BTS disclosed they will be taking a break to focus on their individual careers, with a number of separate projects in development on June 14 at BTS' Festa dinner, which is part of a yearly commemoration of their formation. The band expressed regret for disappointing their "BTS Army" and acknowledged the choice was difficult to make. "It's not like we're disbanding!" said band member Suga, attempting to defuse the situation.
Die-hard BTS fans cannot keep calm as the K-pop boy band is teasing new music. Through a teaser posted on social media, with a tagline that read 'We Are Bulletproof,' the boy-band has announced new music. The new album is set to be released on June 10. The band's agency, Big Hit Music, has stated that more details about the upcoming album would be shared at a later date.
Korean boy band BTS, won the most honorable award 'Artist of the Year', at the American Music Awards 2021 held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Furthermore, the award was more special for the band as it was their American TV debut stage. Notably, in 2017, the band performed DNA at the AMAs. The band leader, RM said, "Very surprised. I don't know what to say."
After a concert in 2017, the K-Pop band BTS was accused of lip-syncing. Critics claimed that they couldn't sing and dance at the same time. Reportedly, the band during its "Mic-Drop" performance at SBS Gayo-Daegu, Suga merely paused and glanced at the camera with an expression faking the vocals. However, the band didn't openly address the matter.
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The TIME Magazine has announced the South Korean band BTS as its 2020 Entertainer of the Year. The magazine has honoured them for their widespread presence during Covid-19 and their support towards the Black Lives Matter movement. The seven-member K-pop boy band has been recently recognized at various occasions for their magical performances. Earlier in November 2020, the band's 'Dynamite' track had led them to clinch their first Grammy… read-more
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