After the virtual ceremony, players can join the dynamite (tropical remix) listening party to sing and dance with karaoke graphics.
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The coronavirus epidemic probably forced many artists to donate shelves to their festivals. However, BTS has adapted and improved. The South Korean pop band has teamed up with Epic Games and will soon be seen at Fortnite Fighting Game as part of a virtual ceremony to premiere a new version of their hit song Dynamite.
The blockbuster band has promised to showcase a brand new choreography for the music video that will air on September 25 at 8 p.m. To see the performance, players will have to go to the main stage of the party Royal Island.
Epic game Explanation Party Royal as a new experimental venue in Fornite, where users can relax while enjoying minigames or join their friends for concerts, movies and more. Unlike the main Fortnight game, where players can be eliminated based on their playing skills, the party is a safe haven created for Royal Virtual Ation.
After the virtual ceremony, players can join the dynamite (tropical remix) listening party to sing and dance with karaoke graphics. Dynamite is BTS’s first English song to make history by becoming the first song on the Billboard Hot 100 chart by any South Korean artist for the first two weeks.
It is the dream of every BTS Army to attend their idol ceremony once in a lifetime, even though this year’s pandemic canceled the K-Pop group’s world tour. Yet BTS has used digital platforms to connect with its fans.
On Monday, BTS hosted its Tiny Desk event in association with NPR Music. To keep the audience entertained during the epidemic, NPR is hosting a Tiny Desk event with musicians. However, NPR said at the BTS event, “The first day broke a series of records for a lot of UT views, which happened in about 25 minutes.”
In June this year, BTS debuted through BTS Festa. Celebrate its seven year anniversary, which is an annual event. The two-week event is celebrated to thank the military. For the final day of Festa, BTS also hosted a virtual event called its first Bench Bang Con Live on its official fan app Weavers. According to Bighit Entertainment, the event drew 750,000 viewers from 107 countries. Members interacted with their fans and performed their new and old songs.
BTS will also release its new album later this year.