How the “Stars” for the Billboard Music Awards by BTS nominee “Dynamite”

He adds, “It was just one of those difficult things [because] obviously I couldn’t be in the same room as her. So, I mean, hats off to you. You got it. “

The songwriter notes that during the “dark” times of the global coronavirus pandemic, a lot of music had very “emo” feelings, but their hit single was the opposite of what allowed people to “let go of their inhibitions”.

Stewart continues, “The stars matched and it came together … It was just like that magical moment.”

“Dynamite” actually exploded when its millions of fans first heard it. Stewart woke up at 4:30 am in London on August 20th, the day the video came out, thinking, “That first day was so magical.”

“I knew this was going to be probably the most important day of my life,” he says. “To be completely honest, I just sat and watched the video and actually just sobbed. It’s been 12 years for me. The hours that I’ve invested and that like the real blood, the sweat and the tears and the sleep Sofas and traveling … all of a sudden, in that moment, you almost forget them because it’s like we’re doing all of that. ”

Head to the BBMAs on NBC on Sunday May 23rd to see if BTS wins the trophy for “Dynamite”.

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