Following the massive success and unending records achieved by Dynamite in 2020, BTS is back with their second English single, “Butter.” The group has committed to creating every summer brimming with delightful and bright energy that would lift people’s moods instantaneously.
Smooth Like Butter
“Butter” is a dance-pop song with lyrics about sweet love confession. We may categorize it as the ideal track for the summer feel, ready to melt into our soul, due to its unique base. The song is appealing because it fixates on the delicate yet captivating charisma of each BTS member.
BTS’s leader, RM, claims that he worked on only a few elements of the song, especially the rap bits.
“I didn’t take part only because I am fluent in English. I was fortunate to take part in the making of this track,” he adds.
ARMY’s Heart: Pull You in Like No Other
Combat forces are known for being armed and well-organized, and BTS’s strong fan base, ARMY, is no exception.
In every way, BTS has established a strong relationship with its followers. The special connection between both can be explained by the fact that the group has always expressed gratitude to its fans. Their music is beautiful and inspirational, and they put their fans first with all they do. ARMY, on the other hand, goes to great lengths to assist BTS in achieving its goals. As the saying goes, the more love you offer, the more love you get.
Also, did you know the ARMY made an appearance in the music video?
Records? Butter Sweep It Up Like a Robber!
BTS’s latest song “Butter” holds the title for the fastest 24-hour debut on YouTube The video has received a lot of positive feedback from fans.
Last summer, BTS set a new milestone with “Dynamite,” which received 101.1 million views on its first day. It’s a pleasing sight to see them smashing their own records. Flex? Well, absolutely as they should!
— chart data (@chartdata) May 22, 2021
Who is BTS?
BTS (Korean: 방탄소년단; RR: Bangtan Sonyeondan) is a seven-member South Korean boy band that was founded by Big Hit Entertainment, which is now known as HYBE Label. The group—composed of Jin, Yoongi (Suga), Hoseok (J-Hope), Namjoon (RM), Jimin, Taehyung (V), and Jungkook—formed in 2010 and debuted in 2013.
They co-wrote and co-produced much of their projects. Starting as a hip-hop group, their music has grown to include a wide variety of themes. Tropes of mental wellbeing, adolescent and coming-of-age, depression, the road to self-love, and freedom are all expressed in their songs now, mostly based on social and personal analysis.
When asked how the BTS members felt about being together as a group for almost eight years, Yoongi says, “All these years feel very short, and I think there is so much left for us to do.”
Prevailing Xenophobia For Butter Stars
Amid their accomplishments and worldwide adoration, BTS and their music continue to face bigotry. While there are several instances from western media, the boy group focuses more on inspiring everyone through their songs.
“Everything that we do, our existence itself, is contributing to the hope of leaving xenophobia behind,” Namjoon says.
From there #BBMAs nominations, Louis Vuitton, and to their McDonald’s campaigns, BTS will keep thriving and ARMY’s will keep supporting.
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