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BTS debuting ‘Dynamite’ choreography video in Fortnite

Get together with your friends in Fortnite for a K-pop music video debut

The members of BTS dance and pose in front of a pastel-colored painted wall Image: Big Hit Labels
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K-pop superstar group BTS will be debuting the choreography version of its “Dynamite” music video in Fortnite’s Party Royale.

On Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. EDT, players will be able to watch BTS’ new version of the “Dynamite” music video in the game’s Party Royale mode.

Before that, players will be able to grab new emotes choreographed by BTS, starting on Sept. 23 at 8 p.m. EDT. It’s unknown if the emotes are from “Dynamite,” if they’re different dances made by the group, or if they’re choreography from older songs.

The original video for “Dynamite” has amassed over 380 million views on YouTube since its debut on Aug. 20. The choreography version will feature the same settings as the original music video, but will have less transitions and cuts, allowing fans to watch BTS’ dance more clearly, making it perfect for learning their choreo. “Dynamite” is the group’s first song recorded in English, but BTS has been breaking records and topping global charts for a while now.