Bts revealed their newest track, “Permission to Dance,” on July 9, and after that, it becomes everybody’s first pick. In addition to that, lately, WHO’s chief, Tedros Adhanom, commended the group and the song. This made BTS fans Aka “Army” jubilant and proud.
Adhanom tweeted about them and their song by sharing a snip from the video and appreciated BTS members for including sign language in their music video. He tweeted, “Thank you BTS for including sign language in your Permission to the Dance music video. As 1.5 billion people in the world are affected by hearing loss; sign language can help them to continue enjoying music which can bring joy to life.”
On this, one of the Army shared a screenshot from the video where they specified a visible board in the corner wall in that scene. In that scene, you can see on the corner wall a board hanging thereon which “Disability Resources” is written.
After that, many other fans appreciated and gave credit to Kim Tae-Hyung, also known as “V,” for coming up with this idea. V confesses that he wants to master sign language and also used the same in the class of 2020. One of the fans replied to the tweet and said, “ Nd I can bet it’s all Taehyungs Idea… this boy has been using sign languages from the last yr and is learning it till now… any moment comes he always uses sign languages to communicate with more and more… he always been considerate and think about others.”
Meantime, the “Permission to Dance” song tops on the iTunes chart in 92 countries which include Australia, Japan, Germany, Italy, Canada, and united states, and many other countries. Once again, Bts collaborate with Ed Sheeran to write the song “Permission to dance.” Before this, they work together on “Make It Right.”
The septet, BTS is famous for creating records and being the ‘trendsetter.’ BTS’ song ‘Butter’ topped the HOT 100 chart for the sixth week in the row. Besides that, it is the first K-POP song included in Spotify’s ‘Song of the Summer’ playlist. Suga from BTS foresees that the Permission to Dance song will replace Butter on Billboard Hot 100 and have a similar spot for five weeks.