BTS – MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix)

Mic Drop is a famous song by the popular Korean band, BTS, that has been recorded in two different languages, Japanese and Korean. In 2017, the Korean version of the song was released in the 5th extended BTS album, Love Yourself: Her. It was remixed by the famous DJ Steve Aoki. 

In 2017, a December Japanese version of the song was released. It became the part of a triple A-side album that Steve Aoki also remixed. It’s a complete hip-hop-style song with lyrics celebrating the BTS band’s achievements.

How to Download BTS – MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix)

You can download the song from a digital store such as Amazon Music or Apple Music – click on the Download button that is located below this review. If you like BTS, check out their other huts – Yet to Come, DNA, Dynamite, or Butter.

The Song Review

BTS – MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix) – the Meaning of the Lyrics

If we talk about the lyrics of the song, we have already mentioned in the beginning that the song is available in two different versions. No matter what version you listen to, you will get the same feel and pleasure you usually get from all BTS songs. 

The BTS is trying to explain all their career achievements so far through the song. They had even depicted a time when no one was ready to take their interview, but now everyone is rushing behind them to take a picture. They feel proud, but the journey for them was not so easy.

Simple lyrics have been used in the song, but all of a sudden, the high notes of the remix will make it difficult for the listeners to understand the actual wording of the song. 

Video Interpretation of BTS – MIC Drop

The video generally starts with the appearance of Steve Aoki walking into an empty and mysterious room. At first, you will see a small glimpse of the BTS in the security camera, but later they appear behind the two-way mirror. This presents the feel of cross-examination between the interview panel and the investigation room, having several microphones. 

One thing which always grabbed the audience’s attention is the dance moves by the BTS fans which will take away your heartbeats

Have you Listened to MIC Drop

If you are a big fan of BTS, then you should not be missing out on checking this beautiful song sung by them. Here is the song link for you to add to your playlist. 

About BTS

BTS, often known as Bangtan Boys, is a well-known Korean band founded in 2010.

With the release of their debut album under contract with Big Hit Entertainment in 2013, they entered the world of singing. This group’s most notable members are J-Hope, V, Jin, Jimin, Suga, and Jungkook. The group co-writes and co-produces the majority of their song content.

This band began as a hip-hop group but evolved into a varied group by incorporating various musical styles into their songs. 

Most of their songs are centered on societal and personal commentary highlighting crucial subjects such as adolescent problems, mental health, grief, or anything else related to life.

BTS - MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix)
MIC Drop is a two-language song (in Korean and Japanese) by the highly popular K-pop band BTS. Download it now and let it boost your energy levels.
8.5 Total Score
BTS - MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix) Review Summary

  • The music of the song is beautiful to listen to all the time
  • The presentation of the video with some dance moves is exceptional
  • The song is a bit difficult to understand compared to other band songs
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Zubair Noor

Zubair Noor

Zubair believes music can heal hurting souls. He listens to R&B, pop, and jazz melodies frequently. The writer thinks music is similar to unraveling a fortune cookie. He is an expert at deciphering the lyrical hidden meanings by learning the artist's backstory. Favorite artists include Dua Lipa, Mariah Carey, and Adele.

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