Will BTS Suga’s Wish Come True About the Kind of Impact They Want Their Music To Have in The US?

It is no longer a surprise that Suga has been speaking about BTS’ future successes in his music, at interviews and even with fellow members. Suga is someone who is always set on giving his best no matter what. He wants the world to love the music they produce, support it and be impacted by it. He once said that “if you listen to BTS music without prejudice you will come to love it” Which is true, of any music that artists produce, not being judgmental, questioning or dismissing the music because of certain unimportant reasons. At an interview, Suga and Jimin answered a question about what kind of impact that they would like their music to have on the United States music scene. This was back in 2017 when they were attending their very first Billboard Music Awards.

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BTS’ 2021 Grammy Nominations Brings Back “WHAT YOONGI WANTS, YOONGI GETS,” Here’s Why The Phrase is More Real Than Ever!

BTS’ Suga earned the nickname “Minstradamus” after his uncanny ability to predict BTS’s future achievements. He predicted BTS’s appearance at the Grammys, their first performance at the Billboard Music Awards, and much more. ARMY have normalized the saying “What Suga Wants, Suga Gets” or “What Yoongi wants, Yoongi Gets.” Here are some of Suga’s predictions that will give you goosebumps. During BTS’s 2015 Festa, Suga said that his wish was to see BTS perform at a large venue. He jokingly suggested Seoul’s Olympic Stadium even calling his wish “outrageous,” to the amusement of the other members. Then three years later, BTS performed at the Olympic Stadium on August 25 and 26 in 2018. Agust D (Suga) predicted BTS’s chart-topping success in his 2016 single “Agust D” claiming that BTS would conquer Billboard, rolls in 2017, and BTS was asked what the next step would be in their careers. In response, Suga said, “We want to perform at the Billboard Music Awards”. BTS performed “Fake Love” at the BBMAs in 2018.

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