BTS became the latest to perform on NPR’s “Tiny Desk” concert series Monday.
The K-pop group kicked things off by belting out their latest single “Dynamite”, their first fully English-language song.
Despite starting the concert sitting down, they couldn’t resist getting up and dancing throughout the catchy track.
The group told fans how honoured they were to be performing on the show before singing “Save Me” from 2016 and 2017’s “Spring Day”.
With BTS’ huge global fanbase, it’s no surprise the clip broke another record Monday.
NPR confirmed the group broke the series record for most YouTube views on its first day, accomplished in about 25 minutes.
The concert comes after Billie Eilish, Harry Styles, and Norah Jones performed on the series in recent weeks.
Unsurprisingly, the BTS gig went down a storm on Twitter. See some of the reaction below.
— ⟭⟬ MK⁷ ⟬⟭💜🌻 (@mk_friendly) September 21, 2020
my favest BTS US appearance yet . i really love tiny desk im so happy they did this 🥺 aaa i wish it was longer https://t.co/GjMIToJdus
— nissy⁷ 🐨 (@honeyfaery) September 21, 2020
The tiny desk concert was soooo good. Thanks guys for being so uplifting! 💜💜💜💜💜💜💜 @BTS_twt
— 0mky ⁷ ⟭⟬ ⟬⟭ 💜 BTS 💜 Namjoon Day! (@0mky_ilovelies) September 21, 2020
y’all’s tiny desk performance was amazing today !!! even though i had to set an alarm and wake up early, i still really enjoyed it 🥺 i started tearing up during save me & spring day 😭😭
— hana⁷♡ (@namumaisvu) September 21, 2020
— Khoula🐨 (@Khoula_imidha) September 21, 2020
the best thing about the tiny desk concert was that @BTS_twt was really enjoying themselves, and my heart is happy when the boys are happy 💜
— Lin ⁷⁺¹³ (@PinsByLin_) September 21, 2020
Today's Tiny Desk Concert summary
BTS performed Dynamite, making us happy and to be happy
Then performed Save me, telling us they miss us and our presence
And then performed Spring day, assuring us that we will meet again & everything gonna be fine
— Pinky⁷ ᴮᴮ ᴴᵒᵗ¹⁰⁰ ᴺᵒ ¹⟭⟬ ⟬⟭ 📌 (@BtsPanther) September 21, 2020