From the sound of it, Justin Bieber might be one of BTS’ biggest celebrity fans! Yep, during an exclusive voiceover for E! News, the singer gushed over the K-pop group’s first-ever English-language track, “Dynamite.”
“If anyone knows how to make history, it’s BTS,” the 26-year-old started, before breaking down their record-breaking success. “The K-Pop group has been shattering records across the global music industry.”
For those who missed it, the seven-piece boyband — comprised of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook — dropped “Dynamite” on August 21, 2020 and since then, “the song’s music video has the mot views in a single day in YouTube history and is even the most commented video on the platform,” according to Justin.
He also revealed that BTS became the “first all South Korean group” to debut at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. It’s safe to say that the band is seriously killing it!
As for why they decided to release “Dynamite” in English, the boys told E!’s Daily Pop that, “the song sounded great in English and the vibe of the song really shined through when sung in English.”
When it came to the seriously epic moves BTS showed off in the fan-favorite video, J-Hope revealed that they “practiced for about two to three weeks” before shooting.
He added, “It took us about two days to get the choreography down.”
While chatting about the newly released song, Jungkook explained why BTS’ songs are always super positive.
“First of all, we receive a lot of energy from other people, and we believe we exist to give back as much hope and happiness as we have received,” he said. “I think we find happiness in making others happy with what we do best, which is singing and dancing.”
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