In the wake of Rolling Stone’s veil-story equipment on the sphere’s supreme band, the unique episode of the Rolling Stone Song Now podcast zooms in on the sharp rise of BTS. Youngdae Kim, Seoul-primarily primarily primarily based tune critic, musicologist, and creator of the e book BTS The Review: A Complete Bask in a look on the Song of BTS, joins host Brian Hiatt for the episode. They dig deep into BTS’ history and musical evolution, exploring how they they turned the first musicians from South Korea (or anyplace in Asia) to ranking three quantity 1 singles in the U.S. (“Dynamite,” “Existence Goes On,” and “Butter”) among many other singular accomplishments.
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