BTS released their music video for ‘Dynamite’
This K-pop group is lighting up the music charts with their new single, “Dynamite”. The clip for the song recently released by BTS features vivid colors, a retro vibe and an uplifting feel, as BTS members hoped to bring some happiness to fans during the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).
“This is a situation that everyone is faced with in the world, so we just started to explore what we can do now, what can we do that is really right?” BTS rapper Suga said of the single, according to an interview with United States today.
The music video for “Dynamite” features K-pop artists drinking milk, eating donuts and dancing freestyle. There’s even an adorable moment where Jimin jumps on Jungkook’s back.
Some moments in ‘Dynamite’ were ‘freestyled’ by members of BTS
According to fans, RM asked if the creators of the clip asked Jimin to jump on Jungkook’s back. Jimin responded by saying it was “freestyle”. When the boys first reacted to the clip during a V Live, they called the moment “so sentimental.”
Jimin smiles in response. It wouldn’t be the only time Jikook stole hearts in the “Dynamite” music video. The two of them dance and take off their jackets together? Iconic and adorable.
Some even pointed out the similarities to Jimin’s solo dance and Michael Jackson’s dance moves. Not all of the dances were unscripted, of course.
The boys danced together in their pastel clothes, showcasing their talents. This is only the start of this retro era, however, as RM has confirmed that a new album is already in the works.
This is just one of the record breaking music videos of the BTS members
Hours after the release of the “Dynamite” music video, members of BTS broke records on YouTube. Reportedly, the video recorded 10 million views in 20 minutes and over 50 million views in less than 24 hours.
Other music videos, including “DNA” and “Boy With Luv”, made YouTube history. Fans of this K-pop group have made the music video a trending topic on social media platforms, often sharing their love for the K-pop group and this new, upbeat, retro era.
More information on BTS’s upcoming album will likely be announced in the coming weeks. The “Dynamite” music video is now available on YouTube.
Music by BTS, including their recently released album, Soul Card: 7, is available for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and most major platforms.
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