- BTS simply launched their newest single “Dynamite,” a disco pop track sung fully in English.
- Accompanied by a vivid music video that options simply as many goofy moments because it does easy dance sequences, “Dynamite” is an lively, bubbly launch.
- “Dynamite is a track that may raise anybody’s spirits,” Jimin, one of many group’s vocalists, stated throughout a press convention Thursday night.
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Korean pop group BTS is again with their newest single “Dynamite,” the group’s first monitor sung fully in English.
The track, which the group launched on August 21 at 12 p.m. ET/1 p.m. KST, is a shimmery disco-pop banger that serves as a balm for tough occasions. Accompanied by a music video that options vivid set items, slick dance strikes, and loads of humorous moments between the members, it is onerous to not dance alongside and soak up the nice vibes.
“Dynamite” follows the group’s most up-to-date albums “Map of the Soul: 7 — The Journey,” which topped Japan’s Oricon chart in July, and “Map of the Soul: 7,” which topped the Billboard 200 albums chart following its February launch. The only brings the identical type of bubbly power as earlier singles like “Boy With Luv (feat. Halsey)” or album tracks like “Boyz with Enjoyable.”
The music video would not be full with out BTS’ signature camaraderie and humor. All through, the seven members — RM, Jin, Suga, J-hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook — goof round, knowingly level on the digicam, and pull off some easy dance strikes.
BTS stated throughout a digital press convention Thursday night (Friday morning in South Korea) that releasing “Dynamite” wasn’t part of the plan (the group is at the moment engaged on an album slated for launch someday through the second half of the yr). After listening to “Dynamite,” although, they wished to share the track’s power with followers as quickly as attainable, group chief RM stated.
“Dynamite is a track that may raise anybody’s spirits,” Jimin stated through the press convention.
The music had already racked up roughly 50 million views, per YouTube’s public show, simply eight hours after its debut — a staggering quantity even by BTS’ personal requirements (the group’s present 24 hour YouTube debut file is 74.6 million).
However spectacular view counts aren’t the crux of it. In the end, as member Suga stated through the press convention, “Dynamite” sends a “message of happiness and confidence.”