Music lovers have chosen Coldplay and BTS' latest music video, "My Universe," as their favorite among new releases.

Directed by Dave Meyers, the track, which features a sci-fi concept, garnered 72.12 % votes in a poll conducted by Billboard over the weekend.

"Love For Sale," a duet by Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett, was second on the list as it garnered 21.93 % of votes. "Blessed & Free" by Kane Brown and H.E.R. was tied with Farruko's "La 167" on the third spot with 0.74 % votes. "Want It All" by Burna Boy, featuring Polo G., came in fourth with 0.37% votes.

Coldplay and BTS' joint single was released on Sept. 24. A music video of "My Universe" was released on Sept. 30. It featured the band members as intergalactic musicians who come together for a track despite a warning from "the silencers," who have banned music all across the galaxies. With the help of DJ Lafrique and her alien radio ship, the musicians unite through "holoband." The track has both English and Korean lyrics.

The official music video of "My Universe" received 35 million views since its premiere.

BTS and Coldplay also released two other versions of the track on Sept. 27, including an acoustic recording and a Supernova 7 mix.

This is Meyers' first project with BTS. He has directed more than 200 music videos, including Missy Elliot's "Get Your Freak On" and Ariana Grande's "No Tears Left To Cry," "God Is A Woman" and "Positions." He also directed the music videos "Bad Guy," sung by teen sensation Billie Eilish, and "Havana" by Camila Cabello.

Meyers earlier worked with Coldplay for their "Higher Power" track, which was dropped in May.

Previously, fans also voted "My Universe" as their top favorite new music release in a poll published by Billboard on Sept. 24.

"My Universe" brought in 86% of the vote, beating G-Eazy's "These Things Happen Too," Karol G's "Sejodioto," Giveon's "For Tonight" and Young Boy Never Broke Again's "Sincerely, Kentrell." 

Members of the South Korean boy band BTS arrive at the United Nations headquarters to deliver remarks on development Members of the South Korean boy band BTS arrive at the United Nations headquarters to deliver remarks on development Photo: POOL / John Minchillo