“Dynamite,” which comes only six months after “Map of the Soul: 7”. The group sings of joy and confidence. The septet treasures the little things in life that make life truly valuable and special. It aims to bring a new surge of much-needed ‘energy’ to reinvigorate the global community in the midst of COVID-19.
Creative contributors to “Dynamite” include David Stewart and Jessica Agombar. She is known for “What A Man Gotta Do” by the Jonas Brothers and “I Love You’s” by Hailee Steinfeld.
This vivid Disco Pop track marks the superstar group’s first-ever song to be released completely in English. They previously sought a “breakthrough” to overcome a sense of disheartenment stemmed from the new global climate,
BTS embarks on a new challenge through “Dynamite.” Though they had not initially planned to release a digital single. But the seven members’ eagerness to be with their beloved fans as soon as they could won the day.
The band is excited to be able to share their message of encouragement to the listeners around the world.
A brilliantly dynamic performance amplifies the vivid and catchy rhythms of “Dynamite.” The choreography is edgy and upbeat with movements. It highlight the distinct charms of each BTS member. Simpler movements are tastefully connected. It allowed each member to sing and express themselves to their hearts’ extent.
The magnificent splash of solo and group choreography of “Dynamite” promises a vibrant and witty charisma.
The first TV performance premiere of “Dynamite” will be at the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 30 8 AM.
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