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The boys announced on Wednesday that they will be releasing their ‘BTS, THE BEST’ Japanese album, which will include some of their biggest hits and pre-release tracks. According to reports on Korean news portals, since the big announcement, 1.1 million copies of the album were shipped for sale.
On the occasion of their 8th debut anniversary, K-pop boyband BTS has announced a special gift for Japanese AMRYs. BTS celebrated its eighth debut anniversary by hosting a broadcast and a two-day online concert event called, Muster SOWOOZO. The K-Pop band is all set to release their BTS’ Japanese compilation album, BTS The Best on June 16.
BTS The Best Album tracklist
M1. Film out
M2. DNA -Japanese ver.-
M3. Best Of Me -Japanese ver.-
M5. 血、汗、涙 -Japanese ver.-
M6. FAKE LOVE -Japanese ver.-
M7. Black Swan -Japanese ver.-
M8. Airplane pt.2 -Japanese ver.-
M9. Go Go -Japanese ver.-
M10. IDOL -Japanese ver.-
M11. Dionysus -Japanese ver.-
M12. MIC Drop -Japanese ver.-
M1. Boy With Luv -Japanese ver.-
M2. Stay Gold
M3. Let Go
M4. Spring Day -Japanese ver.-
M5. ON -Japanese ver.-
M6. Don’t Leave Me
M7. Not Today -Japanese ver.-
M8. Make It Right -Japanese ver.-
M9. Your eyes tell
M10. Crystal Snow
In 2019, Teen Vogue rounded up our favorite BTS moments from the year in a scrapbook collage of sorts: the historic moments, the funny memes, the style statements, the great music. In 2020, BTS’s story has only grown, as the Korean septet continued to smash barriers with music that was joyous, introspective, and pure comfort in a hellish year.
Inside the massive world that BTS has built, it only makes sense to focus this 2020 edition on the group’s continued flood of accomplishments and records, as well as their positive platform — and some of the songs that further cemented their legacy in global popular music. Whether you’re a 2013 ARMY or just fell down the rabbit hole this year, enjoy a chronological journey through BTS’s landmark 2020.
Just hours before his 28th birthday, Jin surprised fans with the release of a new solo song, titled “Abyss.” Jin teamed up with BUMZU to put complex feelings of burnout and anxiety onto paper, and ultimately, into song form. The result was a poignant and raw ballad that put inner exploration at the center. The track was accompanied by a heartfelt letter from the singer, where he touched upon his experience with the all-too-familiar impostor syndrome after what’s been BTS’s most historic year to date.
On December 10, TIME magazine crowned BTS the 2020 Entertainer of the Year. In 2019, the septet made the magazine’s 100 Most Influential People list, with a blurb written by “Boy With Luv” collaborator Halsey. In 2018, they were part of the Next Generation Leaders package. “BTS isn’t just the biggest K-pop act on the charts. They’ve become the biggest band in the world—full stop,” the publication wrote about BTS’s latest inclusion. Alongside a series of portraits shot by Mok Jung Wook in Seoul during late October, the members opened up persevering in the face of adversity, their relationship with fans, and the unexpected wins of 2020. The septet also offered an exclusive performance of their chart-topping and now Grammy-nominated single “Dynamite” during the Person of the Year reveal broadcast.
Rapper J-Hope summed up BTS’s mission succinctly in the interview: “I always wanted to become an artist that can provide comfort, relief, and positive energy to people. That intent harmonized with the sincerity of our group and led us to who we are today.