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LISTEN: BTS drops four ‘NightTime’ versions of ‘Dynamite’!

By Mica Rodriguez Published Sep 18, 2020 12:00 am

Can't get enough of BTS' first ever all-English song Dynamite? After the success of their trending performance for the Semi-Finals of America's Got Talent yesterday, Big Hit Entertainment announced last night through Weverse that they're dropping four new official remixes of Dynamite!

Previously, the group released four different remixes of Dynamite: Acoustic, EDM, Tropical, and Poolside fondly called the "Daytime Remix."

Nobody knows the ARMY other than BTS themselves. They know that most fans stay up at night lounging in their homes while playing some of their "night friendly" songs if they need to relax, mellow down or even sleep.

The "NightTime" bundle contains the following versions: “Slow Jam”, “Midnight”, “Retro” and “Bedroom” which they dropped at 1 p.m. KST via different music platforms. These versions are reminiscent of the '90s R&B flava and '70s disco pop rock energy. These are also perfect for night driving!

Slow Jam




For BTS Army, this serves as a nice surprise from the group. BTS  made history by becoming the first artists from South Korea to top the Billboard’s Hot 100 singles chart with Dynamite and they’ve maintained the top position for two straight weeks. It is only the 20th song in history to do so. The song is No. 2 in this week’s countdown.

With the addition of the new remixes, we won’t be surprised if these versions will be included in the Billboard Top 10 Global Charts next week. The band is also set to release a "Choreography version" of Dynamite on September 26 at 9 a.m. KST filmed at a "secret’ venue." Will the version they’ll use be one of the four new remixes? We’re eager to find out!

BTS is also set to make a special appearance on the finals night of the reality show I-Land tonight at 8 p.m. KST. Global fans can watch the live performance and elimination through Big Hit Label’s official YouTube channel.

On September 19 at 10 a.m. KST, RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook are scheduled to perform at the iHeart Radio Music Festival.

What can we say? BTS Army are spoiled with BTS content while on quarantine!

You may now listen and download the NightTime remixes of Dynamite by BTS on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, Deezer and Tidal.