BTS Challenges Fans To Dance On Their Latest Track ‘Permission To Dance’ Check Out!

“Following seven incredible weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 list with ‘Butter,’ ‘Permission to Dance’ has reached the top of the chart for its first week. Thanks to the support of all fans,” BigHit Music stated in a statement issued on Reverse.” We’ve produced a remix version of ‘Permission to Dancing’ to convey our gratitude to fans who are always connected to BTS’ music and send them your love.”

They further added ‘“Permission to Dance (R&B Remix)’ has a unique 1990s vibe to it, With minimalistic synth tones that draw your attention to the vocals even more.”

BTS and YouTube will launch the ‘Permission to Dance’ Challenge Today, July 23. It will run until Saturday, August 14, exclusively on YouTube Shorts. Following its global expansion, BTS is encouraging the world to dance along with them to their new music, ‘Permission to Dance,’. It is the first-ever worldwide dance challenge on YouTube Shorts.

Starting this Friday, anyone from anywhere in the world may create a 15-second YouTube Short. By duplicating the key dance routines from the music video directly from the YouTube mobile app. The dancing routines for this challenge are the “International Sign” gestures shown in the music video by the septet, which indicate “Joy,” “Dance,” and “Peace.”

BTS is bringing the globe together again with this particular dance. Allowing individuals to add their own flair to their YouTube Shorts productions. Much as the lyrics of ‘Permission to Dance’ invite listeners to move to the rhythm of their heartbeat.

BTS’ latest track, ‘Permission to Dance,’ has dethroned their own song ‘Butter’ from the top of the Billboard Hot 100. The song is BTS’ fifth No. 1 in ten months and two weeks. They have become the first group since Michael Jackson in 1987-88 to achieve this feat. With ‘Permission to Dancing,’ BTS also topped YouTube’s Global Top Artists Chart and Global Top Songs Chart this week. 

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