The beloved Okay-Pop boy band on Monday turned the newest artists to take part within the at-home sequence of the stripped-down, extra intimate performances featured on NPR.Naturally, they kicked it off with their first all-English language single and No. 1 hit, “Dynamite.”
It marked the primary time they’d carried out the observe with a dwell band, in keeping with the seven-member group.
NPR had been “attempting to make a BTS Tiny Desk live performance occur for years now — even gaming out methods we’d transfer Bob Boilen’s desk far sufficient ahead to accommodate the celebrity Korean boy band’s dance strikes,” NPR producer and editor Stephen Thompson mentioned in a YouTube caption on the present video.
“Ultimately, it took a world pandemic — and the launch of Tiny Desk (dwelling) concert events again in March — to make one thing occur,” Thompson wrote. “With BTS cooped up in Seoul, the group held true to the sequence’s spirit by convening a dwell band for its Tiny Desk debut, and even organized to carry out in a workspace with a music-friendly backdrop: the document retailer VINYL & PLASTIC by Hyundai Card in BTS’s hometown.”
BTS is already the largest Okay-Pop group round, they usually have been persevering with their success.
The “Dynamite” video in August broke a YouTube document for probably the most views in 24 hours, and BTS final week carried out on “America’s Received Expertise.”