BTS perform with Anderson .Paak during Proof’s live performance


BTS fans couldn’t be more excited as the Bangtan Boys recently released their anthology album Proof on June 10, 2022. Apart from that, they also marked their 9th debut anniversary a few days after the album’s release. With this, the youngest member of the group, Jungkook, also released his new song My You, to mark the group’s debut anniversary, much to the excitement of the army around the world. Even now, our excitement levels are yet to subside as the Septet returned with yet another surprise.

The live performance


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Recently, all the BTS members, including RM, Jin, Jimin, Suga, V, Jungkook, and J-Hope, performed a live show of their latest album, Proof. The most adorable surprise was musician Anderson .Paak’s entry and it made for the most cheerful moment in the live session. The group members performed on Yet To Come with the special guest who could be seen playing the drums! In a recently released video by Bangtan TV, the BTS members also sang for Born Sinner and For Youth.

BTS and Anderson .Paak

The Bangtan Boys also interacted with Anderson .Paak after their performance, who said that Yet to Come reminds him of the church while adding that the track is fantastic. The best part of the conversation was when Anderson spoke a few words in Korean! .Paak also revealed that his son is a bigger fan of the BTS and that it was he who made him a fan of the South Korean band. The best part was when .Paak called himself an Army!

More on the live

After the exit of Anderson .Paak, the BTS members spoke about the best moments in their respective careers so far. The members also spoke of their journey since the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, a time during which a lot of things changed for them as well.

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About Proof

Proof is the second album in Hanteo’s history to have recorded 2 million sales within a day ever since its release. The album has joined BTS’ Map of the Soul: 7’s record that was released in February 2020. According to reports, it has amounted to around 2.15 million copies sold on the day of its release.