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Everything We Know About BTS’ ‘Be’ (So Far)


BTS has already been heating up 2020 with their record-breaking English-language single “Dynamite,” but they’re not done yet. The group is just weeks away from unveiling their new album Be.

As the ARMY anxiously awaits the release, we at Billboard are here to hold fans over by compiling everything we know about the album (so far).

See below.

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Release Date

BTS’ comeback album Be is set to drop worldwide on November 20 at midnight ET via Big Hit Entertainment.

Pre-order

Pre-order is available for fans via Weverse, Amazon and Target, among other retailers. Make sure to snag a limited-edition deluxe set while it’s available, as it includes a CD, a photobook, a making book, a lyric poster, eight photocards, a polaroid photo card, a photoframe, seven postcards and a poster.

Track List

The eight-track album features smash hit “Dynamite,” plus “Life Goes On,” “Fly to My Room,” “Blue & Grey,” “Skit,” “Telepathy,” “Dis-ease” and “Stay.”

Already Released Songs

“Dynamite,” and it’s music video filled with a “little funk and soul,” is perhaps the septet’s biggest song yet. The track reigned atop the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart for three weeks, and ran up the most views in 24 hours of any video in YouTube history. It also topped Billboard’s  Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. U.S. charts dated Oct. 24.

BTS also set another record when “Dynamite” became the most-commented on clip ever, with more than 9 million comments at the time of publication.

Retro Vibe?

If the “Dynamite” music video and the group’s recent Season’s Greetings DVD preview are any indication, BTS is exploring time traveling in this next musical era.

Always decked in disco-tinged looks or 90s-inspired styles, the septet knows how to crank out hits and look good while doing it.





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