We dive deep and then take a look at all the records BTS has broken over the years in honor of them performing again on America’s Got Talent, tonight!

BTS is a 7 member boy band that originates from South Korea, Seoul, and it is estimated as per CNBC that BTS adds $3.6 Billion to the Korean economy every year and more than $1 Billion dollars in consumer exports. But how did we get here and why are BTS such a bid deal?

Unlike popular assumption, BTS are not just some random letters strung together, instead, their full name is Bangtan Sonyeondan, which when translated to English, means Bulletproof Boy Scouts. Although some people do also assume that it means Beyond The Scene but any true Army member will tell you the true origin of their name
What Is BTS’ Genre?

BTS are a part of Korean popular music or better known as K Pop. It’s a music genre that blends together electronic, Hip-Hop, Pop, Rock, R&B and even Rap. Although this genre of music can be traced back to early 90’s, it only rose to popularity in the early 2000’s

How Are BTS Different From Other K-Pop Boy Bands?

Most boy band groups in Korea rely on TV for popularity, so when they were traveling or visiting other countries for concerts, they would lose out on the publicity they can potentially get, if they were on Korean TV. To remain relevant, available, and visible, K-Pop stars had to be in the country and not tour as much.

BTS did it differently because they used social media and relied on their global fans all over the world rather than focusing on television appearances for just fans based in Korea.

Tonight The Voice premiered its epic finale episode. This highly anticipated event is set to have a lot of big names in the music scene on their stage, but The Voice didn’t want to stop there. International phenomenon BTS appeared as holograms to perform with Coldplay.

All BTS albums in order:

BTS album list table of contents, in order of release:

2 Cool 4 Skool
Skool Luv Affair
Skool Luv Affair: Special Addition
No More Dream (Japanese album)
BOY IN LUV (Japanese album)
Dark & Wild
Danger (Japanese album)
Wake Up (Japanese album)
The Most Beautiful Moment In Life Pt.1
FOR YOU (Japanese album)
The Most Beautiful Moment In Life Pt.2
I NEED U (Japanese album)
RUN (Japanese album)
The Most Beautiful Moment In Life: Young Forever
Youth (Japanese album)
You Never Walk Alone
Blood Sweat & Tears (Japanese Album)
Love Yourself: Her
MIC DROP / DNA / CRYSTAL SNOW (Japanese album)
Face Yourself (Japanese album)
Love Yourself: Tear
Love Yourself: Answer
FAKE LOVE/Airplane Pt.2 (Japanese Album)
Map of the Soul: Persona
BTS World Original Soundtrack
Lights/Boy With Luv (Japanese album)
Map of the Soul: 7
Map of the Soul 7: The Journey (Japanese album)
“Film Out”
“Permission To Dance”

Last week, The Voice announced performers like Keke Palmer, Jennifer Lopez, Tori Kelly, Ed Sheeran, and others would take the stage during the finale. The show waited to announce some of their biggest performers, like Ariana Grande, the day before, but no one expected BTS to show up as holograms during Coldplay’s set!


Coldplay sang their song “My Universe,” which features the infamous boyband. This futuristic performance definitely didn’t disappoint with the BTS boys dancing and singing among a hypnotic light show. To add to the intensity of this surprise performance, the members of BTS disappeared and reappeared throughout the dance while Coldplay frontman Christ Martin stayed center stage. Fans of the K-pop group couldn’t turn their televisions on quick enough to see the band’s holograms on stage.

BTS (방탄소년단) 'Dynamite’ Official MV

Connect with BTS:


BTS (방탄소년단) '작은 것들을 위한 시 (Boy With Luv)

BTS Permission to Dance

BTS’ Jin, RM & Suga Have All Successfully Recovered From COVID-19

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