But it's more than just a cultural shift. In June, K-pop fans demonstrated their communal power by helping to sabotage a Donald Trump rally in Tulsa. Much like anime and manga unites fans of Japanese comics and animation, Korean pop music has cultivated a fandom that's at once niche but beastly in its size and strength. Other than its geographical origin, K-pop of the present day is defined by, though not limited to, certain hallmarks: EDM, hip-hop and soulful ballads in its sound, effortlessly sharp choreography in its music videos and an impeccable, fashion-forward sense of style. Individual artists and songwriters in their own right, BTS -- also known as the Bangtan Boys -- were brought together by record label Big Hit in and have gone on to amass a string of hit records, as well as a passionate and socially-conscious fanbase known as the ARMY. CBR: So, for the unfamiliar, what would you say makes BTS -- more than any other K-pop group -- deserving of a book like this, and of particular interest to you as a specialist on the subject?
Blood Sweat & Tears (song)
Blood Sweat & Tears (Japanese Version) - BTS (Bangtan Boys) - NhacCuaTui
Blood, sweat, tears Even now I will give them It's just overflowing Blood, sweat, tears This feeling is oh It's just overflowing Blood, sweat, tears With this blood, sweat, tears Yesterday, today, and tomorrow It's all yours I know that Peaches and cream Sweeter than sweet Chocolate cheeks And chocolate wings But these feathers look demonic In reverse, if sweet is bitter bitter Kiss me Because it can be painful Hold me all the way Baby Even though I know you're intoxicating, I drink you You're Risky Whiskey Blood, sweat, tears Even now I will give them It's just overflowing
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Lauv , they enjoyed a truly golden era. At first glance, the music video seems thematically incongruous with the lyrics, which speak of a desire to give in to the temptation of a potentially toxic love. No doubt, the set and costumes reeking of material excess are a gesture towards the level of desperation tingeing the song, in that if all this luxury still cannot satisfy BTS, they must be craving something that necessitates the sacrifice of possessions much more intimate and precious than money.