Subscriber Account active since. The most popular boy group in the world is back with a new music video, and it's full of fun moments and granular details that help build its retro feel. BTS, the 7-member K-pop group, dropped a new music video for their new digital single "Dynamite" on Friday. Upon its release, "Dynamite" has already set the new record for the highest number of viewers for a YouTube video premiere, with at least 3 million viewers around the world tuned in when the music video dropped. For the first time since the group's debut, its lyrics are entirely in English. It was also dropped in a timezone friendly to fans in the US. More importantly, "Dynamite" clearly signals a new territory for BTS's musical endeavors. Describing "Dynamite" as a "feel-good song," V told the press that the song "felt new and a different" from what the group's tried before. As with the finest music videos , the one for "Dynamite" is filled with Easter eggs for fans to pore over.
In the new music video, "life is dynamite." Literally.
Leave it to BTS, the mega hit boyband from South Korea, to find a way to bring joy to their fans this summer. Ahead of their highly-anticipated fall album, the band released a new single on August 21, titled "Dynamite. Featuring a funky, upbeat, quick-paced staccato beat reminiscent of fireworks lighting up the sky, the song's striking high register and airy vocals evoke the best of carefree summertime living—providing the listener a welcome escape from the harsh realities of a pandemic. In fact, that opportunity to provide a reprieve from our new normal was on BTS's mind when recording and releasing their new single. When we first heard and recorded the song, we were energized and our spirits were lifted up. RM, the group's leader noted that the pandemic left BTS members feeling "powerless" and "frustrated," at times and that "Dynamite" was a way for the group to recharge. To help their fans—called ARMY—do just that, the band took on a distinctly retro concept with their new single, throwing it back to the disco era, with nods to the '70s as well as '80s. The music video features BTS members wearing bell bottom pants, a wash of bright disco-colors, vintage-looking sunglasses and breaking out choreography that nods to the era. Since its premiere at midnight, the "Dynamite" music video on Youtube racked up 10 million views within the first 20 minutes, and currently has over 60 million views—and that number is rapidly climbing. But for BTS, a group that has broken numerous music industry records, they're eyeing the opportunity to top the Billboard Hot charts, a feat complicated in the past by the fact that the band's songs have often been overlooked by mainstream American radio stations despite the group's extraordinary success.
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