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BTS Cover “I’ll Be Missing You” As Part of Inaugural Live Lounge Performance: Watch

The boyband also sang "Dynamite" and "Permission to Dance"

BTS BBC Live Longue
BTS perform on Live Longue, photo via BBC
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    ARMY, assemble: BTS’s first-ever Live Lounge performance is here. The K-pop icons recently stopped by BBC One perform their blockbuster smash “Dynamite,” their latest single “Permission to Dance,” and a cover of Puff Daddy and Faith Evans’ “I’ll Be Missing You.” Watch the full session below.

    “[BTS] have been so passionate, so supportive and have hoped for a Radio 1 Live Lounge since the first time we played the band,” Radio 1 presenter Adele Roberts said in a press release ahead of the performance. “Four years later, BTS have broken records, barriers, and boundaries. That dream is now going to be a reality. I’m beyond excited for us to finally be hosting the biggest boy band in the world!”

    BTS also recently performed “Permission to Dance” and their single “Butter” during a two-night residency on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Speaking of “Permission to Dance,” we recently asked an American Sign Language expert to break down the video’s choreography.

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    Editor’s note: If you’re a member of ARMY, be sure to check out Stanning BTS. Hosted by Kayla and Bethany, the bi-monthly podcast covers all things BTS. Listen/subscribe here.

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