Addressing Billboard following their new remix of their subsequent English single ‘Margarine’ highlighting Megan Thee Stallion yesterday (August 27), the Korean pop gathering conceded they would have liked to keep singing in Korean – however felt they expected to take the action to proceed with their worldwide achievement.
‘Explosive’, ‘Spread’ and ‘Consent To Dance’ are BTS’ three English-language singles to date.
RM said he felt there was “no other option” to keep the band’s fame high during the Covid pandemic, while Jin added: “The English I learned in class was so not quite the same as the English in the melody. I needed to eradicate everything in my mind first.”
BTS. Credit: HYBE
Shin Young-Jae, leader of BTS’s mark Big Hit Music viewed the move as “a demonstration of the band’s qualities, the manner in which they can go to an amicable goal and be aware of the organization’s requirements.”
Back in 2019, RM revealed to Entertainment Weekly: “We would prefer not to change our personality or our validity to get the main. Like in the event that we sing unexpectedly in full English, and change this load of different things, then, at that point that is not BTS. We’ll do everything, we’ll attempt. However, in the event that we were unable to get number one or number five, that is OK.”
The seven-part act additionally talked about their initial days in the K-pop industry, when they at first appeared as the first boyband under Big Hit Entertainment (now HYBE Labels).
“We made our introduction through a little organization, and it’s been intense from the very beginning,” said Suga, the gathering’s rapper and maker. “My fantasy was rarely tremendous.”