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At last! BTS premieres ‘Proof’, a song full of history

BTS has won the hearts of thousands or perhaps millions of people in the world and it is not for less, since each of their songs is marked by messages of self-love, friendship and hope in the darkest moments.

Best of all, these melodies will arrive on a compilation album for his new production called proofwhich celebrates Bangtan’s nine-year career in the music industry.

BTS premieres 'Proof', the song that will take you on a review of its history

To the delight of all fans, proof is now available on Spotify and other music platforms in South Korea. So don’t wait any longer and run to listen to it.

The album is made up of three discs, a total of 48 songs, 45 of which have starred in his greatest hits during his musical career. The remaining three songs are unreleased songs, with which the group thanks ARMY for all their support and unconditional love.

Yet To Come is one of the unreleased songs that BTS prepared for this album and the official video clip has already been released, accumulating so far more than 36 million views, 5 million likes and 2 million comments on YouTube alone.

The song performed by J-Hope, Jimin, V, JungKook, RM, Jin and Suga is full of both visual and auditory references to the projects that marked a before and after in his career.

BTS premieres 'Proof', the song that will take you on a review of its history

The lyrics talk about the promising future that awaits them as a group and, possibly, as soloists. Despite their great success, the best is yet to come for both them and ARMY.

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