Final Lineup Released For Big Hit’s “2021 NEW YEAR’S EVE LIVE” Concert

The final lineup for the biggest, most anticipated end of the year concert, “2021 NEW YEAR’S EVE LIVE” have been revealed. NU’EST, ENHYPEN, GFriend, TXT, Lee Hyun, Bumzu, and BTS will be performing at the upcoming concert to be held on December 31, 2020.

According to the official statement from Big Hit Labels on their social media platform Weverse, “The ‘2021 NEW YEAR’S EVE LIVE presented by Weverse’ will be held as both an online live-streaming and offline (in-person) performance event on December 31 (Thur), 2020. ‘2021 NEW YEAR’S EVE LIVE presented by Weverse’ will be the first concert to feature Big Hit Labels artists in one grand event, capped with the countdown to welcome in the new year. Celebrate the last day of this year and usher in the first day of the new year with ‘2021 NEW YEAR’S EVE LIVE presented by Weverse [We’ve Connected]’, connecting together the hearts of Big Hit Labels artists and fans all around the world! “

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BTS’ Preorder “Life Goes On” Limited Edition 7 Vinyl Single is Already Sold Out!

Just a day after its release, BTS preorder “Life Goes On Limited Edition 7” Vinyl Single has already sold out! I’m sure it probably sold out within hours of its release! The demand right now for BTS is on an all time high as ARMY gears towards the 20th November comeback. If this is a sign of what is to come then expect the comeback to be even more explosive than what “Dynamite” has been so far! The power that is ARMY!

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BTS’ “Dynamite” has now Surpassed “Gangnam Style” to Become the Most Liked Music Video for a Korean Artist

“Dynamite” is BTS’s first full English song that is a 1970s-influenced disco-pop song with elements of funk, soul and bubblegum pop. Patrick Hosken of MTV praised the track and wrote, “the song itself is a blockbuster, not because it’s overstuffed with ideas but because it’s light and airy and, crucially, feels like summer.” When the video premiered on 21st August, it garnered over 3 million peak concurrent viewers setting a new all-time record for the biggest music video premiere on YouTube.

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