Watch: BTS Covers Diddy’s Notorious B.I.G. Tribute ‘I’ll Be Missing You’ on BBC Radio 1

Published: Wednesday 28th Jul 2021 by Rashad

BTS may be dominating world music charts with their energetic brand of K-Pop, but the Korean septet is no stranger to experimenting with other genres in live performances.

Jimin, Jungkook, V, Suga, Jin, RM and J-Hope hit BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge recently to give their historic Hot 100 #1 hits, ‘Dynamite’ and ‘Permission to Dance,’ yet another showcase – this time for audiences across the pond.  While there, they surprised viewers with a stunning take on Diddy aka Puff Daddy‘s chart-topping tribute to Notorious B.I.G. – 1997’s ‘I’ll Be Missing You’ (which features Faith Evans & 112).

Curious to see how they fared on the GRAMMY-winning classic?  Hop inside to see:

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  1. Maurice Cassidy July 28, 2021

    this was so damn awful.
    i just don’t get their hype. They murdered this song, chile.

  2. Shayla Queen™ 👑 July 28, 2021


  3. Respucia July 28, 2021

    This was f***** horrible, they should be charged

  4. RBRT July 28, 2021

    Couldn’t get past 2 minutes… there’s like no emotion in how they sing this. I love Faith Evans’ voice on the original.

  5. Tomè July 28, 2021

    A prime example why classics shouldn’t be touched .

    BTS (in my views are entirely overrated ) and sound dreadful on this track.

  6. RahAli July 28, 2021

    How y’all got 7 singers with a two part harmony
    That’s crazy

  7. Yummy Cummy July 28, 2021

    Missing u is sampled the police’s every breathe you take. Smh…. TGJ didn’t even mention it.

    • Shayla Queen™ 👑 July 28, 2021


  8. Are You Kidding Me? July 28, 2021

    If a Black rapper sang the Korean national anthem, would it be cute?

    Or would they drag us calling us primates and saying we butchered it?

    Why did they have to redo this in Korean? Makes me think they slipped in the n-word.

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