I have nothing really to write about as far as my life, currently. But I did want to just add this BTS live performance of Mic Drop because it is crazy good! Good song, good choreography and just overall a really good performance!
There are so many elements I love about how BTS raised the bar up from just this one song alone…
0:22 – 0:45 : J-Hope is just so badass here. Even before he starts rapping where he continues his badass-ness. Honestly, I can’t describe it in mere words. All I can say is after watching his intro, he’s my new hero.
1:40 : Jimin does this body/hip shake that reminds me of Bollywood. I love it! Any world influence when it comes to music/dance, always catches my attention. It means the band isn’t afraid to be open and try new things.
2:03 : Jimin leading this sequence where he leans to his left and bobs while circling his arms in the same direction. Everyone else follows in sequence. This is my favorite part of the choreo.
2:15 : Epic Rapmon entrance. And he keeps going with such fierceness I think he’s about to bust through the screen! I love the way he punches the air to emphasize his rapping.
2:37 : Jungkook, always the hard-working maknae. During this whole comeback, I really feel like all his hard work has paid off. In this part of the dance sequence, V joins in and they both just rock that stage together!
3:33 : Jin gets his moment in here too. And I’m glad because he really brings out this slow-bit of the song with his vocals. In fact, as much as I like Jungkook, it’s nice that this song didn’t focus as much on him (something I find happens often). I felt it was an even distribution of all their parts together. As my daughter points out, they are pros in how they transition from one member to another during their choreo and I couldn’t agree more!
3:40 : Lets talk about V for just a bit. One thing that always impresses me is how he can bring such animated facial expressions to the plate. He does not disappoint during this performance.
4:08 : Suga. Mic. Drop. Enough said. 🙂