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BTS releases a new remix of Dynamite version NightTime



BTS Dynamite Remixes NightTIme

BTS declared the release of a few remixes of the single ‘Dynamite’, the new versions are named NightTime, a mind-boggling idea that will cause you to enjoy the ability of idols.

The Bangtan Boys astounded their fans the world over in August by releasing the single ‘Dynamite’, an English song that denotes the K-pop band’s third musical comeback in 2020.

The MV for their track broke the record as the most-watched clip in the shortest time, registering 100 million views in 24 hours, reaffirming the power and popularity of the band represented by the Big Hit Entertainment organization.

Jin, Jungkook, Jimin, J-Hope, Suga, V, and RM set up a few various versions of ‘Dynamite’ with fascinating mixes that add a new twist to the song composed by David Stewart and Jessica Agombar.

The Big Hit Entertainment organization declared the debut of a few versions of the Bangtan Boys single because of the incredible achievement of their musical work.

NightTime and DayTime are the two ideas of the remixes of ‘Dynamite’, even though we realize that you will love the songs, every one of the tracks has an alternate style that recognizes them.

‘Dynamite’ NightTime is slower, deeper remixes that guarantee to give new resonance to the BTS idol song. ‘Dynamite’ NightTime will have 4 different tracks:

  • Slow Jam
  • Bedroom
  • Retro
  • Midnight

‘Dynamite’ DayTime are remixes that were already released on the group’s YouTube channel and that ARMY can likewise appreciate on other music platforms, the 4 versions are: ‘Acoustic’, ‘EDM’, ‘Tropical’ and ‘Poolside’.

The songs that make up the remix of ‘Dynamite’ NightTime version released on September 18 at 1 pm in Korean time.

BTS keeps on winning on the Billboard Hot 100 with Dynamite.

The release follows the first and second batch of remixes, which incorporate acoustic, electronic dance, poolside and tropical versions. With the third batch of remixes, BTS will presently have nine distinct versions of “Dynamite.”

While the past remixes are “upbeat and rhythmic songs suitable for daytime, the latest releases are for nighttime [and] can be calming and relaxing,” the agency clarified.

“Dynamite,” the group’s first all-English single, has been breaking various records including besting the Billboard Hot 100 for about fourteen days. It became the 20th song in history to have stayed on top of the chart for two straight weeks.

The group is right now in the United States, showing up on different programs like “America’s Got Talent” on Sept. 16. The next stage on their agenda is the iHeartRadio Music Festival, which is set to occur on Saturday.

Dan Zinman started his career as an astronomer and college professor and quickly expanded into popularizing the understanding of science and scientific discovery. He did this through writing books, essays, and articles. He is contributing by writing news articles for


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