BTS member J-Hope surprised ARMY with his pre-release MORE, released on July 1, ahead of launching his debut solo Jack In The Box. J-Hope issued a statement for his followers on Twitter stating, “I am feeling thankful, perhaps also sorry for many ARMYs all around the world for accepting those thoughts and emotions together!!!” The announcement came after BTS revealed they will be taking a break to work on solo projects.
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Adele has announced that her fourth album, "30" will be released on November 19 in her Instagram post. Reportedly, she started working on the record for over three years and was in a completely different place than she had anticipated. ''I feel like I've finally found my feeling again...I'm ready to finally put this album out,'' said Adele. Notably, she'll be on stage after a gap of six years.
Billie Eilish, who is popularly known for her song "Bad Guy", released her second album "Happier Than Ever", consisting of 16 songs. The songs include the already released "My Future'" "Therefore I am" and a few more. "This was the most fulfilling most satisfying and profound experience I’ve ever had with my music", the 19-year-old Grammy award winner posted on her Instagram handle.
Taylor Swift took to Twitter and revealed that the re-recorded version of the album Red would be released on November 19. However, the album will have all the songs that were supposed to go in the original album. Swift recently had released a re-recorded version of her one of the iconic albums "Fearless". Besides, she confirmed the re-launch of her first six studio albums from 2019, after Scooter Braun purchased the master audios.
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Michael Ball and Alfie Boe's Christmas album "Together at Christmas" has been ranked number 1 on this week’s UK Official Albums Chart. They have ousted the South Korean boy band BTS from the spot. BTS' new album "BE" settled at second position. Ball said, "the greatest early Christmas present we could've wished for." The album includes their new track 'My Christmas Will Be Better Than Yours'.
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South Korean pop band BTS has announced the release of a new album ‘BE’ on November 20. The new album imparts a message, "Even in the face of this new normality, our life goes on." The band said that the new album contains the most ''BTS-esque'' music. They have also planned an online concert on October 10 and 11, in the support of ‘Map of the Soul: 7’, their first album of the year.
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