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BTS drop ‘Proof’ logo trailer; anthology album to celebrate 9 years of K-Pop band | K-pop Movie News

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Pop Icons BTS have released the logo trailer of their new anthology album ‘Proof’.

The boys took to their global fandom platform Weverse today to unveil the new clip that ends with the line ‘We are bulletproof‘. According to their label, the album will drop at 12 am (ET) on June 10.

‘Proof’ celebrates the nine years of BTS’ journey since their debut, and opens a new chapter upon their 10th year as artists. The new album will include various tracks that present BTS’ thoughts on their past, present and future including three new tracks.

The new logo trailer takes ARMY on a nostalgic trip down memory lane by showing off the band’s impressive nine-year discography, starting from their debut in 2013.

BigHit Music made the official announcement on the same last month in a post that read, “BTS will be back with another new album on June 10, 2022.”

“We look forward to your love and support for BTS’ new album,” they added.

BTS released the song ‘We Are Bulletproof: Part 2’ in 2013 and followed it up with ‘We Are Bulletproof: The Eternal’, as a continuation of the previous track.

The septet, comprising RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook, released their last album ‘BE’ in December 2020.

Most recently, BTS wrapped up their ‘PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE – LAS VEGAS’ concert, where they promised to be back with more songs and shows.

Post ‘BE’, BTS released two back-to-back English singles ‘Butter’ and ‘Permission to Dance’ in May and July 2021, respectively.

They were nominated for the second time for the best pop duo/ group performance Grammy for ‘Butter’, but lost out to Doja Cat and SZA’s ‘Kiss Me More’.

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