BTS members— RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook are all set for their upcoming anthology album Proof, launched on June 10. This time they’re leaving no stone unturned for the promotion of their album. (*2*) to their company, Big Hit Music, BTS will return to Korean music shows after two years for the promotions of Proof.
BTS will seem on the Korean music shows from June 16 onwards for the promotions. They will carry out to Proof’s title monitor—Yet to Come on weekly music shows, together with Mnet’s M Countdown on June 16, KBS 2TV’s Music Bank on June 17, and SBS’s Inkigayo on June 19. BTS had final carried out on music shows in March 2020 for the promotions of their album Map of the Soul: 7.
Talking about Map of the Soul:7, BTS not too long ago walked down reminiscence lane and shared how the coronavirus pandemic affected their work. The band was planning to go on a tour for a 12 months and go to locations like Barcelona, South America and India. They additionally added that they had been in talks about organising a live performance in Mumbai.
A proof will be a 3-CD assortment of BTS’ hit outdated and new songs. Besides its title monitor Yet to Come, it will embody songs Run BTS, Born Singer, I Need You, Run, Fire, Fake Love, Persona, Moon, Jamais Vu, Seesaw, N.O, Boy in Luv, Danger, IDOL, Dynamite, On, Butter and Life Goes On, amongst others. ‘The BTS anthology album that embodies the historical past of BTS will be launched as they start a brand new chapter as an artist that has been energetic for 9 years to look again on their previous endeavours,” Big Hit added in an announcement because the album is releasing three days earlier than their ninth debut anniversary.
Their company had not too long ago unveiled a brand new group picture and the person idea pictures of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook from Proof. In the images, the members had been wearing pastel hues and featured in a veil theme. The new footage are completely different to their all-black look within the first idea pictures of Proof.
BTS’s final album was BE, launched in 2020. Since then, they’ve additionally launched hit singles comparable to Butter, Permission to Dance and My Universe that includes Coldplay.