BTS finished recording their Grammys performance. Last night, BTS pre-recorded their Grammys performance at the rooftop of a high-rise building located on Yeouido, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul.
The news of their recordings circulated through online communities when fans shared photos of a stage with BTS’s logo on it. While the concept of this year’s Grammy Awards performance is known as a “circular” stage, BTS appears to have performed on the roof of the building.
However, the label failed to give clear answers as it wasn’t one of BTS’s announced schedules. The official concepts and performances will be revealed at the awards ceremony. As the team has shown outstanding live performances throughout their career, ARMYs are already hyped up for the upcoming major event.
BTS made a new history in K-pop music when they were nominated for the “BEST POP DUO/GROUP PERFORMANCE” category with their hit song “Dynamite” (released in August 2020) for the 63rd Grammy. The event will be broadcast live on CBS (America) and Mnet (Korea) on March 15 at 8:55 am KST. It is an unprecedented achievement for a K-pop artist to be nominated for the Grammy Awards or perform solo on stage.
After the Grammys, BTS plans to visit viewers with two special talk shows: tvN’s Yoo Quiz on the Block’s BTS special on March 24 at 8:40 pm KST and KBS’s Let’s BTS on March 29 at 10:40 pm KST.