The American Music Awards (AMAs) have devoted a video to a Kpop group for the first time.
On November 10th, the official Twitter account for the American Music Awards shared a video dedicated to BTS for their upcoming U.S. debut performance of title track “DNA” at the awards show on November 19th. The video has currently reached over 30,000 RTs and is constantly garnering higher and higher numbers.
BTS continues to gain massive attention, spreading across Asia and around the globe. Influential media outlets such as Billboard, Forbes, and Hollywood Reporter have all published articles on the popular BigHit Entertainment group, emphasizing them as “K-pop superstars” and their continuance to conquer the music industry.
In related news, BTS will be making their U.S. talk show debut performing on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on November 15th and November 21st, respectively. They will be the first Kpop artist to perform on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and the first Kpop group to perform on “Ellen.”
— AMAs (@AMAs) November 10, 2017
Sarah (sapphir3bluu) is a writer for WTK from Las Vegas and fond of cats, k-pop, and singing. She enjoys learning new languages and is manager of Super Junior fanbase, WorldwideELFs, but has also done subbing work for EXO. If you don’t find her being slowly consumed by BTS, GOT7, NCT, and ASTRO, she is aspiring to go to graduate school and work in the health care field.
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