BTS nominated for 2 Grammy Awards in Best Music Video and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance categories at 65th Annual Grammy Awards

It probably isn’t any surprise to BTS fans — popularly called ARMY — that their favorite boy band is insanely talented.

So much so, in the last two years, the South Korean boy band has received two Grammy Award nominations, as well as numerous American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, and Golden Disc Awards.

Now today, just weeks before most members of BTS head off to complete their compulsory 20-month military service in Korea, BTS has once again been nominated for a Grammy Award.

Well, actually, for two of them.

Which categories is BTS nominated in at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards?

The categories BTS is competing in at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards next February are the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for their song ‘My Universe‘, which was a joint-collab with British band Coldplay, and the Best Music Video category for the video for the group’s ‘Yet To Come‘.

It is the first time a Korean-language song ‘Yet To Come‘ has been nominated for a Grammy Award, which is a very big deal.

The Recording Academy officially announced the nominations this morning, along with the rest of the musicians also up for awards.

It is the third year in a row BTS has been nominated for a Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Grammy Award, losing out to ‘Kiss Me More‘ by Doja Cat featuring SZA earlier this year, and to ‘Rain on Me‘ by Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande in 2021.

Now watch the videos for both ‘My Universe‘ and ‘Yet To Come‘ to see just how talented these guys are.

Then mourn they will be gone for the next two years while they complete their mandatory military service.

Tragic, eh? And a huge loss to the world of music.

The 65th Grammy Awards will air live on February 5th, 2023.

But if BTS does win in one or both of these categories, will they be allowed to attend the ceremony? It would be a massive shame if they were not.

 

About Michelle Topham

Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered anime, manga, K-drama and music news for over a decade.