BTS’ brand new Billboard Hot 100 topping summer song ‘Permission To Dance’ will now feature a YouTube shorts challenge for ARMY and the selected fans will appear in BTS’ official compilation video!

After successfully passing the Billboard’s number one baton from ‘Butter’ to ‘Permission To Dance’, Bangtan Boys are opening the dance floor to ARMYs as the fandom can now showcase their talent through YouTube shorts challenge. Date, how to participate, here are all the deets that you need to know about the PTD video compilation.

BTS introduces ‘Permission To Dance’ YouTube shorts challenge for ARMY (BTS Weverse)

Release Date

The date for BTS’ most anticipated PTD challenge has been finally released with the South Korean boyband appearing for a short ten seconds YouTube video. BTS’ ‘Permission To Dance’ special YouTube #shorts challenge will kick start on Friday, July 23, and continue till August 14.

How to participate

To participate in BTS’ ‘Permission To Dance’ challenge, BTS ARMY can upload their 15 seconds video of dancing to ‘Permission To Dance’ to YouTube shorts. The official choreography of PTD received huge applause for BTS’ thoughtfulness and how they incorporated international sign language in the song of peace, dance, and joy.

Eligibility Criteria

To appear in BTS’ compilation video, fans must include the main part of the choreography of ‘Permission To Dance’ in the YouTube shorts. While uploading the video, ARMY has to use hashtags #PermissiontoDance and #shorts.

BTS’ ‘Permission To Dance’ makes new history at Billboard (BTS Weverse)

‘Permission To Dance’ to make new history

After BTS’ record-breaking hit ‘Butter’ that stayed atop in Billboard’s Hot 100 chart for six weeks straight, ‘Permission To Dance’, lent the group a new historical feat to add to their winning strike.

With ‘Permission to Dance’, BTS becomes the first group in history to have five Billboard Hot 100 number ones in a span of ten months. Billboard tweeted, “@BTS_twt has achieved its five #Hot100 No. 1s over a span of 10 months and two weeks. That’s the quickest accumulation of five leaders since @michaeljackson tallied five over nine months and two weeks in 1987-88.”

In 2021, BTS certifiably reigns the world music charts as the 21st-century pop icon and also aims to unite the global fandom with challenges like PTD YouTube shorts where everyone irrespective of their language and location can join the fun challenge and find joy through their uplifting music. Stream ‘Permission To Dance’ below.

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