BTS ALBUM_"BTS" has unveiled a tracklist for its new album "BE (Deluxe Edition)"

The group "BTS" has unveiled a tracklist for its new album "BE (Deluxe Edition)" written in handwriting.

On the 11th, BTS posted a tracklist image of "Rain" on its official SNS. The eight track titles written in the members' handwriting attract attention.

The first track is the title track "Life Goes On." It is followed by "How to Travel My Room," "Blue & Grey," "Skit," "Skit," "Bottoms," "Stay," and "Dynamite."

With the release of the tracklist on the same day, fans around the world are paying keen attention to what melodies and messages each song will contain.

The digital cover released together gives the feeling of a short letter with English sentences written in cursive under the white background with the album's title "Rain."

"Rain," which will be released worldwide at the same time on the 20th, was completed with BTS actively participating in the overall album production.

The album also includes "Dynamite," which shines at No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard's "Hot 100" chart.

According to the latest chart released by Billboard, a U.S. music media outlet, on the 10th (local time), BTS's digital single "Dynamite" ranked ninth on the "Pop Song" chart for the second consecutive week after last week.
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[Seoul = Newsis] BTS. (Photo = Big Hit Entertainment provided) 2020.11.04. photo@newsis.com
The "Pop Song" chart, one of Billboard's radio charts, ranks the top 40 songs in the pop genre by counting the number of weekly broadcasts by about 160 major radio stations in the U.S.

Also, "Dinermite" ranked 16th on Billboard's main singles chart "Hot 100." Upon its release on August 21, it became the first Korean singer to reach the top for two consecutive weeks, and has been at the top for more than 10 weeks.

It ranked third on the Billboard Global (excluding the U.S.) chart, which ranks streaming and sales in more than 200 countries and regions, and fourth on the Billboard Global 200 chart.

In addition, it broke its own record at 14th place on the Radio Song chart, followed by "Digital Song Sales," "Mexico Air Play," "Canada Hot 100" at 15th, "Adult Pop Song" at 16th, and "Adult Contemporary" at 21st place.

After the album's release, BTS will unveil its title track "Life Goes On" for the first time at the "2020 American Music Awards" at the U.S. pop music awards ceremony on the 22nd (local time). New song performances can also be seen at award ceremonies and year-end stages at broadcasting stations in Korea.


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