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"DNA" is a song recorded in two languages (Korean and Japanese) by South Korean boy band BTS. The Korean version was released on September 18, 2017, as the lead single from the band's fifth extended play Love Yourself: Her (2017) by Big Hit Entertainment. The Japanese version of the song was released on December 6, 2017, by Universal Music Japan as a triple A-side single album that included "Mic Drop" and a new, original song "Crystal Snow", both also in Japanese. Both versions were written by "Hitman" Bang, Supreme Boi, KASS, Suga, RM, Pdogg, with the latter of the six solely handling production. A "Pedal 2 LA" remix of the track appears on the band's third compilation album, Love Yourself: Answer (2018). An EDM and pop song, the lyrics talk about fate and love at first sight.




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"DNA" was released for digital download and streaming in various countries by Big Hit on September 18, 2017, as the lead single from Love Yourself: Her.[7][8] A "Pedal 2 LA" remix version of the track was recorded and subsequently included on the band's third compilation album, Love Yourself: Answer (2018).[9] The original version also appears on that album.[9] A Japanese version of the song was digitally released for purchase on December 6, 2017, by Universal Music Japan as the band's eighth Japanese-language single album, together with the Japanese version of previously released Korean single "Mic Drop" and a new, original Japanese track "Crystal Snow".[10][11] It was also released as a four-version CD single in Japan on the same day, with a regular edition and three different limited editions: A, B and C.[12][13][14][15] All four editions contain "Mic Drop", "DNA" and "Crystal Snow" as a triple A-side. Individually, edition A includes a DVD with the music video for the Japanese version of "Mic Drop" and a dance version video of the song,[13] edition B comes with a DVD that contains behind the scenes footage of the music video for "Mic Drop" and the making of album jacket photos, and edition C contains a 36-page photobook.[14][15] The Japanese version was later included on the band's third Japanese-language studio album, Face Yourself (2018).[16]


"DNA" debuted at number 85 on the US Billboard Hot 100 for the chart issue dated September 21, 2017, becoming BTS' first entry on the chart.[70] The following week, it climbed to and peaked at number 67. In so doing, it became the highest-charting song by a Korean band, surpassing Wonder Girls' record at number 76.[71] The single debuted at number one on the US World Digital Songs chart issue dated October 10, 2017, becoming the band's fourth number one on the chart.[72] As of September 2019, the track has sold nearly 100,000 downloads in the US.[73] On February 9, 2018, it was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), for track equivalent sales of 500,000 units."[74] "DNA" gave BTS their first entry on the UK Singles Chart at number 90.[75][23] The song also charted at number 47 on the Canadian Hot 100 and appeared at number 99 on Australia's ARIA Charts.[76][77] It was certified gold by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) for track-equivalent sales of 35,000 units.[78]


In her review for Vogue, Monica Kim praised the video's flamboyant fashion styles and "fluid dancing."[93] Arim Kim from The Korea Herald connected the music video with the song's lyrics writing that it exudes "a vibrant and bombastic energy" depicting love "in full blossom."[35] Alex Rees of Cosmopolitan enjoyed the clip, calling it a "trippy fun" video and also deemed the choreography as "killer."[92] The music video achieved over 22 million views in 24 hours, becoming the most viewed video in 24 hours by a K-pop band and eleventh most viewed video at the time of release.[94][95] Within 24 days, it garnered over 100 million views, becoming the fastest K-pop video to do so.[96] It was the most watched Korean video of 2017 on YouTube.[97] In January 2019, it became the first music video by a K-pop group to reach 600 million views on the platform.[98] On June 1, 2020, the video surpassed one billion views, becoming BTS' first music video to do so.[99] It also became the first music video by a K-pop boy band to attain the milestone making BTS the third Korean act to achieve this.[100]


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