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ARMYs are emotional over the references in BTS’ anthology album ‘Proof’

BTS truly holds their past as a group in such high regard, that even ARMYs couldn’t keep their emotions in check after the release of the group’s first anthology album.

On June 10, 2022 at 1 P.M. KST, BTS and Big Hit Music dropped the group’s anthology album, “Proof”, and the accompanying music video for the album’s lead single, “Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)”.

“Proof” includes 3 CDs, compiling their title tracks from the beginning of their career as K-Pop idols up till present (No More Dream to Butter) and 3 new songs: “Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)”, “Run BTS”, and “For Youth”. The third CD, which was not released on streaming platforms, included demo versions of some of their popular songs, including an a capella version of Jungkook’s self-produced song, “Still With You”.

On the album’s first release date, the album had already sold over two million copies worldwide. “Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment” had also swept music charts around the world and even broke their own record for the highest number of first-day streams of any Korean-language song launched on Spotify.

“Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)” was described on Soompi as an “alternative hip hop track that uses the “chipmunk soul” sampling style.” BTS’ rap line—RM, Suga, and J-Hope had participated in the song’s writing, with lyrics expressing the message that “the best moment is yet to come.”

Parts of the music video see references from their past music videos, and ARMYs were so quick to realize it. Beautiful lyrics combined with meaningful references, “Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)” is a heartfelt and motivational song that not only gives everyone a chance to continue on hoping, but also tells everyone that just because their past was tough, doesn’t mean that their efforts wouldn’t be in vain.

Congratulations on your amazing and heartfelt comeback, BTS! And oh, happy 9th anniversary too!


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