ARMYs all over the world couldn't ask for more!

For their beloved fans, who call themselves ARMYs, 'Dynamite' is a happy pill that one could not just get over. The world's phenomenal K-pop band, BTS, dropped more content and new versions of their explosive English single, but this time, it was made through a 'Dynamite' extended play that bottles up to two brand-new remix versions of the song.

On August 24 (Monday), the 'Boy With Luv' singers and rappers stormed over various music streaming platform with their four-track prominence for their 'Dynamite' single. The newly released track was released initially on August 21 (Friday) with an instrumental version, an electronic cut by Frants, and an acoustic remix version by David Stewart.

In a statement by Big Hit Entertainment, it says, "While the minimal acoustic track puts at the very forefront the members' vocals, the EDM is a rearrangement of the original song that maximizes the upbeat and fun vibes."

In a Billboard report, the South Korean idols' first English categorized single is a significant record-breaker in various charts worldwide. The track's official music video, helmed by Yong Seok Choi from Lumpens, hails the sum of 101.1 million views on Youtube upon the first day of release, making its biggest and most significant first-day debut on the American streaming service.

BTS' new achievement is a boomerang for the seven lads, whose throne was snatched by fellow K-pop group BLACKPINK for their 'How You Like That' music video. The new track also sits on Spotify's first rank on 'Global Top 50,' marking a South Korean artist's first instance to achieve an enormous position.

Furthermore, 'the explosive track bombarded the United Kingdom's song charts, leading the song to become BTS' first number-one single.

'Dynamite' is not originally in the to-do list of BTS for this year, it only came in full-plan six months before its release and following after the fourth studio album's announcements entitled 'Map of the Soul: 7.'

Upon hearing the track's demo record, all seven lads decided to put it in a way as encouragement during these chaotic times the world is facing due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.

According to BTS, they have no plans to stop spreading positive and good vibes worldwide with their releases. Having that said, the band will star in their fourth cinematic documentary film titled 'Break the Silence: The Movie,' this comping September 10.