The video clip of Permission to Dance, the new single – made with Ed Sheeran – by the explosive South Korean boy band BTS
The wait is over: the video clip of Permission to Dance, the single from the South Korean boy band BTS, created with the collaboration of Ed Sheeran. Between merchandise and official gadgets, the Seoul group returns to churn out hits. Ed Sheeran – who in the past has written hit songs for artists such as One Direction – in an interview reported two weeks ago by Billboard he stated that he was very satisfied with this latest work.
“In reality – revealed the British singer-songwriter – I worked with BTS on their latest record and just wrote a song for their new record. And they are also super, super nice guys “, so Ed Sheeran. Who then recalled how – with the Korean band – relations were excellent since their first collaboration, which took place with the single Make It Right.
The publication of the new video clip was greeted with affection by millions of fans, scattered all over the world: within 4 days, views reached 134 million on YouTube. “Permission To Dance – posted the BTSItalia Bics page on Instagram – debuts at (position) 1 of our Top Global Song Debuts, #SpotifyCharts “, so the Italian BTS fandom with over 38 thousand followers. Below is the meaning of the song.
The meaning of Permission to Dance
In the minds of the authors the song is a real hymn to life and youth: It’s the idea of being young / When your heart feels like a drum / It beats louder with no way to protect it / When it all feels wrong / Sing with Elton Joh / And that feeling, we’re only at the beginning.
The desire to dance, however, has to do with the company of friends. Without which it is not possible to have fun, in the course of an evening: When the nights get colder / And the rhythms lag behind / Stop dreaming of that moment / When you look straight in the eyes / And then you say / I want to dance / The music keeps me going / There’s nothing that can stop the the way we move / We break our patterns / And we live like we’re golden / And we roll like we’re dancing crazy. Yes, because as the refrain goes: We don’t need permission to dance.