BTS has once again set new records with their latest track, Permission To Dance. The new music video has surpassed 100 million views since its release on July 9, now the track is the 35th full-length BTS band to achieve this feat, following previous hits such as Blood, Sweat & Tears, Dynamite, Butter and others.
Permission To Dance was written by Ed Sheeran with Steve Mac, Johnny McDaid and Jenna Andrews, who had previously worked with BTS on Dynamite and Butter.
In Permission To Dance, the septets imagine the end of the pandemic, in addition to cutting some hip changes.
Ed Sheeran wrote earlier on social media: “She wrote this song some time ago and is very happy to hear it on such a world stage and sing with talented people. See @ bts.bighitofficial’s Dance to Permission to dance on all platforms x.”
He wrote this song some time ago and is very happy to hear it on stage all over the world and it is sung by talented people. See Permission to Dance @BTS_twt @bts_bighit on all platforms x
Post it again @teddysphotos Instagram https://t.co/0JaDjEgXI3 #PermissiontoDance pic.twitter.com/pAsr7XJ7pp
– Ed Sheeran (@edsheeran) July 9, 2021
“Make It Right” is his second collaboration with the group since. In an interview with American radio show Ed Requeste Live, Ed shared: “Actually, I worked with BTS on the last record, and I just wrote a song for their new record. And they’re like super guys, super cool.”
With Permission To Dance, Butter dominated the Hot 100 for six weeks, and with her fashion debut, BTS is in for a treat. The South Korean team’s ARMY hobby is spreading around the world every minute. In an interview with Amazon Music by Jaeki Cho, BTS’s RM talked about the love of fans. “Everyone asks us why we have such a diverse hobby? When you’re in the eye of a hurricane, you can’t tell. When the hurricane goes away, we will know. “