BTS have sent the Army into overdrive after confirming the tracklist for their new album.
The K-pop boyband – made up of Jin, Jimin, V, Suga, J-Hope, RM and Jungkook – have been teasing fans with their new album BE and it’s finally set to drop later this month on November 20.
After getting fans all riled up by dropping concept clips of the new deluxe edition album ahead of its release, BTS have now treated us all to a first look at its tracklist.
It includes their record-breaking single Dynamite, as well as tracks Life Goes On, Stay, Blue & Grey and Skit.
The three other tracks making up the album were listed in Korean, with their English translations being Fly To My Room, Telepathy and Dis-ease.
BigHit Entertainment tweeted the tracklist while confirming BE’s release date and, naturally, the band’s fans went wild for it.
‘LET’S GO OMG,’ tweeted one fan, while another backed BTS’ release to be the ‘ALBUM OF THE MF YEAR BITCHES’.
‘IS THIS REAL MY EYES,’ tweeted another excited fan.
One more was already backing the album to be just as big a success as BTS’ other releases, as they said: ‘Can we just give grammy or at least nominate BE already, let’s face it…it’s bts, it’s gonna hit…’
Can we just give grammy or at least nominate BE already, let’s face it…it’s bts, it’s gonna hit…
— annasolovieva (@annasolovieva82) November 10, 2020
IS THIS REAL MY EYES
— mina⁷ (@EUPH0RIAL0VE) November 10, 2020
ALBUM OF THE MF YEAR BITCHES
— 𝐣𝐨𝐨𝐧𝐢𝐞𝐛𝐞𝐥𝐥𝐬⁷☆ (@_luvbts) November 10, 2020
LETS GO OMG
— kass⁷ 🍒 (@jeonbubbles) November 10, 2020
BTS have announced that Life Goes On will be the lead track from new album BE and it will be released on the same day as the album, later this month.
They’re set to perform Life Goes On for the first time at the American Music Awards that will take place on November 22.
BE follows on from the boys’ last album Map Of the Soul: 7, which was released in February, and was put together by BTS during the coronavirus pandemic, which saw their world tour postponed.
It’s said to reflect the ‘thoughts, emotions and deepest ruminations of BTS’, with each member of the band being directly involved in putting the album together when it comes to styling, songwriting and visuals too.
They told Teen Vogue in an interview in August: ‘Each member has a significant share for this upcoming album. An increase of direct participation in the album-making process allowed us to explore more aspects of our music and creativity.
Credit: Original article published here.