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Music moments of the year 2021 on Twitter

Here’s looking at the people who have spread good musical vibes via the microblogging site
BTS has managed to connect with their fans very well using Twitter
BTS has managed to connect with their fans very well using Twitter

Mathures Paul   |   Published 16.12.21, 01:04 AM

In 2021, there were several music moments on Twitter that struck a chord. From celebrating K-pop with bands like BTS (@BTS_twt) and BLACKPINK (@BLACKPINK), to lovers of Indian music, who tuned into Spaces by Armaan Malik (@ArmaanMalik22) and A.R. Rahman (@arrahman), among others. Here are the vibe-worthy moments around #OnlyOnTwitter 2021.

Most retweeted tweet in music: BTS’ (@BTS_twt) tweet about Jimin’s new haircut. The group has been leading the K-pop wave in India, and their fans - who proudly call themselves #ARMY - love to talk about them. This year, a Tweet about band member Jimin getting a new haircut had fans going gaga, making it the most retweeted tweet in music conversations in India. 

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Most liked tweet in music: BTS’ tweet sharing Jimin and Jungkook’s airport looks.

Most Tweeted hashtags in music in 2021: #BTS, #BBMAsTopSocial, #iHeartAwards, #BLACKPINK, #ENHYPEN

Most tweeted-about songs of the year: Butter, a BTS song, which had a nine-week run at the Billboard Hot 100 charts to a Grammy nomination; Permission To Dance, the song BTS performed at the United Nations General Assembly; Dynamite by BTS; My Universe, BTS collaborated with the iconic rock band Coldplay; Don’t Fight The Feeling, by K-pop band EXO.

Most tweeted about music artistes in 2021: BTS, Lata Mangeshkar (@mangeshkarlata), who celebrated her 92nd birthday this year, A.R. Rahman (@arrahman), the maestro kept fans busy and talking throughout the year; Taylor Swift (@taylorswit13), she published a lot of music this year; and Armaan Malik (@ArmaanMalik22), he partnered with K-pop star Eric Nam.



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