‘Blood Sweat And Tears’ And ‘Fire’ Choreographer Keone Madrid Meets Up With BTS Backstage At Their Anaheim Concert
Reunited and it felt so good!
We bet that was what K-pop boy group BTS and choreographer Keone Madrid felt as similar to old friends catching up, as the latter and his wife Mariel had the opportunity to meet the group backstage after their successful concert held at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California, which was the last stop for the North American tour of ‘2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III The Wings Tour.’
Keone Madrid posted a series of photos with a short video to mark the moment on his official Instagram account.
Keone Madrid and his dance crew’s notable contributions started with BTS’ mega hit single Dope. He has since choreographed a few dances for the group’s popular songs, namely Fire and Blood Sweat And Tears.
Previously, Keone briefly narrated his ‘Fire’ choreography journey on an Instagram post.
For the kpop'ers – Ok @bts.bighitofficial fans! Now that the MV is out here’s a peek at some of the original "Fire" rehearsal footage of myself and my dancers. Process: I’ll create it with my dancers, get it on film, then send it over to production for them to learn it. It’s not easy learning through video, especially this one specifically being difficult. So I’m always very impressed with how well BTS gets it. Thanks to them and their team for another opportunity! | dancers: @adrienrako @anthonybenjamin_ @brunoderouck @gimotion @jamahlheljanan @redouanh_
His recent endeavor was for the ‘Not Today’ music video.
An honor every time I get to choreograph for them. Especially this one for what it represents. All my love to @bts.bighitofficial and Bang for always giving me an opportunity. Big thank you to the 35 SD dancers and @cassdsong for helping me put this together in a day. And of course my gratitude to the BTS army for always showing me love. #BTS #Bangtanboys #NotToday #kpop
Let’s take a trip down memory lane with these unforgettable dance moves from BTS, which were choreographed by Keone Madrid.