Jimin BTS revealed his feelings for the band’s success and popularity.
Over the past year, K-pop juggernauts have released three hits in English – “Dynamite”, “Butter” and “Permission to dance” – all of which reached number one on the Billboard 100 Weverse magazine, member Jimin spoke about his thoughts on this success and how it affected him.
“At some point, he stopped feeling real,” the 25-year-old singer said, thanking fans for continuing to support them. “The reactions of the fans, the cover videos they uploaded and the challenges of dancing – I’m so thankful for that. It lit up my life,” Jimin said.
“We created these songs with good intentions, so people said they would enjoy listening, and that was our original goal,” he added. “Especially ‘Permission to Dance’ was the best news for now, so I think I found it very comforting too.”
Jimin’s thoughts on “Let’s Dance” are similar to what the BTS leader said RM. In a previous interview, RM said that giving in to the mood of the song “felt great.”, and found that it was written “several times,” where he seemed to simply rest.
Meanwhile, BTS Breastfeeding explained how labels would treat artists pushing them too hard will destroy the music industry. The rapper praised the band’s “Big Hit Music” label as “listen.”[ing] In the artist’s mind, ”and stressed that artists don’t always work like they did in their first debut.