BTS members Don't like to be a part of the K-pop genre?  rm shed some light

BTS members Don’t like to be a part of the K-pop genre? rm shed some light

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BTS is one of the most successful bands. They are going places with their music. He recently released his new single Butter and it is already a huge hit. It has broken many records and is a contender to be BTS’s most viewed song on YouTube. Also Read – BTS: Impressed by Jin/Kim Seokjin’s unreal Disney prince look? Wait till you see how cool V, Jehop, RM, Suga look in the illustrated avatars

While BTS has been ingrained in the K-pop genre, band member RM feels that the group members don’t see it that way. In a recent interview to Rollingstone, he talked about BTS, which is a genre in itself and not K-pop. He had said, ‘This is a very important debate. Because what they call K-pop, that genre is spreading very fast. For example, in some so-called K-pop groups like Europe, India, China, there are only foreigners everywhere. There are no Korean members, but they do K-pop work, they’re changing parts, and so on.” Also Read – Throwback: When BTS’ V Reveals How One Of Her ‘Friends’ Made Her Out Of Jealousy – Deets From Inside

He said that BTS is also expanding very fast and K-pop is so pervasive now. He went on to say that one can say that K-pop is for Koreans who sing Korean songs. “That may be K-pop. But what about “Dynamite”? We sing the song in English. But we’re all Korean, so one might say it’s a K-pop song. Or they might say that It’s just a pop song because it’s in English.” He also said that the members don’t really care whether people see them as inside or outside K-pop. “The important fact is that we’re all Korean, and we’re singing a pop song. That’s why we said our genre is just BTS. This debate is very important to the music industry, but it doesn’t mean much to our members Yes, ”said the singer. Also Read – BTS: When Jungkook called Jin ‘old’ and the latter showed his energetic side to prove him wrong – WATCH VIDEO

It’s a good way to see the way things are shaping up in the music world. What are your thoughts on this? Tweet us at @bollywood_life and let us know.

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