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I am jealous of all the DJs that have heard Butter lol but we only have about two weeks left to wait.

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BTS     [From left: Jin, Jungkook, V, Suga, Jimin, RM (Leader) and J-hope]       PROFILE       DISCOG

EVENT: BE Listening Party   BTS released their new album BE on November 20. They were also nominated for a Grammy award on November 24.     In order to give everyone the

https://bit.ly/2Vec9o6   Firstly, I would like to thank @partyon and @Lmangla for giving us the opportunity to host the 1st Listening Party for BTS latest album BE.  Instead of feeling down

36 minutes ago, Yinye said:

I am jealous of all the DJs that have heard Butter lol but we only have about two weeks left to wait.

Me too lol

I hope I will like it.

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On 5/6/2021 at 8:59 AM, Yinye said:

I am jealous of all the DJs that have heard Butter lol but we only have about two weeks left to wait.

 

Agree with that.  I know I'll like it. 

 

 

 

 

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The first teaser photo is great; everyone of the looks amazing and I think the colors are hints. 
 

 

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1 minute ago, YongZura⁷ᴮᴱ said:

 Long time no see @partyon Don't forget to come back later.  I'm saving your seat on the 21st for the party. :1646639759_ezgif.com-gif-maker(1): It's going to be smooth as BUTTER 

 

Thanks chingu :kiss_wink: Is something big happening on the 21st?

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1 hour ago, partyon said:

Thanks chingu :kiss_wink: Is something big happening on the 21st?

 

He he he... now I know what you did here last night (my time zone) :getmygrooveon: (that means my posts here were not as informative as I thought)

 

 

We're getting the next single called "Butter" on the 21st May at 1 p.m KST and then

 

 

 

CF - #FILA

 

RM

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Jimin

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V, J-hope and Jin

Suga and Jung Kook

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  • YongZura⁷ changed the title to ♡ GRAMMY Nominated BTS (방탄소년단) Official Thread [(BTS new single #ButterIsComing) (Voting #iHeartAwards #BBMAs)]

I finally completed my BTS Korean discography and a few other concerts — and still don’t have a photo card of V (his voice is what initially drew me to their song!) I don’t count BE photo cards. Maybe next album lol. 

 

It is funny that the universe knows I am slightly Hobi biased because I keep getting his photo cards - 6 (followed by Suga - 4; Jimin - 3; Jin - 2; RM and JK - 1 each).

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Great Article from Rolling Stone (psst...are you buying the set?)

June cover

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The Triumph of BTS

How seven young superstars rewrote music-biz rules and became the biggest band in the world

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“This is a very serious and deep question,” says RM, the 26-year-old leader of the world’s biggest band. He pauses to think. We’re talking about utopian and dystopian futures, about how the boundary-smashing, hegemony-overturning global success of his group, the wildly talented seven-member South Korean juggernaut BTS, feels like a glimpse of a new and better world, of an interconnected 21st century actually living up to its promise. 

BTS’ downright magical levels of charisma, their genre-defying, sleek-but-personal music, even their casually nontoxic, skin-care-intensive brand of masculinity — every bit of it feels like a visitation from some brighter, more hopeful timeline. What RM is currently pondering, however, is how all of it contrasts with a darker landscape all around them, particularly the horrifying recent wave of anti-Asian violence and discrimination across a global diaspora. 

“We are outliers,” says RM, “and we came into the American music market and enjoyed this incredible success.” In 2020, seven years into their career, BTS’ first English-language single, the irresistible “Dynamite,” hit Number One, an achievement so singular it prompted a congratulatory statement from South Korea’s president, Moon Jae-in. The nation has long been deeply invested in its outsize cultural success beyond its borders, known as the Korean Wave.

“Now, of course, there is no utopia,” RM continues. “There’s a light side; there’s always going to be a dark side. The way we think is that everything that we do, and our existence itself, is contributing to the hope for leaving this xenophobia, these negative things, behind. It’s our hope, too, that people in the minority will draw some energy and strength from our existence. Yes, there’s xenophobia, but there are also a lot of people who are very accepting. . . . The fact that we have faced success in the United States is very meaningful in and of itself.”

At the moment, RM is in an acoustically treated room at his label’s headquarters in Seoul, wearing a white medical mask to protect a nearby translator. a black bucket hat, and a black hoodie from the Los Angeles luxury label Fear of God. As RM has had to explain too many times on U.S. talk shows, he taught himself his fluent English via bingeing Friends DVDs. Still, he makes understandable use of the interpreter when the conversation gets complex.

RM is a fan of complexity. He was on a path toward an elite university education before a love of hip-hop, first sparked by a Korean group, Epik High, detoured him into superstardom. Bang Si-hyuk, the cerebral, intense-yet-avuncular mogul-producer who founded BTS’ record company, Big Hit Entertainment (now HYBE), signed RM first, in 2010, and gradually formed BTS around the rapper’s talent and magnetism. “When I first met RM,” says Si-hyuk, “I felt a sense of duty that I must help him grow to become a great artist after acknowledging his musical talents and ways of thinking.”

When BTS debuted in 2013, Big Hit was an underdog startup in a South Korean music business then dominated by three huge firms (Si-hyuk had been a producer for one of them, JYP). Big Hit reportedly once ran out of cash while filming a video. Now, thanks to BTS’ success, HYBE is a publicly traded corporation so large it just snapped up the American management company behind Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande. “We always set goals and standards that may seem ideal, and try our best to get there as close as possible,” Si-hyuk says. “It’s still the same.”

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