These Tweets Comparing SuperM’s "We Do" To BTS’ "Dynamite" Video Are So Split

On Friday, April 9, SuperM dropped the music video for their newest song "We Do." The track includes elements of funk and disco, and the music video is equally full of retro vibes. Since BTS’ "Dynamite" music video, which released in August 2020, followed a similar theme, fans couldn’t help but draw comparisons between the two visuals. These tweets comparing SuperM’s "We Do" to BTS’ "Dynamite" video are split because while some argue they’re the same concept, others say they’re different.

SuperM released their English-language track "We Do" as part of Prudential Corporation Asia’s "Dance For Wellness" campaign," which aims to "promote the importance of staying fit and healthy, especially during these times." The song is about having a good time dancing, so of course, the group’s MV is full of fun, groovy choreography. The visuals also include SuperM hanging out at a laundromat, playing billiards at a bar, and dancing on a stage in front of a cityscape and massive display of fireworks.

Fans pointed out BTS’ "Dynamite" MV included similar imagery of them dancing disco choreo and vising retro locations like an old record shop and burger joint. At the end, the septet also performed in front of a huge fireworks show to go along with their "Dynamite" theme. Because of this, some users are saying "We Do" is the same concept as "Dynamite."

"Watched 30 seconds of superm’s new mv… they’re not even trying to hide that they copied everything off the vibe of dynamite," one person tweeted.

"SuperM ‘we do’ …. the dynamite print is real people. Love to see it," another wrote.

Check out other comparisons fans made between the two songs and music videos below.

However, there were some fans that said just because both groups followed retro concepts, doesn’t mean one copied the other.

Some fans said everyone should stop comparing the two and just enjoy BTS and SuperM’s music.

Watch both SuperM’s "We Do" and BTS’ "Dynamite" music videos below.


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