Here’s everywhere you can re-watch BTS perform their song “Dynamite”
“Dynamite” is still lighting up the world almost two months after its release. But BTS fans will have to wait a while before getting a chance to see their favorite K-pop sensation perform the song live.
BTS is still finding ways to give fans the “Dynamite” goodness by performing the song on television or online. There are several performances all over the internet BTS fans can watch to satisfy their BTS needs. Here’s exactly where you can watch BTS light it up with performances of “Dynamite.”
YouTube has a large library of BTS performances from past & present alike, including many of their recent performances of “Dynamite.” This includes the official music video for “Dynamite”, which currently holds the record for most viewed music video on YouTube in a twenty-four hour span.
BTS performances at awards shows are included as well, featuring their performance at the 2020 MTV VMA’s (Video Music Awards) and the 2020 Billboard Music Awards. BTS performed at the iHeartRadio Music Festival and The Music Day in Japan; both videos can be found on YouTube.
The group’s performances at NPR’s Tiny Desk From Home, Grammy Museum: Programs At Home, Bangtan Bomb: Chuseok Special, and Grammy.com’s Press Play Series are also all available for free on YouTube.
For those with a yen for BTS behind-the-scenes footage, a video of the group’s dance practice for “Dynamite” is on YouTube, as well as a choreography version of the song which initially debuted on the massively popular video game Fortnite.
BTS performed “Dynamite” on several programs across NBC. Recently, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon held its “BTS week”, during which the K-pop group appeared late at night for a full week, delivering great performances and participating in hilarious games with host Fallon.
While on the show, BTS not only performed “Dynamite” live, they also performed a unique version of the track with The Tonight Show house band The Roots. Other NBC programs BTS performed on included Today & America’s Got Talent. These performances can be viewed on YouTube, NBC.com, or Peacock, NBC’s new streaming service.
BTS’s performance at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards can also be found at Billboard.com. The group performed “Dynamite” remotely from an airport in Seoul, South Korea. BTS won the Top Social Artist award and was also nominated for Top Duo/Group.
The numerous BTS appearances on TV and the internet performing “Dynamite” come off the tremendous success the song is experiencing. “Dynamite” is the first fully English track from BTS, and became the first track by a Korean artist to hit number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Currently, “Dynamite” is sitting at number 5 in its eighth week on the Hot 100.
“Dynamite” is an undeniably catchy song, giving off lots of good vibes during a pandemic that has many down in the dumps. Its popularity is surely due in part to the song’s overwhelmingly upbeat, positive tone.
In an interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, BTS member Jin described how “we’re going through difficult times so we tried to have more fun working on this song. We made this song in hopes of giving energy to the listeners. We’re glad this song turned out great and hope a lot of our fans can listen to it to receive positive energy we tried to incorporate in the song.”
“Dynamite” is the first single from upcoming BTS album BE, debuting on Nov. 20. BTS is leading a busy 2020: the group only released their fourth studio album, Map of the soul:7, in February.
Whether you’re a huge fan of BTS, or are just looking for some positive vibes, check out some of their “Dynamite” performances all over the web. Hopefully, fans can watch BTS perform their hit track as well as the group’s other hits in person sometime soon.