Noisey Questionnaire of Life
BTS on Having No Friends, Drake and Pokemon
It's the seven member K-pop group giving some opinions!
Noisey UK Staff
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BTS’ Live Show Is a Glowing, Self-Affirming Safe Haven
For fans of the Korean boyband, like myself, their "love yourself" mantra swells in size in a live setting like London's O2 Arena.
Terrifying Stan Twitters Rejoice as Nicki Minaj Jumps on a BTS Song
It's a remix of the Korean boy band's new single, taken from their new album 'Love Yourself: Answer.'
Alex Robert Ross
BTS Vaults iTunes Charts After South Korea Saves Mexico's World Cup Chances
South Korea's surprise defeat of Germany ensured that Mexico would advance to the knockout stage, and Mexican fans are showing their gratitude seemingly by downloading K-pop.
BTS Will Probably Have the Number One Album in America This Week
The K-pop band's latest album 'Love Yourself: Tear' is apparently challenging Post Malone's 'Beerbongs and Bentleys' for the top position on the Billboard 200.
BTS Get Desiigner, of All People, to Run Riot on Their "MIC Drop" Remix
More "git-git-git" for your "grrrrrrrr-AH!"
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
BTS Had an Extremely Good Night at the AMAs
The K-pop sensations made their US TV debut, performing "DNA."
Seo Taiji & Boys Pioneered Socially Conscious K-Pop for Groups Like BTS
BTS’s trajectory leads fans to seek deeper meaning in their music, just as Seo Taiji did 25 years ago.
BTS Embody K-Pop's Present and Future Crossover
K-pop lyrics tend to play it safe but BTS’ songs tackle themes of online harassment, suicide, alongside critiques of police brutality.
Behind The Lens
We Went Behind the Scenes of Belly and Kehlani's "You" Video
We hung out on the set of the pair's eerie new video and talked their collaboration on Belly's latest project 'Another Day in Paradise.'
Check Out These Behind the Scenes Photos From Skepta's Next Music Video, "Ladies Hit Squad"
Featuring D Double E, A$AP Nast, Jammer, and a trio of gorgeous blue-soled Reeboks.
2015 Was Korean Rap's Breakthrough Year
If 2014 was the year the underground Korean rap scene captured mainstream attention, 2015 was the year it grew so big that even the Pacific Ocean couldn’t contain it.
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