BTS to perform ‘Life Goes On’ for the first time at AMA on 22nd November
BTS, a South Korean boy band, is all set to perform ‘Life Goes On’ for the very first time at the AMAs
BTS, a South Korean boy band, will perform ‘Life Goes On’ at the American Music Awards 2020. AMA will go on air at 8pm EST on 22nd November. The band will be performing it live for the first time.
BTS will make its first ever television appearance by performing their new track ‘Life Goes On’ at the AMAs and will perform it live for their fans. This boy-band made its debut in the year 2013 with a single album ‘2 Cool 4 Skool’.
The Korean band is popularly known as the ‘Bangtan Boys’ originally performing hip hop tracks. The lyrics often focuses on personal and social commentary, slight themes of mental health, troubles of school-age youth, loss, the journey towards loving oneself, and individualism.
According to Republic World, the band will also perform their record-breaking track Dynamite at the AMAs. BTS’ Army can watch the award show at 9 am the next day, that is on 23rd November according to Korean time.
The American Music Awards took to their Twitter account to inform the BTS fans about their live performance. They captioned the post as, “LISTEN UP, ARMY! @BTS_twt will make the TV debut of their highly anticipated new single, and perform their record breaking hit “Dynamite” at the 2020 #AMAs! Don’t miss it, November 22nd at 8/7c on ABC.”
Have a look at the post:
LISTEN UP, ARMY! @BTS_twt will make the TV debut of their highly anticipated new single, and perform their record breaking hit “Dynamite” at the 2020 #AMAs! Don't miss it, November 22nd at 8/7c on ABC. pic.twitter.com/K7N62Jx3J7
— American Music Awards (@AMAs) October 30, 2020