BTS Bring Forth Bedazzling Performances On NPR Music’s “Tiny Desk (Home) Concert”

BTS TRULY LIGHT IT UP LIKE A DYNAMITE WITH THEIR SHINING PERFORMANCES!

BTS captivated fans around the world with their live performance hosted by NPR Music through the Tiny Desk (Home) Concert series. The septet expressed that they were honored and happy to perform the live version of their anthemic number “Dynamite” with a live band.

BTS definitely shone like the diamonds that they are with their performance of “Dynamite”. The group delighted fans with their charismatic and playful side. They showed off some of their cutesy dance moves which only added to the allure of the overall video. 

Next, the septet took ARMY into a trip down memory lane as they belted out one of their biggest hits, “Save Me”. Post the performance Jimin asserted, “It’s been a while since we last sang “Save Me” to which RM agreed.

Suga asked fans if they enjoyed the live version of the chart topping number, he said, “The live band version of “Save Me” is indeed very unique. How did you guys like it?,” to which both J-Hope and Jungkook added that it was indeed very unique and different and that they thoroughly enjoyed performing it. 

Jimin reminisced that singing the track reminded him of the great times on tour with the band while RM chimed, “Great times. It makes me want to get up and dance.”

Jungkook then expressed that he hoped that they would be able to perform [“Save Me”] in person for ARMYs again someday. The vocalist then went on to introduce the final performance of the concert. He said, “I believe that in such difficult times like now we are all wishing for a spring day to come.” On that endearing note, BTS proceeded to serenade fans with their heartwarming ballad, “Spring Day”.

Meanwhile, BTS made history once again after the septet’s track “Dynamite” topped Billboard’s HOT 100 chart. The track also ranked at the top amongst the most popular songs in the United States across all genres based on streaming, radio airplay, and sales data which made BTS the first ever all-Korean group to achieve the stellar feat.


Source: NPR Music

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