‘Not Today’ Edges Out ‘Spring Day’ In Fan Poll; Big Hit Releases 8 Minute Choreograpy MV For BTS HIt


'Not Today' Edges Out 'Spring Day' In Fan Poll; Big Hit Releases 8 Minute Choreograpy MV For BTS HIt

'Not Today' Edges Out 'Spring Day' In Fan Poll; Big Hit Releases 8 Minute Choreograpy MV For BTS HIt

Its one thing to pit a BTS song against songs from other Kpop idols but its another to ask the fans which to choose between their beloved Bangtan Boys songs. Big Hit Entertainment, through its Twitter site made the ARMY choose which BTS song they liked better and even made them choose which member they loved best. In a series of questions posted as polls on Twitter , Big Hit Entertainment started the thread #QuestionForArmy, referring to BTS’ official fandom. They asked fans which song they preferred between recent hits “Not Today” and “Spring Day.” Out of 9,605 fans that voted on the site, “Not Today” slightly edged out its predecessor as it got 52 percent of the votes.
The two recent MVs have been smashing records on youtube left and right. When it was released, “Spring Day” broke the records for the fastest time to reach 10, 20 and 30 million views. It reached 30 million views in 8 days and 13 minutes. The edgy dance hit “Not Today,” when it was released a few weeks later posted the record for the most number of views on youtube in 24 hours hitting 10.979 million views within the first day of its release. It reached 10 million views in 21 hours and 37 minutes, Soompi  reported. BTS recently performed their two hits for the first time during a performance at M! Countdown where they won over Red Velvet. The boys thanked their ARMY as well as their families and management for helping them win for their latest songs for their first performance, Kpopstarz  reported. According to All Kpop , BTS has released an eight minute long choreography video for “Not Today,” featuring the different level steps to the edgy video. Fans can learn the moves choreographed by Justin Bieber’s choreographer Keone Madrid and BTS’s long time performance director and choreographer Sungdeuk Son which will make fans better appreciate the pureness of the moves. BTS has recently kicked off their “2017 BTS  Live Trilogy Episode III: The Wings Tour” which will happen in the US, Indonesia, Manila, Chile, Brazil, Thailand, Hong Kong and Australia. Some of the venues have already sold out leading organizers to extend the performances for additional nights in some cities.

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