BTS has as soon as once more set new information for themselves with their newest monitor, Permission To Dance. The new music video has now surpassed 100 million views after its launch on July 9. The monitor is presently the thirty fifth full group music video of BTS to attain this feat, following their earlier successes corresponding to Blood, Sweat & Tears, Dynamite, Butter and others.
Permission To Dance has been co-written by Ed Sheeran in collaboration with Steve Mac, Johnny McDaid and Jenna Andrews, who had earlier labored with BTS for Dynamite and Butter.
In Permission To Dance, the septet think about the top of the pandemic, aside from busting some hip strikes.
Ed Sheeran had earlier written on social media, “Wrote this song a while ago and so happy it’s being heard on such a world stage and being sung by such talented people. Check out Permission to Dance by @bts.bighitofficial on all platforms x.”
Wrote this tune a whereas in the past and so blissful it’s being heard on such a world stage and being sung by such gifted individuals. Check out Permission to Dance by @BTS_twt @bts_bighit on all platforms x
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— Ed Sheeran (@edsheeran) July 9, 2021
This is his second collaboration with the band after ‘Make It Right’. In an interview with the American radio present Most Requested Live, Ed shared, “I’ve actually worked with BTS on their last record, and I’ve just written a song for their new record. And they’re like super, super cool guys as well.”
With Permission To Dance, Butter topping the Hot 100 for six weeks, and their vogue runway debut, BTS is on a roll in the meanwhile. The South Korean band’s international fan-base known as ARMY is increasing by the minute. In an interview with Jaeki Cho for Amazon Music, BTS’ RM opened up concerning the love of the followers. “Everyone asks us why do we have such a diverse fandom? When you are in the eye of a hurricane, you can’t find out. When the hurricane goes away, we’ll find out.”