Every BTS Music Video From 2013 to Today: Watch Their Evolution


The newest installment of Billboard’s weekly “Music Video Evolution” video sequence is devoted to Okay-pop superstars BTS, relationship again to their very first music video “No More Dream” and operating right through their most up-to-date launch, “IDOL.”

Beginning with 2013’s “No More Dream” and “We Are Bulletproof Pt2,” which appeared on the band’s debut single album 2 Cool four Skool, the video launched the world to the group’s extraordinary rapping and dance abilities.

That similar 12 months, the blokes additionally dropped “N.O,” which served because the lead single on their EP O!RUL8,2? and aimed to deal with the state of the schooling system and the way it turned college students into “learning machines.”

In 2014, BTS shared movies for “Boy In Luv,” “Just One Day,” and “Danger,” the latter of which, as Billboard beforehand described, follows the band members as they “specific anger and keenness in the direction of a lover who received’t give them the time of day.”

The following 12 months, RM shared visuals for a handful of his solo tracks together with “Awakening” and the marginally trippy “Do You,” which reminded listeners to “Do the fuck you need.” The band additionally launched movies for “I Need U” and “For You,” in addition to the movies for “Dope,” which not too long ago surpassed 350 million views on YouTube, changing into their third video to take action and making them the one Korean group to see a trio of movies do this.

2016’s “Epilogue: Young Forever” noticed the band stroll by a large maze manufactured from chain-link fences, whereas the energetic “Fire” and Suga’s solo tracks “Agust D” and “Give It To Me” adopted.

“Spring Day” and “Not Today” have been amongst BTS’ 2017 releases, as have been “DNA” – which BTS have described as a few of the most tough choreography they’ve needed to grasp so far, and options strikes impressed by the construction of DNA itself – and the Steve Aoki-remixed “MIC Drop.”

BTS member J-Hope dropped his solo tracks “Daydream” and “Airplane” in 2018, whereas your complete group shared “Fake Love” and, most not too long ago, the video for “IDOL,” which broke the file for the largest music video debut in YouTube historical past, incomes greater than 45 million views in its first 24 hours on-line. The video was additionally re-released to incorporate Nicki Minaj’s function.

You can watch all of those movies, and plenty of extra, by watching BTS’ music video evolution beneath.