Hindsight 2020: Pop culture events that defined 2020, from BTS to Sugu Pavithra


2020 was a dynamite year for the seven-member group, BTS. Photo: Handout

Global K-pop superstar BTS has made 2020 its dynamite year alright. The group ends an accomplished year as Time magazine’s Entertainer Of The Year, and as the No.1 most tweeted about musicians in the United States for a fourth straight year.

Its first English single, Dynamite – from its second album of 2020 titled BE – not only gave BTS its first No.1 on Billboard's main singles chart but a Grammy nomination in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category.

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