Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Filipinos Share Love For ‘Dynamite’ By BTS

Filipinos Share Love For ‘Dynamite’ By BTS

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It has only been a couple of weeks since the premiere of the ‘Dynamite’ music video of BTS. Despite only being three weeks old to the public, the video has already garnered over 350,000,000 views on YouTube. Needless to say, if you have not yet watched or listened to the ‘Dynamite’ official music video or song, you’re kind of missing out.

Whether you’re a fan of BTS (also known as Army) or not, it’s impossible not to bask in the fresh aesthetic of the production of the music video and song. Filipino netizens have even taken their love to the Billboard Hot 100 #1 song and added it to random videos of people dancing. This included Julio Jose Manalac who uploaded on Facebook a video of Jojo A and The Tigers dancing to an edited version of a clip with ‘Dynamite’ playing in the background, which was originally ‘Love Never Felt So Good’ by Michael Jackson.

For those who are curious about the original version, you can watch it here.

Meanwhile, Fil-Am beauty guru Bretman Rock also made it clear that he is fond of the song by posting several Instagram stories of him jiving to the track.

Filipino YouTubers Niana and Ranz Guerrero (featuring their little sister, Natalia) also shared their love for the song by releasing a dance performance.

As Korean culture becomes more and more phenomenal, BTS has been a huge catalyst for that universal support. With a catchy song and a great music video like ‘Dynamite’, the success of the song will have lasting impact not only to Filipinos, but across the globe. If you haven’t watched the music video or wish to add good vibes to your day check it out!

Photo Credit: Youtube/ Big Hit Labels.

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