BTS got a triple portion of uplifting news when the 65th yearly Grammy selections were declared on Tuesday (Nov. 15). The gathering is competing for best pop team/bunch execution for the third year straight with “My Universe,” a collab with Coldplay. They are up for best music video for “On the way.” And they are selected for collection of the year as highlighted specialists on Coldplay’s Music of the Circles.
It’s whenever the K-pop sensations first have been named in more than one Grammy class at whatever year.
BTS was designated for best pop team/bunch execution with “Explosive” (2020) and “Spread” (2021). They are the main demonstration to be named three years straight in this classification since it was presented as a feature of a Grammy redo of its classification structure in 2011.
“My Universe” is the second collab by two gatherings to be designated for best pop team/bunch execution. Coldplay was additionally engaged with the first, “Something Very much Like This,” a 2017 collab with The Chainsmokers.
Three individuals from BTS – J-Trust (Jung Ho-Seok), RM (Kim Nam-Joon) and Suga (Min Yoon-Gi) — are likewise credited as musicians on the Coldplay collection, so they would have been collection of the year chosen people regardless of whether BTS were not recorded as included specialists.
Different chosen people for best pop team/bunch execution are ABBA’s “Don’t Close Me Down” and three collabs by solo craftsmen – Camila Cabello highlighting Ed Sheeran’s “Bam,” Post Malone and Doja Feline’s “I Like You (A More joyful Tune)” and Sam Smith and Kim Petras’ “Unholy.”
Different chosen people for best music video are Adele’s “Simple on Me,” Doja Feline’s “Lady,” Kendrick Lamar’s “The Heart Section 5,” Harry Styles’ “As It Was” and Taylor Quick’s Really quite Well: The Short Film.