The love, affection and popularity for the South Korean boy band, BTS is not limited to the boundaries. The boy band has a massive fan following across the globe and their fans are addressed as BTS Army. Each of their songs, concerts or even their social media presence have been a talking point for their fans. Band members such as Jungkook, Jimin, J-Hope, Jin, RM, V and Suga too have a special corner in the hearts of their fans. This popularity has helped the band earn a big moolah in a short span of time.
As per Forbes reports on December 12, 2021, the band is the highest-earning band when it comes to generating revenue from their YouTube videos. As per reports, BTS’ YouTube channel is the highest-earning channel. The boy band has earned $16.5 million from their YouTube channel in 2021. Enjoying 61 million subscriptions, with 1000 videos on their channel, the band has been on Forbes list for the third time for this setting this benchmark. This explains the popularity of the band across the globe.
Their latest successful songs include Butter, Permission To Dance and My Universe that hit the digital space this year.
Following them on the second spot is K-pop girl group BLACKPINK with $11.6 million earning via YT. NCT Dream, SEVENTEEN and GOT7 have bagged the 3rd, 4th and 5th place on the Forbes list. ALSO READ: BTS’ J-Hope's sister Jung Jiwoo Shares Her Nasty Experience Of Facing Racism In Los Angeles; Shares She is Never Going Back Alone!
The South Korean boy band recently completed their Permission To Dance On Stage concert in Los Angeles, with the members heading back home for a short break. Next, they will be seen performing in Seoul in March 2022. ALSO READ: BTS Breaks All Records By Earning $33.3 Million During 4-Day Permission To Dance On Stage LA Concert
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