BTS's First English-Language Single, "Dynamite," Is Just What I Need to Get Through 2020

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In case you need me, my forwarding address is the burger and donut restaurant in BTS's "Dynamite" music video. BTS's first English-language single does not disappoint, and the video is almost too beautiful for words.

From Jungkook's bedroom and RM's record store to J-Hope's cafe and the disco that I don't think I own fancy enough clothes for, the aesthetic is meticulous. It's a pastel-colored vintage daydream, and every outfit the boys wear is a bonafide look. The song itself is full of pop-culture references like King Kong, Rolling Stone, and LeBron James. There's even a nod to the classic boyband video style with a rotating shot of the group — you'll know it when you see it. You can watch all of Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook's crisp and clean dance moves in the video above and see why "Dynamite" became the most-viewed video ever in its first 24 hours on YouTube.