BTS receive first-ever Grammy nomination for hit single, 'Dynamite'

BTS receive first-ever Grammy nomination for hit single, 'Dynamite'


BTS are making their way back to the Grammys and this time, they'll be returning as nominees.

In a livestream announcement on 25 November, the Recording Academy revealed the nominees for all 83 categories for the 63rd Grammy Awards.

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The global pop stars received their much-awaited Grammy nomination for their first English single and Billboard Hot 100 #1 hit, 'Dynamite'. BTS are going up against J. Balvin, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny, and Tainy, Taylor Swift and Bon Iver, Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande, and Justin Bieber and Quavo, for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.

The nomination makes the group the first-ever South Korean pop act to ever be nominated for a Grammy Award.


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In a series of tweets, BTS members V, Jungkook, RM, and Jimin shared their reaction to the nomination.

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The group also shared their thanks to their fans and the Recording Academy.

BTS join the likes of HAIM, Phoebe Bridgers, The Strokes, Doja Cat, Beyonce, and more as nominees for the 63rd Grammy Awards. The annual awards ceremony airs on 31 January 2021, 8 PM EST (1 February, 8 AM ID/TH Standard Time; 9 AM PH/SG/MY Standard Time; 10 AM KR/JP Standard Time) via CBS.

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Watch their performance of 'Dynamite' at the 2020 American Music Awards: