The famous K-Pop boy band on Monday participated in the at-home series of the stripped-down, more intimate performances featured on NPR.

The band kicked it off with their first all-English language single and No 1 hit, ‘Dynamite’.

This was the first time the K-pop band performed the track with a live band, according to the seven-member group.

NPR had been “trying to make a BTS Tiny Desk concert happen for years now — even gaming out ways we might move Bob Boilen’s desk far enough forward to accommodate the superstar Korean boy band’s dance moves,” NPR producer and editor Stephen Thompson said in a YouTube caption on the show video.

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He wrote, “In the end, it took a global pandemic — and the launch of Tiny Desk (home) concerts back in March — to make something happen.”

“BTS is at present in Seoul and they held true to the series’s spirit by convening a live band for its Tiny Desk debut. The band arranged to perform in a workspace with a music-friendly backdrop: the record store VINYL & PLASTIC by Hyundai Card in BTS’s hometown.”

The band is the biggest K-Pop group around and their ‘Dynamite’ video broke a YouTube record in August. It was the most viewed video in 24 hours. BTS also performed on ‘America’s Got Talent’ last week.