Dynamite explodes in Bridgerton! BTS joins highly anticipated season 3 with orchestral hit

14 May,2024 09:18 AM IST |  Seoul  | 

Bridgerton`s Season 3 is about to get explosive as BTS brings their hit `Dynamite` to the series in orchestral style

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BTS's hit song 'Dynamite' is making its way onto Netflix again! After appearing in 'Emily in Paris,' the catchy track is now set to be featured in the upcoming season of 'Bridgerton.'

Dynamite explodes in Bridgerton!

Netflix confirmed the news, revealing the lineup of songs that will be part of the third season of the show based on Julia Quinn's novels. This season will focus on the love story between characters played by Nicola Coughlan and Luke Newton, and it's hitting screens this week.

Excitement is building for Season 3 of Bridgerton, which kicks off with the first four episodes on May 16th. Adding to the anticipation, the show is reintroducing its unique vibe with new orchestral pop covers. Get ready to groove to reimagined tunes from top artists, performed by the Vitamin String Quartet.

The popular K-pop group made up of Jungkook, Jimin, Jin, RM, Taehyung, Suga, and J-Hope, will be making their debut in the show (Bridgerton) with their hit track that dominated the Billboard charts. While some argue Black Swan would have been a better fit due to its theme, the makers went with the summer anthem instead.

Latest update from BTS band member RM

"Come Back to Me," the new song by RM, the leader of K-pop superband BTS, has debuted atop iTunes Top Songs charts in 82 countries around the world, his agency said Saturday. The track from his upcoming solo album came out Friday, two weeks ahead of the release of the album, titled "Right Place, Wrong Person."

The countries include Germany, Brazil, France and Japan, according to BigHit Music.

Following the prerelease of the song, RM will roll out the 11-track album on May 24, Yonhap news agency reported. Although currently serving in the South Korean Army, RM managed to film music videos for nearly half of the album's tracks before his enlistment in December, according to BigHit.

It will mark the first release from the BTS leader since "Indigo," his first official solo album, in December 2022. The group's agency described "Come Back to Me" as a song in the indie pop genre with lyrics that read, "Everything comes back, though not necessarily everything."

(With inputs from IANS)

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