BTS Perform Life Goes On, Blue and Grey, Telepathy at MTV Unplugged

BTS fans may be missing watching the stage exhibitions of the K-pop band from across the world yet the gathering is ensuring that the fans get their normal portion of BTS love for all intents and purposes. RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook as of late showed up on MTV Unplugged and engaged their fans with the tracks from their most recent collection BE. The band performed “Blue and Gray”, “Telepathy” and “Life Goes On”. They likewise shocked fans with a cover form of Coldplay’s “Fix You”.


This was the band’s first presentation as a septet in 2021 as Suga was long gone for some time because of his shoulder a medical procedure. This was additionally the main that fans heard the band performing “Blue and Gray” and “Telepathy”.

As the exhibition finished, RM said that they needed to draw out these exhibitions in a live show yet can’t do as such because of the pandemic. “We will keep on remaining close by this year with great music,” said Jungkook in a message to the BTS ARMY.


“We should show you these stages at a live show, so we’re sorry we needed to do it distantly, however trust a large number of you actually delighted in it. We’re so appreciative we got this opportunity to perform live. We truly trust ARMY enjoys it,” said Suga. “In 2021, we’ll keep on being who we are as BTS and bring incredible music, solace and recuperating,” said V.

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“We Want to see our fans in India” said BTS:

BE delivered in November 2020 and the title track “Life Goes On” was enlivened by the topic of the worldwide lockdown. In a past meeting with NDTV, BTS had said, “We want to see our fans in India and show them our performances. We hope that day will come soon when this pandemic comes to an end.”

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“I think like never before, during this worldwide pandemic, the music rises above obstructions, ethnicities and age. It’s urging for us to hear how our music gave some energy through a troublesome period. What’s more, I imagine that the best approach to conquer this is for us all to get a hold of ourselves,” they added.

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