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On Aug. 21, record-breaking K-pop superstars BTS achieved a new first, when they dropped their first English-language song, “Dynamite.” For the latest episode of GRAMMY.com’s Press Play series, the talented septet deliver a lively live performance of the sunny, disco-tinged single, complete with ’70s flared pants.
“It all began from this: even in the midst of hardships, we must focus on what we can do. As for us, we found freedom and happiness in singing and dancing. This song goes to the ones who need encouragement. We hope people feel energized when listening to the song,” BTS explained in a recent GRAMMY.com interview.
Read more here: https://www.grammy.com/grammys/news/bts-dynamite-interview-new-album-army.
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