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Music Video: 'Black Swan' Art Film performed by MN Dance Company

Artisit: BTS

  • Genre: K-Pop
  • Release Date: 2020
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 5:22

  • Copyright: BTS

Music Video For 'Black Swan' Art Film performed by MN Dance Company By Artist BTS

Reviews For 'Black Swan' Art Film performed by MN Dance Company By Artist BTS

  • A true Art Piece

    By pandorum21
    BTS never fails to bring together multiple forms of art together. This video is absolutely breathtaking. The orchestral sound combined with the lyrics and dance provided by the MN Dance company brings a powerful and emotional performance that took my breath away. I wil be waiting patiently for the day that this version of 'Black Swan' also becomes available on streaming platforms. I love both versions, but I feel that this version in particular really emulates what the lyrics are about.
  • Awesome

    By wat is my nickname lol
  • pure art

    By Xandra997
    the dancers did a stunning job
  • real dancing

    By duffdance
    just like the real dancing that BTS itself does in videos; THIS IS REAL DANCING. please stop watching dance moms, dancing with the stars (scrubs), flitry dancing & even, so you think you can dance. Real dancing is not the bump & grind of a superbowl halftime show. Real dancing is not a 90 second pyrotechnical display. Go check out a local college dance company or better yet, a professional dance company of any sort. You WILL be amazed.
  • Black swan

    By matataking
    Best song of the year

    By Caitlin Faith
    string instruments fill the void in my soul. this version completes me
  • Bein honest

    By a person 🤓
    Don’t attack me but I personally don’t like bts’ music. I mean, it’s just not my style. But there dancing and music videos are always amazing
  • Black swan 👌🏿

    By fateme'''
    Thought Provoking
  • Boring

    By MrsDeGraw
    Same as all the boybands who came before them with a rabid teen girl fan base who are very toxic and malicious who thinks a band member will marry them lol. Like One Direction, Big Time Rush, Why Don’t We....Another phase who’ll be gone in 5 years or less.
  • No

    By Awdboy

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