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Music Video: BTS (방탄소년단) 'Permission to Dance'

Artisit: BTS

  • Genre: K-Pop
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:49

  • Copyright: BTS

Music Video For BTS (방탄소년단) 'Permission to Dance' By Artist BTS

Reviews For BTS (방탄소년단) 'Permission to Dance' By Artist BTS

  • BTS I wish for you to become an ARMY

    5
    By liokicious
    Excellent group I love these new songs as much as there Korean songs these are true artist very talented and humble me guys, they are the best all I can say is the best is yet to come … fighting!
  • YAS

    5
    By empress Ava👑👸
    Happy vibes 💜💜💜😆
  • Army girl 👧🏻 azin 💝

    5
    By Nice💜bts🧡
    This song is very goooood🥺💓💓💓 These seven angels 👼 are 😭😭🌸✌🏻 Jin💜 Jhoop💙 RM💛 Soga🧡 Jimin💚 V❤️ Jk💕 I love you ❤️💕
  • Ashley Valdez

    5
    By hammy0522
    Gabby friends not love No hurt me Kincardin she me upstairs me face No please I don’t hurt me no more I’m feeling Bad i’m OK don’t worry about me you are sorry bts me please thank you you this because you worryI help me guys
  • What we all need right now!

    5
    By GabiGCG
    Awesome song and HAPPY video! Love love love BTS!!!!! They're gettin' us through this!
  • Love it!!

    5
    By Itbeginshere
    Great song with great message. Thanks to BTS.
  • La

    5
    By Red 33332221111
    I liked it a lot!!!
  • Dance!

    5
    By iimandii
    Great song and the video is so fun to watch!
  • Love the video

    5
    By reikfan
    I love how the incorporated sign language in their dance choreography
  • Music with a hopeful message

    5
    By JLG2007
    I've seen some people complain about this song online and decided to check it out. At first, I thought it was just a catchy song - all pop. But then I saw the vido and actually listened more closely to the lyrics. I was crying by the end. The pandemic has been so hard on many of us - seeing the joy all the workers had and removing their masks. It reminded me not only what I lost, but that I can't let that hold me back. We can still find joy and comfort in others and in music. I was also impressed by the ASL used - very touching. Everyone needs to hear this and see this video - the message is one of healing and hope.

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