BTS is set to explode the industry in a big way later this month with the release of their new single, “Dynamite.”
After being previously announced, the title of the upcoming song was revealed on August 2 (August 3 in South Korea at midnight) via the official Twitter account of South Korean company Big Hit Entertainment, under which BTS is managed. Along with the announcement, BTS logos on social media platforms were updated to feature the bright “Dynamite” logo and a pink version of the BTS logo.
In a recent livestream, the record-breaking septet revealed that “Dynamite” is an “upbeat” English song, setting it up as a pretender to be the song of the summer of 2020, a song expected to arrive with a bang like a bright moment in it. the age of corona. “We also needed a breakthrough during these unforeseen times, so we worked on this new song,” they said. “It’s also a new challenge for us. When we heard and recorded the song for the first time, we were energized and our spirits were lifted. We can’t wait to share this song with all of you and enjoy it together. ”
Following the song’s title announcement, various hashtags relating to BTS’s “Dynamite” release were circulated around the world on Twitter as the act’s loyal fan, ARMY, celebrated its upcoming release.
BTS has released English and mostly English songs in the past, such as the Desiigner and Steve Aoki-remix of “Mic Drop” and “Waste It On Me,” a collaboration with Aoki, but “Dynamite” is their first single promoted specifically. in the language. Its August 21 release precedes an upcoming album that the members have already revealed they are working on.
Since the announcement of the upcoming release last month, a series of countdown timers have appeared on a site dedicated to the single’s release. The first timer hit zero last week and turned out to be a pre-save Spotify link to help fans become the first to hear “Dynamite.”