BTS finally unveils the official tracklist of their upcoming anthology album, "PROOF." Fans will once again hear the songs that shaped Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook's career as a group for the past nine years since they debuted in 2013.
Aside from some of the best tracks of BTS, "PROOF" will also feature three new additional songs across three CDs. Though some ARMYs have mixed feelings about the set of songs to be released, it can't be denied that many are excited.
Koreaboo noted fans are looking forward to seeing a full-length album, considering "Map of the Soul: 7" has 20 tracks. Despite the frustration, though, they are already happy knowing that they will be hearing something new from the boys.
Some even find the release of the anthology album perfect for honoring the group's past and marking the beginning of a new era. With the release of the anthology album's official tracklist, many feel proud of their achievements.
The album's first CD will feature "Born Singer," "DNA," "Butter" and more. Alternatively, its lead single will be called "Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)."
BTS is expected to drop new details and content of "PROOF" throughout the months of May and June until it officially drops next month. BigHit Music even released a full schedule for the fans to keep track of.
By the looks of it, May and June will be busy months for the ARMYs. However, Pinkvilla cited the empty space for June 13 looks intriguing.
Does it mean there will be a new upload or information about BTS's next comeback? Is something different about to happen that time?
Elsewhere, the album's cover looks softer with its blue and white hues, leading to the question if the song sounds soft like "Butterfly" or "Euphoria."
As the questions continuously pour, BTS may drop more teasers and details about the track's concept very soon. Meanwhile, BigHit Music officially announced the coming of "PROOF" on WeVerse.
It will be composed of three CDs featuring the thoughts of Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook as they remember their past, live their present and think about their future.
"As BTS, celebrating the 9th anniversary of their debut this year, is opening a new chapter as an artist in their 10th year," the announcement read. "This album was planned and completed to reflect on their activities and reflect on their meaning."