K-pop group BTS has released the new music video of the first single from their Japanese Album: Stay Gold.
During the unprecedented times when everything is seeming to go wrong the BTS have come up with their new mv ‘Stay Gold’ which will uplift your mood and give you hope to rise. The songs was released on June 19 across all platforms and the official music video dropped on Friday. Stay Gold is the first single from Japanese album Map of the Soul: 7 – The Journey.
Checkout the video here:
The song seems to be inspired by Covid-19 lockdown, where people are forced to stay indoors and everyone is battling their own battle. The music video features all the 7 members of BTS RM, Suga, J-Hope, Jin, V, Jungkook and Jimin. The video showcases how the boys are locked inside their home there is tide of emotions within each of them but their is still a hope alive within them.
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The song touches your soul and enlighten us on how to lead a life during these tough times. At the end of the video, all the 7 boys come together and see a ray of rope and eventually finds their final destination. Within 2 hour of it’s release the music video on YouTube has got more than 1.7 Million views with 2.1 million likes.
The BTS Army took their social media to celebrate the release of this new single. Army is gushing over the boy’s looks and charm. While someone is in awe of Taehyung, while others are dying over Jungkook.
— ijk.7.7⁷ (@jeonvdream) June 26, 2020
they finally made it to utopia—
— daddeh ⁷ (@vminggukx) June 26, 2020
We’re more than halfway through the minimum goal for likes, already?!😍
— All For ARMY⁷ (@allforarmy) June 26, 2020