BTS is currently basking in the success of their latest album, Proof which was released just a few days ago. To add to this, the title track Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment) has made yet another record to add to the fans’ excitement. The title track from the anthology album Proof has recently gained over 40.3 million streams on the popular platform Spotify in the very first week. It makes Yet To Come the first-ever Korean act to gain the highest number of streams in the first week of its release.
The other tracks
For the unversed, the other tracks from the album like Run BTS, Born Singer, and For Youth have also accumulated multiple streams. Talking about Run BTS, it comes at #1 with a total number of 26 million streams, For Youth stands at #6 with a total number of almost 15 million streams, and Born Singer ranks at #7 with a total number of 12.6 million streams. As for Proof, it holds the record for the biggest debut album streams in the very first week of its release after having gained 222.4 million first-week streams on Spotify while setting an all-time smashing record.
More on the charts
As per the Official Single Chart Top 100 released by the Official Chart Company on June 17, 2022, BTS’ track Yet To Come has ranked in the 27th number while the other song Run BTS has climbed to the 62nd rank in the top 100 rankings. For the unversed, the official chart ranks all the popular songs in the UK weekly depending on the music/album sales and streaming.
The music video
Earlier, the BTS members created quite an amazing ruckus after having released the much-awaited music video of Yet to Come. All the members look super gorgeous in somber colors in the official video. The faint piano keys and the organ synth add further weightage to the video.
Check out the video below.
The hiatus rumors
A few days ago, rumors started going around that BTS is going into a hiatus which left a whole lot of fans feeling disappointed. However, the Bangtan Boys and their agency were quick to disperse the speculations that the group is not getting disbanded and that the members will now be focusing on their individual careers.
HYBE also reportedly shared a statement that reads, “BTS are not taking a hiatus. Members will be focusing more on solo projects at this time.” HYBE has further clarified that all the members will still be working on projects as a group and individually as well. Another BigHit Music official said, “It’s not a declaration of a suspension of activity, but a notice of individual activities for Ch 2. It’s a different form of activity than before. Due to some misunderstandings, we’re preparing an official release to correct them soon.” The BTS members RM, Jungkook, and V also dismissed the rumors by addressing the fans and assuring them that no such plans are on their plate as of now.