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BTS New Hit Single Dynamite Debuts In Fortnite


Korean pop-sensation BTS partners up with Epic Games by premiering their hit single Dynamite into their popular video game Fortnite. 

The video will premiere a new never before seen exclusive choreography for the game.

Players will be able to enjoy dancing and singing along with the graphics for  the Dynamite Tropical karaoke remix.

The premiere took place in Fortnite’s Party Royale Mode where the players can enjoy the game  together as they watch concerts and movies with their friends. 

“We’re always looking to partner with talented artists who are interested in pushing boundaries and finding innovative ways to reach fans,” said Nate Nanzer, Head of Global Partnerships at Epic Games. “BTS is not only incredibly popular worldwide, but their talent, creativity, and forward-thinking attitude made them a perfect match. We’re honored to host their premiere.”

Fortnite players will now be able to purchase a two emotes bundle choreographed by pop-sensation BTS. 

The bundle will cost 800 V-Bucks for the BTS Dynamite bundle. It will let you dance like BTS anywhere in Fortnite. 

Their hit single Dynamite hit the Billboard charts as No.1 for two consecutive weeks. Their music video also reached 101.1 million views on YouTube making it the first most views music video in just 24 hours. 

In addition to the fortnite debut, BTS is doing a special week performances on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon which started yesterday. You can see last nights performance of IDOL below.

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Liliana Ramirez

Liliana Ramirez is a Mexican-American bilingual student journalist at California State University, Northridge. She is majoring in journalism with an emphasis in broadcast. She has received an associate’s degree in communications from Los Angeles Valley College and expects to graduate in May 2021 with a Bachelor of Arts degree from CSUN. In her life, she sees herself doing entertainment, hard news and news anchoring. She aspires to be an excellent reporter and amplify the voices of her community. As of now, she is the social media coordinator for the RTDNA student chapter and a member of the NAHJ student chapter at CSUN.

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