K-pop sensation BTS (BTS) has released ‘Permission to Dance’, a cheerful song that conveys happiness through dance and music. The new track is part of the K-pop group’s CD single ‘Butter’, which also includes chart buster numbers and instrumental versions of the two songs.
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Composed of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook, September composed a song with British musician Ed Sheeran and producer Steve Mac. Cheerful and upbeat tracks inspire others to move with rhythm and music. On tracks nearly five minutes long, the group, equally popular for their often effortless dance moves, performs calmly and lively.
The video also abounds in balloons, especially balloons, where purple is the color that symbolizes K-pop bands and their avid fanbase, also known as ARMY.
“Permission to Dance” was written by Sheeran and Snow Patrol singer Johnny McDaid with frequent Sheeran collaborators, British producer Steve Mac, and “Butter” co-writer Jenna Andrews.
BTS celebrates the song’s live debut on the American TV show by performing a new track for Two Days and Two Nights on NBC’s Tonight Show featuring Jimmy Fallon on July 13th and 14th.
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On the other hand, the K-pop group’s hit song ‘Butter’ topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 6 weeks in a row, setting the No.