for the group following the completion of their Love Yourself series in 2018.

Dynamite (2020)

"Dynamite" marked BTS' first time recording a song solely in English.

The bold move proved to be a success with fans, as the track broke the YouTube premiere record with three million concurrent viewers. It also went on to shatter the record for most views in 24 hours, with a staggering 101.1 million viewers.

The track, which featured on Be, proved to be a long-term hit with a current viewer count recording 1.1 billion views.

MIC Drop—Steve Aoki Remix (2017)

BTS has become known for releasing music that uplifts its listeners, but "MIC Drop" is the one track that feels like it's for the group itself.

The boys are heard reeling off powerful lyrics which reference their sky-rocketing success, in a bid to shut down haters.

The tune welcomed DJ giant Steve Aoki for the remix, allowing it to maneuver into the ultimate club track. "MIC Drop" was certified gold a year after its release.

With 956 million views, it's undeniable that the Army love to see BTS hype themselves just as much as they enjoy being hyped up by them.

Fake Love (2018)

"Fake Love" sports a notably darker sound for the group, with matching dramatic choreography in the music video.

The emotionally charged single earned the group a well-deserved place on the U.S Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Three years on from the track's release, it now boasts an impressive 943 million viewers on YouTube.

BTS will soon celebrate their eighth anniversary
J-Hope, SUGA, Jungkook, Jimin, RM, V, and Jin of the K-pop boy band BTS visit the "Today" Show at Rockefeller Plaza on February 21, 2020 in New York City. BTS is gearing up to celebrate their eighth anniversary Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images