Ahead of their Grammys 2021 performance, K-Pop group BTS performed their Grammy-nominated song Dynamite at the Music On A Mission Concert. The band has been dropping one surprise after the other on their fans lately, and this performance came with a display of main vocalist Jeon Jungkook’s drumming skills.
The Golden Maknae has been amazing ARMYs with his multi-talented existence for 8 years now, and the fans totally lost it when the concert played out with drummer Jungkook at the centre, while other members – RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin and V surrounded him to deliver a memorable performance.
BTS, dressed sharply in mostly matching suits, lit up their global hit ‘Dynamite’ from the stage of an empty theater that, according to fans on social media, was the Kyunghee University Grand Peace Palace in Seoul. ARMYs can’t get over how Jungkook has upgraded his drumming skills over the years.
DRUMMER JUNGKOOK THROUGHOUT THE YEARS !!!#JUNGKOOK #JK #drummerjungkook #drummerjk #BTS #BTSxMusiCares #MusicOnAMission #BTS #방탄소년단 @BTS_twt pic.twitter.com/vLd2ZEC5Fv— ᴮᴱJungkook⁷ (@jungkookah_7) March 13, 2021
MusiCares is the Recording Academy’s charitable wing, and its annual concert during Grammy Week is its main source of fundraising virtually every year, said Variety. The organization distributes money to musicians, songwriters, producers, engineers, executives and more — in need, and in the past year they’ve distributed more than $22 million in COVID relief.
Dynamite became BTS’ first No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart when it was released last year. After years of logging Top 40 hits and selling out arenas and stadiums, the seven-member collective is competing for best pop duo/group performance at the Grammys this year and will also perform at Sunday’s show.