BTS reveals full tracklist for 3 part upcoming anthology album Proof

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BTS attends the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena.
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UPDATE: Wednesday, 11 May - 10:00

The South Korean band has shared the final tracklist for their upcoming album. BTS shared the 14 songs that will appear on Part 3 of the anthology album, Proof, on their social media accounts on Tuesday.

"The third CD of the release delves into BTS' process and, as such, holds multiple demo versions of their songs," reports Billboard.

However, part 3 will be CD-only, and the new bonus track For Youth will be the only song released on streaming platforms and digital retailers.


Proof releases 10 June.

UPDATE: Tuesday, 10 May - 06:45

On Monday evening the group revealed the tracklist for Part 2. It will consist of 15 songs including a new song titled, Run BTS.


K-pop group BTS has revealed the tracklist for Part 1 of their upcoming album Proof.

The anthology album, which will consist of three parts, will be released on 10 June and will feature three new songs alongside their past hits.

Among the songs is Born Singer, the septet's version of J Cole's Born Sinner first released in 2013 and the album's lead single Yet to Come, reports Korean pop culture website Soompi.


On Friday, the band shared a detailed promotion schedule for the album rollout on Twitter. The lead single will be released on 8 June, with the video scheduled to drop on 10 June.

Billboard reports that the new album celebrates the band's upcoming ninth anniversary.

The band's management Bight Hit Music said in a statement: "The BTS anthology album that embodies the history of BTS will be released as they begin a new chapter as an artist that has been active for nine years to look back on their endeavours," per Billboard.

"The anthology album Proof that consists of three CDs includes many different tracks — including three all-new tracks — that reflect the thoughts and ideas of the members on the past, present and future of BTS."

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