BTS Made GRAMMYs History As The First K-Pop Artists To Present An Award
11 February 2019, 06:40
The K-pop group are no strangers to making history – and they did so once again at last night’s GRAMMY Awards.
The group took to the stage to hand over the coveted award for Best R&B Album to H.E.R. for her self-titled album and thanked fans for getting them to where they are today.
They told the crowd, “Growing up in South Korea, we always dreamed of being on the GRAMMYs stage. Thank you to all our fans for making this dream come true and we’ll be back.”
The band were also nominated for Best Recording Package with their record, ‘Love Yourself: Tear’ but missed out on the award on the night to St Vincent’s ‘Massseduction’.
BTS have been the first K-pop band to make history in several ways, including their impassioned speech at the United Nations last year and becoming the first Korean artists to perform at the 2017 American Music Awards.
They may have missed out on the GRAMMY this time around now, but there’s no stopping BTS!