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  • BTS performed on the home concert adaptation of NPR Music's "Tiny Desk" series on Monday
  • The band performed acoustic versions of their hit songs "Dynamite," "Spring Day," and "Save Me"
  • BTS member V stood out the most for his vocals, visuals and performance

South Korean boy band BTS performed on the home concert adaptation of NPR Music's "Tiny Desk" series on Monday.

The global music sensation teamed up with NPR to provide the audience with their own version of "Tiny Desk" performance which featured acoustic versions of their hit songs including their latest single "Dynamite," "Spring Day," and "Save Me." The performance emphasized the amazing vocals of BTS and also consisted of a live band.

During BTS’ performance, Kim Taehyung, who is popularly known by his stage name V, garnished a lot of attention for his iconic vocals which transcended from a funky verse in "Dynamite" to a heart-touching bridge in "Spring Day."

The BTS army was pleasantly impressed by the 24-year-old singer’s control over his stunning and lovely vocals in "Dynamite" and his effortless transitions between high notes, low note, goofy and cheerful verses.

He also took the fans for a ride with his emotional performance in "Spring Day" and received a lot of praise for singing the bridge of the song beautifully. The performance highlighted his wonderful improvisation skills and touched the hearts of his fans who described his singing to be "magical" and "healing," according to Allkpop. The fans also couldn’t get enough of V’s cute dance moves and his gorgeous looks. 

Following the band’s performance on "Tiny Desk," fans took to social media platforms to talk about V’s enticing visuals and excellent vocal skills. Here are some of the comments from fans on Twitter:

"I will never tire of seeing him work doing what he likes the most, singing; but it makes me happier, to see him so happy and fun while doing what he loves most in life."

"You are going to hear a baritone voice which is marvelous, you are gonna be surprised by his singing voice, enjoy as much as you can, this is a priceless masterpiece."

"I can't bear songs like dynamite cause they aren't my taste. Too much noise. But taehyung singing it helps since his voice and presence is such a feast." 

"Taehyung's vocals....The fact that he has been singing songs made for tenors despite being a baritone and does such an amazing job at it..."

K-pop sensation BTS's US-chart-topping single "Dynamite" could generate more than $1.4 billion for the South Korean economy and thousands of new jobs in the country, a government study claims K-pop sensation BTS's US-chart-topping single "Dynamite" could generate more than $1.4 billion for the South Korean economy and thousands of new jobs in the country, a government study claims Photo: MTV / -