South Korean boy band BTS’ new album “Proof” dropped on streaming platforms on Friday, and ARMY couldn’t keep calm. The seven-member group is finally returning to the music scene and celebrating the ninth anniversary of their debut this month.
With this release, they once again rocked the global music industry.
Along with the album, fans were also treated to a jaw-dropping music video for the lead single, “Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment).”
There are 48 songs in the anthology and the first CD features 19 tracks including several hits such as ‘Dynamite’, ‘Life Goes On’, ‘Fake Love’, and more.
The second CD consists of subunit tracks and the final CD is dedicated to BTS ARMY.
The album also includes three new songs “Yet To Come”, “For Youth” and “Run BTS”.
Reacting to the album, ARMY shared tweets, photos and videos on social media platforms. One user wrote, “I just taught my grandma how to work with Spotify – she doesn’t listen to upcoming playlists, I’m so proud of her #YetToCome #BTS_Proof. (sic)”
Another wrote, “OUR PROOF JUNGKOOK I’m listening to #Jungkook song #StayAlive (Prod.Suga) @BTS_twt. (sic)”
And, one netizen tweeted, “All tracks from #BTS_Proof are concurrently in the top 40 of Line Music Japan’s realtime chart. (sic)”
Last week, they met with US President Joe Biden at the White House to discuss the rise in Asian hate crimes in the region and made headlines. Videos and photos of their meeting at the White House have been circling social media for days.
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In 2013, the group debuted and began their journey to spearhead a worldwide K-pop craze with their catchy lyrics and undeniably dashing looks. Their ARMY fandom is spread across all demographics, but particularly appeals to the internet savvy generation.
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