The release of BTS’ forthcoming anthology album is almost around the corner, and the hints leading up to it aren’t going away anytime soon. The album, titled ‘Proof,’ is a trip down memory lane for BTS and their ARMY as they revisit some of their most loved and talked about songs over the course of three CDs.
The day has finally come for BTS ARMY, as the band has released their latest album, Proof. For days, the septet of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, Jungkook, and V has been dropping hints about the anthology album, which will include their former successes as well as a couple of new songs, including Yet To Come, Run BTS, and For Youth. The album is divided across three CDs and contains 48 tracks.
According to Big Hit Music, the album and disc composition are meant to depict the nine-year-old band’s history, present, and future. This is even more remarkable for ARMY because it is BTS’s first physical album since last year’s CD singles Butter and Permission To Dance, which featured the tagline “We are Bulletproof.”
The title track, titled ‘Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment),’ is set to show the public yet another side of the septet. With three new songs and never-before-heard versions of their prior releases, the comeback season is even more exciting this time around.
The title track’s first music video teaser was released on June 8 at 12 a.m. KST (June 7, 8:30 p.m. IST) and featured a melancholy vibe with the members appearing pensive and ready for their most beautiful moments. It quickly became the fastest music video teaser in YouTube history to reach 1 million views.
Individual teasers for BTS members were uploaded on YouTube Shorts on June 9 at 12 a.m. KST as short video of them peering into the camera, clad in white, with a profound expression on their face. View the videos below.
The following songs are on the three CDs: The first disc, with 19 tracks, contains their hits, such as Danger, Fire, DNA, Boy With Luv, featuring Halsey, Spring Day, Fake Love, Dynamite, and Butter; the second disc contains subunit tracks; and the final disc contains the three new tracks and songs, as well as demo versions of some of the band’s previous hits. On social media, a teaser for the song Yet To Come (Most Beautiful Moment) is accessible.
The music video was also released alongside the album. The band reminisces on their past in the nostalgic video, which contains numerous parallels to their earlier songs such as Blood Sweat And Tears and Spring Day, but promises ARMY that their ‘best is yet to come.’ They claim that this is only the beginning and that there will be much more to come. They claim that despite their medals and honours, they remain the same.