BTS unveils the lead single off its anthology album Proof

Seoul, South Korea – BTS is giving fans a sneak peek at the tracks on their upcoming anthology album.

BTS just spilled some tea about the tracklist of their forthcoming anthology album, Proof.
BTS just spilled some tea about the tracklist of their forthcoming anthology album, Proof.  © Amy Sussman / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Getty Images via AFP

Get ready, BTS ARMY, because your favorite K-pop group just spilled the tea about their forthcoming anthology album.

The three-part album is titled Proof, and BTS is giving their devoted fans an inside look at what music will be included on the first two CDs of the three-part album.

According to BTS' official Twitter, the lead single off the record is called Yet to Come. The official music video teaser is poised to drop on June 8, while the album itself is slated for a June 10 release.

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Yet to Come is one of three new tracks on Proof, which BTS is releasing in celebration of their nine-year anniversary. Also included on the album are fan favorite bops such as Butter, Dynamite, and Fake Love amongst several others.

BTS' management group Big Hit Entertainment reportedly released a statement about the forthcoming record stating, "The BTS anthology album that embodies the history of BTS will be released as they begin a new chapter," adding Proof consists of songs, "that reflect the thoughts and ideas of the members on the past, present, and future of BTS."

Prior to dropping the anthology album's tracklist, Big Hit Entertainment shared a slew of promotional dates surrounding the album's release, such as "concept photos", music video teasers, official video releases, and more.

As part of the album's rollout, fans can expect what BTS has dubbed its "proof of inspiration" to arrive on May 16.

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