Three days prior to the K-pop super-group’s ninth anniversary, BTS will drop their new album, Proof.
Scheduled for June 10 release, the three-disc compilation will be the Korean act’s first full length anthology – a celebration of their career that “opens a new chapter upon their 10th year as artists”.
This week BTS shared each CD’s track list that includes old releases and introduces three brand new songs representing their past, present and future.
Along with an accompanying video, Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment) is a new composition that will be the lead single available the day the LP is released. The subtitle recalls the band’s The Most Beautiful Moment in Life album series – considered a groundbreaking moment in the band’s career – from 2015 and 2016.
The first disc will also feature their act’s 2013 song Born Singer (a remake of J. Cole’s 2013 Born Sinner) that was never included on any prior BTS albums or digital music platform. Several other formally unreleased songs are also featured on the trio of discs.
The second Proof single premiers a new song Run BTS, that shares a title with a popular variety television series featuring the group.
The third disc will include alternate versions of songs and demo versions of much-beloved tracks from the K-pop group. Unreleased songs Young Love and Quotation Mark will accompany For Youth, a fan-dedicated track which is the only song from disc 3 of Proof that will be available on digital music platforms.
“Born Singer” “No More Dream” “N.O” “Boy in Luv” “Danger” “I NEED U” “RUN” “Burning Up (FIRE)” “Blood Sweat & Tears” “Spring Day” “DNA” “FAKE LOVE” “IDOL” “Boy With Luv” (Feat. Halsey) “ON” “Dynamite” “Life Goes On” “Butter” “Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)”