After BTS invaded the realm of gaming with their appearance in Fortnite last week, the Kpop septet is again under the spotlight with the announcement of BTS’s new album.
The Kpop septet’s upcoming album is called BE (Deluxe Edition) which is slated for 20th November was declared on their official twitter account on Sunday where they linked an app called Weverse, which updates their Army all over the world about the latest information on BTS and it also contained the press release details for BE (Deluxe Edition).
“Hello. This is Big Hit Entertainment,” the group’s label wrote in the statement on the Weverse app. “BTS’ new album “BE (Deluxe Edition)” will be released on Friday, November 20.”
The Statement continued claiming that BTS’ new album will contain the most “BTS-esque” songs yet. Big Hit also said that the group is going to continue helping BTS Army in the tough times of pandemic through their music. “The latest story from BTS begins by declaring that ‘even in the face of this new normality, our life goes on’ and imparts a message of healing to fans and to the world.”
It also went into the details of how different the BE album is from the group’s previous projects by saying that “For this album, in particular, the septet took a step further and was involved not only in the music making process, but also in the overall production: concept, composition, design, etc.,” and also that the album “reflects the thoughts, emotions and deepest ruminations of BTS while working on the album.”
“BE (Deluxe Edition)” will be available worldwide at midnight EST on November 20. BTS’ new album which can be preordered from the app will be available for limited quantities for first-run print stocks and pre-order time periods may vary from different retailers.
To add to fans’ excitement BTS also announced prior to their album’s announcement that they will appear on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” for a week-long special, from today to Oct 2nd where they will perform 5 songs for 5 nights.
BTS’ latest single Dynamite had topped Billboard’s Hot 100 for two consecutive weeks. They also performed the song virtually at the MTV Music Awards and took home 4 awards in Best Pop, Kpop, Group, and Choreography categories.