BTS’ ‘DYNAMITE’ Performance Marked As The Highlight of Grammys: BTS might not have won their first Grammy Award this year but their amazing act at the ceremony undoubtedly created history. The popular septet was nominated in the ‘Best Pop Duo/Group Performance’ category for their big hit ‘Dynamite’ and performed the same song at the Grammys. This is for the first time that BTS performed one of its songs live. And they are the first-ever Korean band to perform at the Grammys, with their original song.
Grammys 2021: BTS DYNAMITE ROOFTOP PERFORMANCE
BTS left the audience captivated with their act, as they performed from Korea. Although they didn’t win, the seven-member band’s act sent fans on Twitter into a meltdown. The group recreated much of the 2021 Grammy Awards’ Los Angeles set in Seoul, South Korea, giving their performance a continuity with the rest of the show even though they weren’t in the same country.
Grammys 2021: BTS gave the best performance
The audience and the hosts were mesmerized and applauded BTS for the fantastic set and fresh performance. Performing in a Grammy-lined room, under a ceiling dripping with flowers, in a stairwell, and on a spotlight-drenched rooftop, BTS’ highly mobile performance was one of the evening’s most energetic, with classy and colorful outfits, live vocals, and a clean-cut choreography that had everyone jumping to their feet.
The excitement around BTS’ performance had been brewing for months now, with non-stop speculation by BTS Armys about the group’s choice of songs, choreography, outfits. Naturally, BTS trended the minute the seven-member group’s performance was played. While their act was pre-recorded in South Korea, 63rd Grammy Awards marks the first time BTS performed solo. Armys had hoped to see Dynamite performed with its iconic dance break but BTS did not have the time to perform an extended version of their song.
Impacts of BTS on The Grammys 2021 TRP: Views tripled in number
The official Grammy views doubled and tripled in numbers when it was BTS’ time to perform and as soon as the Dynamite Performance ended, the views went down by more than 60%. The Grammys may have snubbed BTS, but it is obvious who has more relevance and fan power.
BTS soon going to HIT 1 Billion views on YouTube
BTS’s most popular song song going to Hit the 1 Billion Mark, fans and Army are happy for the team to reaching this milestone.