BTS To Return To Korean Music Shows After Two Years; To Promote Their New Album

Members of the Korean music band BTS, i.e., RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook, are all set for their upcoming anthology album “Proof,” which is going to be released on June 10th. This time, they are leaving no stone unturned to promote their album. According to their company, Big Hit Music, BTS will return to the Korean music shows after two long years to promote their album “Proof.”

For the promotions, BTS will appear on the Korean music shows from June 16th onwards. They will perform “Yet to Come,” Proof’s title track, on weekly music, shows such as Mnet’s “M Countdown” on June 16th, KBS 2TV’s “Music Bank” on June 17th, and SBS’s “Inkigayo” on June 19th. It is known that BTS last appeared on music shows in March 2020 to promote their album “Map of the Soul: 7.”

Speaking of the “Map of the Soul: 7,” BTS walked down the memory lane and shared how the coronavirus pandemic affected their work. The band was planning to go on tour for a year and visit places such as Barcelona, South America, and India. They also said that they were in talks to organise a concert in Mumbai.

“Proof” will be a 3-CD collection of BTS’s hit old and new songs. Besides its title track “Yet to Come,” it will include songs like 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, among others.

The BTS anthology album that embodies the history of BTS will be released as they begin a new chapter as an artist that has been active for nine years and to look back on their past endeavours,” Big Hit added in a statement, as the album is going to be released three days before their ninth anniversary.

 

Recently, their company unveiled a new group picture and individual concept pictures of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook from “Proof.” In the photos, the members were dressed in pastel hues and featured a veil theme. The new photos are different to the all-black look in the first concept photos from “Proof.”

Let you know that BTS’s last album was “BE,” which was released in 2020. Since then, they have also released hit singles like Butter, Permission to Dance, and My Universe, featuring Coldplay.

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