BTS continue making waves overseas and dominating our headlines. The boys have featured on numerous American celebrity TV programs and news, such as E News, BillBoard and more. Now, the boys earned another spot with Rolling Stone.
While the boys were already featured on Rolling Stone in the past, they recently earned another spot on their list of ’10 Artist You Need To Know: July 2017.’The boys were featured on a list of other honorary artists such as Jonas Blue,Kacy HillandMissio but appeared to stand out among the rest due to their foreigner status and big win previously at the BillBoard Music Awards.
The post read the following; “Why You Should Pay Attention:BTS, short for “Bangtan Songyeondan,” or, in English, “Bulletproof Boy Scouts,” debuted in 2013 and quickly became one of Korea’s hottest new acts. In America, they’ve sold out arenas in Anaheim and New Jersey, and when their airplane landed in Chile, they were greeted with Beatles-esque pandemonium. On record, the group’s seven members trade quick, four-line verses that often tackle previously taboo subjects like politics and depression.”
The post also featured their latest comeback remake of Seo Taiji’s “Come Back Home” and commented on their distinct music style. They described their music as being, “K-Pop gone trap, trop-house and even neo-soul; the seven-headed boss you face at the end of a rap music arcade game.” They also recommended their music to anyone who are fans of Justin Beiber and Big Bang.
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