The K-pop sensations performed the 1997 track for their Live Lounge debut but added their own rock twist to it with additional guitars and drums.
They also delivered live performances of their hit songs ‘Dynamite’ and newly released track ‘Permission to Dance’.
Last week, BTS became the first artists to replace themselves at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart since Drake in 2018.
Their track ‘Permission To Dance’ ended the seven-week long chart-topping streak by the groups previous single ‘Butter’.
BTS, member J-Hope also recently discussed the constant pressure he and the band receive to continuously improve as performers.
“Whenever I try to embrace an unintended success, in my mind I’m always like… It’s like half happiness, half a feeling that makes me think seriously about what I accomplished,” he said.
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