I have recently grown a over-the-top obsession for a popular South Korean band by the name of BTS. BTS’ songs (with subtitles) combined, are a progression of important messages that are expressed through enticing dances and catchy lyrics. Although people criticize me for my obsession, I have good reason. BTS is able to get important messages and morals across to the youth very affectively, as many of their fans listen constantly (including myself, hehe…). BTS can be appreciated by truly listening to the matter beyond the words. Sure, there are other artists that have similar messages, but due to the larger number of members in BTS, more lines of thought are given from different “points of view” and more opinions are expressed.
Aside from the messages that are beneficial to change your view on, essentially, life, their music is catchy and fun to listen to. Whenever a BTS song comes on, I am immediately filled with joy, and after the song is over, I am left with a sense of awe as to how seven completely different people’s voices could blend together seamlessly. Also, the music videos are more than enough to get your feet tapping. Their choreography is very intriguing to watch. With their quick steps and overbearing energy, that’s something that is almost certain to get you hooked. (not to mention that all seven are VERY aesthetically pleasing).
BTS is a band that I feel good listening to. Their songs are catchy, leaving you humming more than several hours after you’ve heard it. The music videos are dramatic, but in a good way. The music videos have a great plot, despite it being accompanied with a song. The “plot”, when mixed with the lyrics of the song, give the listener/viewer a sense of being. Sometimes, the plot does not correspond exactly with the words, but they leave you to put 2 and 2 together to make something great out of it. Overall, BTS has changed how I perceive my surroundings, and their music is head-boppingly catchy.