SEOUL — BTS fans, rejoice: The K-pop superstars have dropped a long-awaited anthology album as the band’s 10th anniversary approaches.
According to Billboard, “Proof,” a three-disc, mostly retrospective album that features 48 tracks curated by band members, hit retailers Friday.
“‘Proof’ is the core of BTS’ history,” the group, which formed in 2013, said on its official website. “The new three-CD album introduces three new tracks, one in each CD: ‘Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment),’ ‘Run BTS’ and ‘For Youth,’ each in different genres conveying their own messages.”
Most major streaming sites are offering the first and second discs, which include the band’s hit singles and solo or sub-unit tracks, Billboard reported. Most of the demo-rich third disc is available only on the CD version of the album, although fans will be able to stream “For Youth,” according to the entertainment outlet.
The band also released a music video for “Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment).” Check it out below:
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