BTS creates a new record on Apple Music with their new weekly series

BTS' new record
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BTS fans are already cheering as the Septet is just a few days away from releasing its comeback album Proof. The anthology album has already created a sensation all over the internet owing to its tracklists and pre-sales records. Now, much to the army’s surprise, the Bangtan Boys have created yet another record much to everyone’s excitement. It is something related to Apple Music, and you will surely be excited after getting to know the same!

The Apple Music Show Record

It was on May 26 that Apple Music announced about the BTS members launching their debut weekly series titled BTS Radio: Past & Present on Apple: 1. It will be a limited series in which the members of the Septet will be revealing their journey to stardom while reminiscing the beautiful moments of their careers. For the unversed, they are close to completing nine years in the industry.

The episodes

If the news about the series wasn’t enough, the army was more excited to know that the episodes of the series are already out. For the unversed, the first-ever episode aired on May 28 and May 29, 2022. Not only that but Apple also announced that the Bangtan Boys also broke a new record of all time. The popular streaming service announced the news on Twitter while stating that the first episode of the series has a greater number of users as compared to any other series on the platform.

The announcement

Here is what Apple Music wrote on their official handle.

“#BTSARMY you did it! (sic) @BTS_twt broke the record for biggest show of the year with their debut episode of #BTSRadio on Apple Music 1.”

Check out the tweet below.

BTS Radio: Past & Present is reportedly a three-part series and the next two episodes are going to be aired on June 3 and June 10 respectively. The show features hand-picked songs of the BTS members who also reveal the meanings that they carry along and how they formed themselves as a strong group over the years.

The upcoming meeting

For the unversed, the BTS members are going to meet US President Joe Biden soon to discuss Asian inclusion and representation. RM, the leader of the group, recently expressed his excitement about the upcoming meeting in one of his tweets. As for their upcoming anthology album Proof, it is scheduled for release on June 10, 2022.

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