Conclusion, BTS is a new fan chant for learning ARMY. A behind-the-scenes Bangtan video shows BTS hanging out with their dancers before, during and after their performance. Late starring Jimmy Fallon. He showed these dancers hyping on BTS during “On”.
BTSA performed ‘On’ during ‘The Late Show’ starring GT Fallon
The K-pop group released “Ongoing” before their 2020 album, Soul Map: 7, Complete with a music video, dance rehearsal clip and the movie “Kinetic Manifesto”. During the visit they also performed their song at the Grand Central Terminal in New York City Late starring Jimmy Fallon.
Within a few hours, the show became one of the top trending videos on YouTube. A few months later, it now has more than 35 million votes from fans. Now, thanks to the Bangtan bomb, fans can see a little bit of what it took to create that historic historical display at the Grand Central Terminal.
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This behind-the-scenes video showed what BTS does before performance
After touring the subway with Jimmy Fallon, the artists went to Grand Central, where their hair and makeup were done. Jungkuk sang in his chair. Jin was sipping on some coffee.
According to a translation of the video, Jin told the camera marooperson, “Make me look like a New Yorker in the video.” “I don’t look like a New Yorker since I’ve been drinking Starbucks? New Yorker going to work with coffee in hand. ”
The K-pop group was not alone in performing at the Grand Central Terminal. There were a number of dancers with BTS who also choreographed from their music videos. From the moment these dancers saw BTS, however, they clapped, cheered and started hyping them.
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BTS dancers shared their love for these artists
While recording “On”, these dancers were shouting “Let’s go” during the dance break. Even after their performances, the dancers again expressed enthusiasm for the statues with V, J-Hope and Jungkuk and thanked many of the performers. After they finished shooting, BTSA shared their thoughts on their New York City experience.
RMA said, “I was very disappointed when we first came to L.A., because we only knew half of the choreography for‘ On ’. “I had fun performing today.”
The song was first recorded by BTSA with the help of UCLA Bruin Marching Band. The Blue Devils appeared with the performers in the Kinetic Manifesto music video, which is full of band instruments and drum sticks.
The “Dynamite” music video is now available on YouTube. Music, including their recently released album by BTS Soul Map: 7, Spotify, Apple Pal Music and is available for streaming on most major platforms.