BTS Cover Of Coldplay’s 2005 Hit ‘Fix You’ On ‘MTV Unplugged,’ British Rock Band Reacts
BTS – British rock band Coldplay commended South Korean boyband BTS for their recent cover of the latter’s ‘Fix You.’
The South Korean boyband BTS never shy away from performing songs by other artists. Jungkook, Kim Taehyung, Jimin, Suga, Jin, RM, and J-Hope has regularly cover hits from both Korean and western artists.
Their covers were sometimes shared on their social media accounts or while performing on tv. During Tuesday night’s MTV Unplugged, the septet played a surprise cover of Coldplay’s 2005 song “Fix You.”
Based on a report from Billboard, BTS’ half-hour performance was recorded on 5 different sets. They had a matching mood for each song like an arcade room, indoor field, and a retro-style living room.
The K-pop group sang an acoustic rendition of Coldplay’s “Fix You” for their American viewers. Jimin said they chose that song because it “gave us comfort, so we wanted to prepare this cover to comfort you as well.”
Coldplay took to Twitter to commend BTS for performing their song in their MTV Unplugged episode. The rock band even placed the link on their tweet and penned the words “beautiful” in Korean and “love” in English. They also placed their initials namely Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland, and Guy Berryman.
Check out Coldplay’s reaction below.
Here’s the video of BTS performing “Fix You”:
Netizens also lauded the K-pop group for the cover of Coldplay’s ‘Fix You.’ Here are some of their comments from the video:
@aisha: “if only people listened to bts without prejudice. then they would truly see how talented and amazing these men are.”
@Klare Montefalco: “Not really a fan of boy group until this happened. Damn, this is a masterpiece.”
@Jhake Chimon: “Every ARMY listening to this song: Literally crying and thanking BTS for fixing us.”
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