K-pop superstars BTS have released an anthology album along with the music video for its lead single "Yet to Come."
On Friday, the seven-member boy band dropped "Proof," a three-disc record with 35 tracks, mostly hits from the group's nearly nine-year run. It also includes new songs, such as single "Yet to Come," "Born Singer," "Run BTS," and "For Youth."
The video for the sentimental "Yet to Come," meanwhile, depicts the BTS members in a desert and is filled with references from the act's past music videos.
Ahead of the release, BTS asked ARMYs to share fan-related stories in honor of the group's 9th debut anniversary, which is happening on Monday.
BTS will promote the album on Korean TV music shows in the coming week, marking the group's return to such programs in over 2 years, label Big Hit Music said in a report by K-pop news portal Soompi.
“Proof” marks the first full release from the K-pop phenomenon since “BE” in November 2020.
Since its debut in 2013, BTS has spearheaded a global K-Pop craze with catchy, upbeat music and dances, as well as lyrics and social campaigns aimed at empowering youngsters.
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