There is no doubt that K-pop artists, BTS, are some of the greatest boy bands in the music world. They are often trending on Twitter and other social media platforms thanks to their loyal fan base known as the BTS Army. But despite being so popular, BTS members don’t have their individual social media accounts to connect with their fans. We will tell you the reason.
This septet has fans from all over the world and to connect with them the K-pop group has created an account on every social media platform like Twitter, Weverse and Instagram. All seven members of the BTS group use the same group to collectively interact with their fans and share their personal images and videos.
The idea of not having individual social media accounts for all BTS members was to bring their fans together in one place and keep them entertained as much as they wanted. In this way, the BTS army does not have to search for different members and diligently follow them. This decision is in stark contrast to Hollywood boy groups such as The Jonas Brothers where all of them have their individual accounts.
BTS pop heroes set the stage on fire with a virtual performance of their hit single Dynamite at the 63rd Grammy Awards, which took place in Los Angeles on March 14. the Grammys rooftop stage offering a breathtaking night view of the South Korean capital.
This year, the group won their first Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo / Group Performance, but they lost to Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande in the Best Duo / Pop Group Performance category.
This is the third consecutive year that BTS has participated in the Grammy Awards. In 2019, they first appeared as presenters for Best R&B Album, and last year the band took to the stage for Old Town Road alongside Lil Nas X and other performers.