“Never give up hope.” This is the message from BTS, the South Korean boy band, to their Indian fans, known as ARMY, as the country battles the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. The band has a sizable fan base in India and has yet to perform there.
“Our thoughts are with India,” member V told PTI in an email exchange when asked if there was a message for the ARMY in the country amid the pandemic. Keep fighting, Army, and never give up hope.” RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, and Jungkook make up the septet, which recently released their sec
The trio will perform the first on-stage performance of “Butter” at the forthcoming Billboard Music Awards (BBMAs), where they have been nominated for the best social artist honour for the second year in a row, an award they have won since 2017.
They’ve also been nominated in the categories of best duo/group, best song sales artist, and best selling song (“Dynamite”).
ond English single, “Butter.”