5 Unforgettable Covers of BTS’ Blood Sweat & Tears

Fall in love with “Blood Sweat & Tears” all over again with these five extraordinary covers of BTS‘ hit track.

BTS gained global popularity and set new records with their famous track “Blood Sweat & Tears.” The music video alone received more than 20,000,000 views within the first 136 hours after its release. With astounding vocals and killer dance moves, this song is just irresistible.

Due to its massive success, it’s no surprise that covers of the song have sprouted all across the internet.

Check out five covers of “Blood Sweat & Tears” that are sure to leave you wanting more!

1. KRNFX ft. Lydia Paek

Singer Lydia Paek‘s collaboration with KRNFX (Terry Im) was a little more than just a cover. This version of “Blood Sweat & Tears” shied away from the original feel. KRNFX’s incredible beatbox performance combined with Lydia’s rich vocals created a musical masterpiece. With more than 300,000 views, it’s no wonder this song was such a big hit.

2. Sungha Jung

Sungha is an aspiring acoustic fingerstyle guitarist born in South Korea. As his guitar cover shows, he is incredibly talented and hopes to play professionally one day. His soothing instrumental piece proved that he did not need words for a spectacular performance.

3. Clara Melody

Clara‘s instrumental cover of “Blood Sweat & Tears” features an interesting twist that really makes her performance unique. Clara plays a Chinese instrument called the guzheng. It’s a traditional plucked string instrument with 21 strings and measures over 5 feet long.

With superb trills and calming tunes, this song is sure to impress.

4. Jason Chen

Jason started his musical career covering various songs on YouTube. He later began singing professionally and has since released multiple singles and four albums.

His talent as a music professional, however, extends far beyond his vocal prowess. In his cover of “Blood Sweat & Tears,” Jason expertly plays the violin to accompany his heavenly vocals.

Check out his hilarious pun on the Korean phrase “manhi” (많이) as he compares it to “money.”

5. Jun Curry Ahn

Jun is a YouTube producer and avid violinist. He is known for his violin cover of PSY‘s “Gangnam Style” on YouTube, among other performances. His talent also earned him multiple appearances for a variety of events including KCON LA and KCON NY.

In his cover of “Blood Sweat & Tears,” Jun boasts impressive violin and dancing talent. Check it out below!

[BONUS] K-Tigers

K-Tigers is a taekwondo demonstrations team founded in 1990. They are famous for their taekwondo themed covers of various K-pop tracks. Some of their past performances include “Dumb Dumb,” “Only You,” and “Boy In Luv.”

Check out their flashy performance and high flying kicks below!

K-Tigers Recreates BTS’s “Blood, Sweat & Tears” through Taekwondo