BTS successfully kicked off its "Permission To Dance – LA" concerts over the weekend and even jammed with Silk Sonic's Anderson .Paak backstage after the first day of the musical events.

The group posted a photo with .Paak on its official Twitter account Sunday. In the snap, one could see the boys holding Silk Sonic's album, "An Evening with Silk Sonic."

"Look who we met!" it group wrote in the caption.

.Paak is part of the R&B duo Silk Sonic, alongside "Treasure" singer Bruno Mars.

On his Instagram page, .Paak also shared a carousel of snaps taken during his backstage meetup with the South Korean group. The images were accompanied by a short video of his son dancing during the concert and then posing for a photo with the boyband members later. Apparently, .Paak also received a signed copy of the "Butter" album from BTS.

Also included in his post was a short video of himself and the K-pop group jamming to Silk Sonic's debut single, "Leave the Door Open."

.Paak captioned his post, "lmk if you need another member! I work well in groups!!!"

Moreover, he shared a clip via Instagram Stories showing his Korean wife fangirling over Jin. A fan with the username @jikookology shared the said video on Twitter, writing, "anderson paak in the back saying 'alright let's go babe' he had to get his wife outta there QUICK or she wasn't gonna be leaving at all."

BTS' fans, collectively known as ARMY, celebrated as the global sensation returned on stage over the weekend for the first two days of its concerts.

LA's SoFi stadium was filled with excited fans as the "Permission To Dance – LA" concert began Saturday. Fans cheered the septet and waved their light sticks as the group performed its hit tracks, including "Fire," "DNA," and "ON" during the two-hour concert which was sold out.

BTS members also revealed how excited they were to meet their meet fans in person as they sang "Telepathy" and "Stay" on a moving stage, bringing them closer to fans who were scattered across the stadium.

The septet also performed "Dynamite" on a colorful stage. The number was made even more vibrant with the color-changing light of fans' light sticks.

A fan posted a clip of the said moment, writing, "ARMY sure does look good in rainbow."

"Truth Hurts" singer Lizzo was also in the crowd Saturday night and tweeted a timelapse of the musical event as she held her BTS light stick.

"Timelapse- beautiful," she wrote.

"BTS Permission To Dance - LA" continues Wednesday and Thursday at the SoFi stadium.

After giving remarks at the UN, Korean pop sensation BTS rolled out a pre-recorded video of their track "Permission to Dance," flaunting their moves throughout the General Assembly and on the world body's lawn After giving remarks at the UN, Korean pop sensation BTS rolled out a pre-recorded video of their track "Permission to Dance," flaunting their moves throughout the General Assembly and on the world body's lawn Photo: UNTV