• "Dynamite" was released on Aug. 21, 2020
  • The single also holds four Guinness World Records titles
  • BTS received its first Grammy nomination for "Dynamite"

BTS achieves its first-ever Double-Platinum Certification in the U.S. with the band’s all-English song "Dynamite."

From Topping the Billboards to landing a Grammy Nomination, BTS has been unstoppable with its much-loved hit song "Dynamite" as it continues to take over the world.

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) announced Wednesday that BTS was awarded three certifications for "Dynamite" at the same time.

The retro-themed energetic song, released on Aug. 22, 2020, received gold, platinum, and double-platinum certification for its remarkable achievements in sales, downloads, and streams.

Gold certification is given for selling 500,000 equivalent units, platinum for one million units, multi-platinum for two million units (and increments of one million), and diamond for 10 million units.

BTS landed a double-platinum certification for achieving over two million in sales with "Dynamite," making this the septet group’s first-ever song to reach double-platinum status in the U.S., as per Allkpop.

The all-English single is also the band’s fourth single to go platinum, with the others being "Mic Drop," "Boy With Luv" feat. Halsey, and "Idol."

Moreover, BTS’ album "Map of the Soul: 7" also holds a multi-platinum certification, whereas the band’s album titled "Map Of The Soul: Persona" and singles "Fake Love" and "DNA" have been certified gold for reaching 500,000 units.

"Dynamite" continues to prove its global popularity and influence as BTS also set a new Guinness World Records title with "Dynamite."

On March 16, Guinness World Records confirmed that "Dynamite" earned the title for "Most simultaneous viewers for a music video on YouTube Premieres" as the music video premiere was watched by over three million concurrent viewers, as reported by Soompi.

K-pop girl group Blackpink previously held the record with the premiere of their hit song "How You Like That" with 1.67 million views on June 26, 2020. The girls had broken the record previously set by BTS’ "On," which achieved 1.54 million views on February 2020.

"Dynamite" also holds the Guinness World Records titles for the "Most viewed YouTube video in 24 hours," "Most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours," and "Most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours by a K-pop group."

Pictured: BTS performs onstage during the 2017 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on Nov. 19, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Kevin Winter