BTS will be going back to the United States, and this time they will be performing in front of international music artists and millions of fans all over the world. The popular K-Pop idol boy group will be making their debut on U.S. television this month at the 2017 American Music Awards (AMAs). The annual music awards show will be held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California on November 19.

BTS to make their U.S. television debut

It was announced on November 3 that BTS, otherwise known as Bangtan Boys or Beyond The Scene, will be performing their latest single, “DNA” at the event.

The AMAs will be celebrating its 45th anniversary this year since it was created in 1973, so it's bringing in the biggest acts from all over the world.

The K-pop group made history when they received the Top Social Artist Award at the recent Billboard Music Awards. The group broke Justin Bieber’s six-year winning streak in the process. Since then, the international music scene has been keeping an eye on the record-breaking South Korean group. Their songs and albums have already topped Billboard’s charts several times.

The boys made their debut in 2013, but it took them a while before they shared the stage with big names. Unlike other fortunate idols in South Korea, BTS had to mainly rely on their talent, and they eventually amassed a huge fan base around the world, which helped catapult them to stardom.

Steve Aoki praises the K-Pop group

A lot of international artists have already expressed their interest in BTS, wherein some of them have actually reached out to do a collaboration in the future. In September, it was revealed that DJ Steve Aoki was working on a collaboration with the boys. This wasn’t the first time the group or some of its members worked on a song with international artists.

In fact, they worked on one of their new tracks with The Chainsmokers’ Andrew Taggart, and member Rap Monster collaborated with Mandy Ventrice on a "Fantastic Four" track.

In an interview with Billboard, Aoki further revealed that he is currently working on some fun stuff with the group, but refrained from spilling more details.

Apparently, the American musician couldn’t stop himself from raving about the K-Pop group. He said he found the members of the group to be geniuses because they were creative on every level. Aoki added, “They're brand developers. They developed their own brand, and they're global. It's incredible working with artists like that.”​