How BTS Became the K-Pop Band That Took Over the World

How BTS Became the K-Pop Band That Took Over the World

“A Hot 100 and a Grammy nomination, these are our goals,” he continued. “But they are just targets – we don’t want to change our identity or our reality to get the number. Like if we suddenly sing in full English, and change all these things, it won’t be BTS.” Do everything, we will try. But if we don’t get number one or number five, that’s fine. “

Okay? It is possible. Causeless? Undoubtedly.

“We don’t just have to consider ourselves better [than other K-pop acts], But the best, “told R.M. Hollywood reporter When the band caught the cover in October 2019. “When we are in that state, we will win there. We are what we are.”

K-pop’s popularity continues to grow with stateside-girl group Black pink Achieved her own debut in 2019 with a Coachella set and album Spirit Map: 7 Earning more than 3 million income within the first week announced in January 2020, Akash appears to be the frontline group in this recent phase Haliu, Or Korean wave.

So a hot 100 number 1? It was only a matter of time.

And when the group dropped “Dynamite” – a standalone single before their most recent album, Happen, And his first song sung entirely in English in August, he got his wish. The track debuted at No. 1 on the Hot 100 where it stayed for a total of three weeks, making them the first South Koreans to top the charts.

Until Happen Dropped in November, after debuting as their fifth No. 1 album and giving them another No. 1 hit single (“Life Goes On”), BTS surpassed another feat from their list when “Dynamite” was bested Nominated for pop duo / group performance. Grammar of 2021. Node made him the first Korean pop act recognized by the Recording Academy.

As R.M. said in an interview Sir The nomination was released the day before it was announced, “I think the Grammys are the final part, just like the last part of the entire trip.”

There is no denying that everyone is already a winner several times at the March 14 ceremony to see if they have won. As far as they go, well, we can’t wait to find out.

(This story was originally published on April 12, 2019 at 3 pm PT.)

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