Written by Giavanna Foster

BTS (방탄소년단) and Steve Aoki’s latest collaboration is trending on social media. Steve Aoki’s “Mic Drop” remix peaked at #4 on YouTube Trending. BTS performed their debut performance of the “Mic Drop” remix on Ellen DeGeneres’ show. Here’s the scoop:

The Steve Aoki remix of BTS’ “Mic Drop” is a high-energy song featuring drum beats, synths, and bass. In the official MV video, BTS performs a synchronized dance routine while singing and rapping to the catchy groove. Steve Aoki bobs his head to the beats as he uses his DJ equipment in the video. Images of microphones as well as explosive backgrounds with contrast are featured in the official MV video. BTS’ “Mic Drop” is about achieving success by rising above all negative words while showing determination.


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Now, K-Pop group BTS has achieved global fame and success. With the help of their A.R.M.Y. fans, BTS is creating major buzz on social media. BTS has 10.3 million Twitter followers and 2.1+ billion YouTube views. BTS’ album, Love Yourself: Her, landed the No. 1 position in 73 countries. K-Pop group BTS is loved by fans all over the world. BTS is an unstoppable force because their teamwork and combined talents creates electrifying performances.

BTS performed the “Mic Drop” remix on Ellen Show. Ellen DeGeneres informed her audience that millions of people demanded it. Also, BTS landed Time’s 2017 list of the “top 25 most influential people on the Internet”. BTS danced to Steve Aoki’s remix while singing and rapping. The K-Pop group performed their new single with a high-energy dance routine. While BTS performed, the lights in the background changed colors. Their stage presence, dance routine, and teamwork created an electrifying performance.

Steve Aoki’s “Mic Drop” remix is creating buzz on social media. On Twitter, Aoki posted a video of himself dancing to the new remix. This tweet received over 100,000 likes. “Rocking live for the first time!! Let’s blow this record up!! “, Aoki wrote. See his tweet below: