BTS revealed the release date of their next studio album this weekend at a party in Las Vegas.
During the fourth and final consecutive performance of the South Korean boy group at Allegiant Stadium, a dynamic montage of scenes from BTS’ music videos was played on the screen. The dramatic teaser video ended with “We are bulletproof,” followed by the date: June 10, 2022.
to me paintingPop music subsidiary Big Hit Music confirmed the arrival of the band’s new album in a statement published on Weverse on Sunday. It’s unclear if “We Are Bulletproof” is the title of the project, as the confident phrase has been part of BTS’s music and branding since the group’s inception.
According to Billboard, Big Hit Music announced that “BTS will be returning with another new album on June 10, 2022.”
“Details for the new album will be provided in a separate notice at a later time. We look forward to your love and support for BTS’ new album. Thank you.”
The official announcement comes a day after BTS wrapped their mini-residence in Las Vegas, their stage dance pass, which ran from April 8-9 and again on April 15-16. Butter stroke makers For the first time their permit to dance on stage It was set at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood last year.
Earlier this month, BTS attended the 64th Grammy Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, where they were nominated for pop duo/group performance for the second year in a row. In 2021, she topped the hit single “Dynamite” on the series Septet over Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande’s “Rain on Me”. This time, Doja Cat and SZA’s song “Kiss Me More” dominated the song “Butter”.
RM, V, Suga, Jin, Jungkook, Jimin and J-Hope also took the Grammys stage this year for a smooth and engaging performance of “Butter”, featuring the inscription From singer Olivia Rodrigo “Driving License”.
“Guys, I know there is a lot of hype around the Grammys and the team themselves,” BTS member RM said last weekend during one of the group’s Vegas shows.
“But, you know, why would you give-about it?…We didn’t come to Vegas for the Grammys. We came to Vegas for the ARMYs, right?” he said, referring to their fans.
This story originally appeared Los Angeles Times.
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