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After the phenomenal success of their smash-hit single 'Butter,' South Korean boy band BTS is rounding off the year by releasing a new remix version of the track. Coming just in time for the holiday season, the boys dropped a Christmas-themed remix of "Butter" today to express their gratitude for the constant support and love from their beloved fans, ARMY. The new remix is a carol pop genre track that underscores the trademark bright energy of the original version with an added touch of warmth and coziness reminiscent of the festive season. The “holiday remix” of ‘Butter’ is now the fifth version of the original song, first released in May this year. It follows the “Hotter,” “Cooler,” and “Sweeter” remixes, as well as one that featured a guest verse from American rapper Megan Thee Stallion. This new “holiday remix” of the Hot 100 hit replaces the original track’s disco instrumentals and influences with cheerful jingle bells, church-like bells and a jazzy saxophone solo. In other BTS news, Apple Music has revealed that their 2020 single ‘Dynamite’ is the platform’s most-streamed song of this year. Meanwhile, BTS is reportedly unable to attend this year’s Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) ceremony due to a newly-implemented quarantine order enacted by South Korea that requires all inbound travellers to serve a self-isolation period of 10 days.