On Friday, June 10, K-pop sensations BTS made their comeback with a blast through their new anthology album 'Proof.' Yet To Come its new music video was dropped by the septet yesterday and it has received an overwhelming response from the BTS ARMYs across the globe. Social Media is flooded with messages full of love and emotions for the bangtan boys.
Now, over 24 hours from the release, Proof has become the only second album to register 2 million sales on Hanteo, however, the first one is also of the BTS 2020 release Map Of The Soul: 7 whose record copies sold were 2.15 million. Yet To Come the title track of the new album Proof became the number one song on the music streaming platform melOn as soon as it was released. In more than 97 regions including countries like the United States, Australia, Canada, and others it was on the top of the chart on iTunes.
Anthology album Proof is more of nostalgia as it tracks the successful nine years journey of BTS. The album has three new songs that are Yet To Come, Run BTS, and For Youth along with the old songs of BTS stars. For now, we can surely say that BTS' new album is dominating the global music industry being on top of the charts on the majority of platforms and expected to break even more records in the next few days.
Meanwhile, On June 13 that is the anniversary of BTS, the K-pop celebs will perform live some of the songs from the newly released album which a very limited number of fans will get to attend live. They will also promote their album on Korean music shows.