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BTS Celebrates Its Ninth Anniversary With The Release Of ‘Proof’ And ‘Yet To Come’

The latest album Proof consists of three CDs and includes many different tracks, including three all-new tracks, that reflect the thoughts and ideas of the members on the past, present and future of BTS.

BTS marked their ninth anniversary and the K-pop group looked back on its history on Friday as the group released its latest album Proof, a collection pairing some of its biggest hits with oddities and unreleased songs. Accompanying the new hits album was a video for the newly released single Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment), which features the BTS members in a quiet desert setting.

The cover for BTS’ new album features the group’s logo, two trapezoid-shaped like half-open doors, though they were flanked by several more abstract white shapes against an all-black background. Meanwhile, last month, BTS’ management group Big Hit Music released a statement that reads, “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 to look back on their endeavours.”

The statement concluded, The anthology album Proof that consists of three CDs includes many different tracks, including three all-new tracks, that reflect the thoughts and ideas of the members on the past, present and future of BTS.” The K-pop band, which includes Jungkook, Jin, RM, V, Suga, J-Hope, and Jimin, previously teased the album’s release date at its Las Vegas residency shows in April. During the shows, the release date flashed on video screens, along with the phrase, “We are bulletproof.”

In the video for the new Proof track Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment), the group are introduced sitting in the middle of a desert on a chair while wearing matching white suits. They initially stay seated as they sing a mix of English and Korean while staying seated for the mid-tempo ballad. The video ends on an odd note after the music concludes with a coda showing all seven members sitting on a school bus in the desert to soft ambient music.

However, BTS introduced themselves to a broader audience late last month when they made an appearance with Joe Biden at the White House to speak out about diversity and anti-Asian hate. Recently, singer Chalie Puth appeared to confirm that he’s working on a collaboration with BTS. Meanwhile, Snoop Dogg revealed in April that he’s also working on a collaboration with BTS and said he’s already recorded his vocal parts. So ARMY can listen to more new BTS’ songs this year.

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