BTS are gearing up for a new era, a celebration of their accomplishments as a group over the past decade. Proof is an anthology of the Grammy-nominated band’s most notable songs throughout their career, plus some new material.
New anthology follows 2020’s full album Bewhich marked BTS’ fifth No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart. Be was also the second chart topper of 2020 for the pop group, after Soul Card: 7which debuted at No. 1 on the March 7 chart.
As information about the upcoming era continues to pour in, see below for everything we know about BTS. Proof until now.
Proof release date
Proof is set to release on June 10, though pre-orders are already available through BTS’ Weverse store feature.
It’s an anthology
BTS released a “logo trailer” for the album last week, which revealed that the LP will be an anthology of their catalog of music so far.
The video takes fans through their different eras through animated text that matched their EPs, compilations and studio albums, which includes early career releases such as O!RUL8.2? and school Luv Affair, Do you love: tear, Soul Card: 7, their most recent set, 2020 Be. and more.
Proof will celebrate BTS’s ninth anniversary as a group
“BTS’s anthology album that embodies the history of BTS will be released as they begin a new chapter as an active artist for nine years to look back on their efforts,” said the group’s label, Big Hit. Entertainment. . “The Anthology Album Proof which consists of three CDs features many different tracks — including three new tracks — that reflect the members’ thoughts and ideas about BTS’s past, present, and future.
On Sunday and Monday (May 8 and 9), BTS revealed the list of songs that are set to be included on the first and second CDs of the three-CD release.
The debut CD features several Bangtan Boys Billboard Hot 100 chart entries, including “Boy With Luv” featuring Halsey, “DNA”, “ON” and “IDOL”, as well as the No. 1 singles “Dynamite” and “Butter”. . .” “Yet to Come”, which will be one of three new songs included on Proof, is also included on the first CD. Meanwhile, the second CD highlights deeper cuts from BTS’s discography, such as “Her”, “Filter”, “Stay”, and “Moon”.
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“Yet to Come” is the first single
“Yet to Come” is set to arrive on June 8. The official video for the first single will arrive on June 10, the same day as the album’s release.
It has three new tracks
In addition to “Yet to Comes,” BTS’ Proof will feature two more new tracks, according to Big Hit Entertainment’s statement.