Global K-pop sensation BTS dropped its anthology album “Proof” on Friday afternoon, unveiling three new songs and one music video with the three-CD package.
At 1 p.m. on Friday, Big Hit Music released the album, along with the music video of the new lead single “Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)” via YouTube.
The three-CD album marks the septet’s first official release since “Butter” in July last year, and with new songs released for the first time in around nine months following the band’s collaborative single “My Universe” with British band Coldplay.
According to the act’s agency Big Hit Music, the album carries the past, present and future of the band, looking back on the nine years the seven bandmates have spent as a group and embodying their hopes for the next chapter.
Among the 48 tracks listed in total are three never-before-released songs: “Yet to Come,” “Run BTS” and “For Youth.”
Listed as the last track of the first CD is the album’s title track, “Yet to Come,” a mid-tempo alternative hip-hop genre through which the bandmates cherish the path they have walked until now and promise for a brighter future. The band’s three rappers, RM, Suga and J-Hope, made contributions to the song.
“The past was honestly the best. But my best is what comes next,” “You and I, the best moment is yet to come,” the band sings.
The music video for “Yet to Come” takes place in a desert, where the boys stroll around in spotless white suits. As they sing, the members pass by symbolic objects from their past music videos, such as “Just One Day,” “Boy With Luv,” “Run,” “Intro: The Most Beautiful Moment,” “Blood Sweat Tears,” “Spring Day,” “Fake Love” and “No More Dream,” stringing together their past years to present.