What Songs Did BTS Perform on ‘MTV Unplugged’?

Jimin, RM, Jungkook, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, and V perform on 'MTV Unplugged' on Feb. 23Jimin, RM, Jungkook, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, and V perform on 'MTV Unplugged' on Feb. 23
BTS Members on ‘MTV Unplugged’ | MTV

BTS performed two B-sides from their album ‘BE’

BTS released their album BE (Deluxe Edition) in November 2020. The album features eight tracks: “Life Goes On,” “Fly To My Room,” “Blue & Grey,” “Skit,” “Telepathy,” “Dis-ease,” “Stay,” and “Dynamite.” On Feb. 19, the band released a new version of the album that includes the same eight tracks called BE (Essential Edition).

BTS opened their MTV Unplugged set with “

On Feb. 23, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook of BTS took part in the famous MTV Unplugged franchise. BTS’ episode of MTV Unplugged included a set of five songs, including some songs fans had never seen performed before.

BTS Members on ‘MTV Unplugged’ | MTVBTS performed two B-sides from their album ‘BE’

BTS released their album BE (Deluxe Edition) in November 2020. The album features eight tracks: “Life Goes On,” “Fly To My Room,” “Blue & Grey,” “Skit,” “Telepathy,” “Dis-ease,” “Stay,” and “Dynamite.” On Feb. 19, the band released a new version of the album that includes the same eight tracks called BE (Essential Edition).

BTS opened their MTV Unplugged set with “Telepathy,” a B-side from the album. This marked the first time BTS ever performed “Telepathy” for ARMY, and the septet performed the song in a room styled as a game room.

Next, the band moved on to perform “Blue & Grey,” another B-side from BE. BTS performed “Blue & Grey” in a gray-toned room filled with plants and shrubbery, perfectly matching the mood of the introspective ballad.

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The band covered a Coldplay song

As a special surprise for fans, BTS decided to cover a Coldplay song for part of their set. Coldplay originally released “Fix You” in 2005, and BTS performing the song brought back nostalgia for viewers of MTV Unplugged.

In a speech before singing the song, Jimin explained the song’s significance in the setlist and why the Korean band chose to perform a cover of “Fix You.”

According to the BTS singer, “Fix You” brought the members of BTS comfort throughout 2020 as they dealt with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Because of this, they decided to perform “Fix You” during “MTV Unplugged Presents: BTS.”

“This song gave us comfort, so we wanted to prepare this cover to comfort you as well,” Jimin said.

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The band members performed the Coldplay single while sitting side-by-side in metal chairs, still wearing their gray outfits from their “Blue & Grey” performance. As they sang, bright lights shone down on the members, illuminating the dim room.

BTS performed two more songs from ‘BE’ on ‘MTV Unplugged’

To close out their set, BTS performed their two most popular songs from BE. “Life Goes On” is the album’s

Source:: Showbiz Cheat Sheet

      

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