Imase, a brand new J-pop singer and TikTok star, expressed his gratitude to Jungkook of BTS for overlaying ‘NIGHT DANCER’.
On Might 25, Jungkook performed a dwell broadcast titled ‘Knock Knock…’ by way of the fan group Weverse.
Jeongguk mentioned. “I used to be watching TikTok… Have you learnt the track ‘NIGHT DANCER’ by Imase? I have been listening to this track Even once I go to mattress, it nonetheless lingers in my head.”
Jungkook passionately sang Imase’s ‘NIGHT DANCER’ dwell with good vocals.
Jeongguk mentioned. “Is the track actually good? That is why it is so in style,” he mentioned. He confirmed his extraordinary love for the track.
In response to Jungkook’s reward, Emas added a remark by posting a photograph of himself with a stunned expression on Twitter. “oh… BTS!?!? what? jungkook!?!? I sang ‘NIGHT DANCER’…!?!? thanks!”.
Imase additionally posted a video of Jungkook singing ‘NIGHT DANCER’ throughout a dwell broadcast and a video of him elevating his thumb whereas shouting on his Instagram reel and TikTok accounts, repeatedly expressing his gratitude to Jungkook. “Thanks~ Thanks!”.
As well as, Imase talked about Jungkook all through his Instagram dwell and repeated “My God” and “Jungkook Arigato Gozaimasu”.
Proper after Jungkook sang ‘NIGHT DANCER’, the Jungkook impact occurred in Japan and Korea.
On Japan’s largest portal website, Yahoo Japan, Lee Maesae ranked seventh and ‘NIGHT DANCER’ additionally ranked eighth on the trending chart, displaying off its overwhelming reputation.
As well as, ‘NIGHT DANCER’ topped the real-time chart of Utanet, a Japanese lyrics search website, in addition to the real-time search time period of the home music platform ‘Melon’.
Imase’s ‘NIGH DANCER’ was launched in August 2022 and have become identified in Korea by phrase of mouth on short-form platforms resembling TikTok, YouTube shorts, and Instagram reel.
Specifically, it was used because the music for the TikTok Dance Problem and emerged as the most popular J-pop track of the yr, attracting greater than 1.2 billion viewers.