The documentary includes a side-by-side analysis of Michael Jackson's choreography alongside BTS, highlighting the K-pop group's music video for "Dynamite."
BTS' track 'Dynamite' found a spot in the eagerly awaited documentary "Thriller 40," released on the 40th anniversary of Michael Jackson's iconic album, 'Thriller'. The documentary delves into Michael Jackson's enduring influence on contemporary artists like BTS and the expanding K-pop landscape. Recent sneak peeks from the documentary have surfaced online.
The documentary includes a side-by-side analysis of Michael Jackson's choreography alongside BTS, highlighting the K-pop group's music video for "Dynamite." A segment dedicated to honouring Michael Jackson's legacy emphasizes, "Every move they do is all Michael Jackson," underscoring the legend's influence on the world of K-pop.
In reaction to this recognition, fans of BTS, collectively known as ARMY, expressed pride in the seven members, with many acclaiming them as legends.
In 2009, Michael Jackson passed away at the age of 50 due to a drug-induced cardiac arrest, leaving an enduring impact on the music industry.
As for BTS, consisting of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook, the group is presently on hiatus as its members fulfil mandatory military services. Jin, J-Hope, and Suga are already serving in the military, while the remaining members are gearing up to enlist soon. Throughout this break, individual members had concentrated on their solo careers.