BTS: Meet the first tracklist of “Proof”, Bangtan’s next album

BTS: Meet the first tracklist of “Proof”, Bangtan’s next album

BTS released the tracklist for Proof CD-1, Bangtan's long-awaited album.
BTS released the tracklist for Proof CD-1, Bangtan's long-awaited album.

BTS , the famous K-pop boy band , is preparing its new album “Proof”, which will be released on June 10, 2022. In the same line of promotion and advances of the material, this Sunday, May 8, the BTS official account shared with ARMY through their networks the tracklist of CD1 of their next album. In this note we will let you know the songs that make up the first tracklist of the three that make up the new Bangtan album.

A few weeks after BTS’s comeback, the boyband continues to release new pieces or previews of “Proof”. This album will be a compilation and will have two versions as we could know thanks to the presale. In turn, the material is made up of 3 CDs with different playlists.

On this occasion BigHit, BTS’s representative agency, revealed Proof’s #1 tracklist:

In the published poster we can see 19 songs from different Bangtan eras that take us on a journey and evolution of young idols. This first tracklist is headed by “Born singer” and continues with other titles such as No more dream, NO, DNA, Danger, Run, I need u, Butter, Dynamite, among others; ending with “Yet to come”.

Born singer is a song written by the rapline of BTS and it is extremely important for the group as it is a thank you to ARMY for the support they have received and also an ode to the hard work and difficult times they faced in order to debut and become a world-renowned group in the music industry. Here we share Born singer:

As it became known, the single that Bangtan Sonyeondan will promote is the one that closes the first tracklist under the name “Yet to come” . The title of this new compilation album called Proof is based on the name of the band, which translated into English is We are bulletproof as a direct translation of the Korean Bangtan Sonyeondan. In addition, this phrase was used by the Bangtan boys after their debut on June 13, 2013.

Likewise, in the image shared by BIGHIT MUSIC, it is also observed in the credits of Yet to come, that J-Hope, Suga and RM (the BTS rapline) have been part of the production of the single. With this, expanding their roles and musical skills more and more.

ARMY was excited by the new news about PROOF and showed it on the networks by sharing the best and most difficult moments of Bangtan throughout his career:



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