After a long wait, the first single from BTS’ new album Proof has finally been released. The song, titled “Not Yet Coming” is a departure from their concept of “The Most Beautiful Moment in Life” and includes elements from their previous comeback eras. The music video references their older songs like I Need You, Spring Day, Blood Sweat and Tears, and even their most recent dance pass.
Filmed in a desert-like environment, the song begins with the boys — RM, Jin, J-Hope, Suga, Jimin, V, and Jungkook — dressed in white and sitting on chairs in the same formation as their song Just One Day. BTS ARMYs who have been around for some time will enjoy discovering references to old songs in the video.
The two Grammy nominees have touched stardom heights never before seen by any other South Korean group. In Not Yet To Come, Barrier questions whether all of their accomplishments so far have been their best moments, or is the best yet to come? “Was she the best honestly? Because I just want to see the next,” Jen sings. Jimin says, “Yes, the past was honestly the best, but the best I’ve had is what’s coming next.”
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The song’s YouTube live began with a listening party where old BTS songs, from their debut era, were played. The anthology album Proof celebrates nine years of BTS’s journey since their debut, and opens a new chapter in their tenth year as artists. The new album consists of three CDs containing all-new tracks, member picks, demos, unreleased tracks and more.
For the k-pop group that has been around for nine years, many say that BTS has already reached its peak. The members often spoke of doubts and criticisms about whether they could still make bigger and better music for their fans. This song seems to address all of those concerns, and also build hope that the best is yet to come.
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