BTS’ Suga reveals his favorite tracklists from Proof

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It’s a jovial time for the armies around the world as the BTS members are on a promotional spree for their upcoming anthology album Proof. As a part of the same, they have been sharing Proof of Inspiration clippings to reveal their favorite tracks from the album that will include some of their older hits. Apart from that, the album will also include three brand new tracklists that are sure to leave the armies in a frenzy. After V, Jin, Jimin, Jungkook, and RM, it is time for Suga to pour out his feelings. Here is what he said!


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Suga’s clip

Suga aka Agust D was at his candid best when revealing his favorite tracklists from the anthology album. He first mentioned Trivia: Seesaw which according to him is a relatively calm track. Min Yoongi’s second pick was BTS Cypher PT.3: Killer (ft. Supreme Boi) which according to him is a more powerful track and is full of energy. The rapper also revealed that he picked tracks with contrasting styles. He also talked about wondering about the sort of songs he would come up with between the two songs which are polar opposites. He further added that it is fun and interesting to come up with ideas that help him expand his musical spectrum. The rapper further said that he has always been challenging himself with no limits. He also called his music and BTS the products of their ‘Proof.’

Check out Suga’s clip below.

The earlier clip

BTS leader RM was the fifth member to pour out his feelings in a Proof of Inspiration clip. His video was released a day before Suga’s video. The leader revealed his favorite tracklists as his solo song Intro: Persona and the unit song Stay (with Jin, Jungkook, and RM himself). Earlier, the Bangtan Boys V, Jin, Jimin, and Jungkook also unveiled their feelings in the same way as RM and Suga.

About the anthology album

BTS were doing their Las Vegas tour when the band officially revealed their comeback. Days later, the armies got to know about the arrival of the group’s anthology album Proof. For the unversed, the album includes three tracklists. It will also revolve around the past, present, and future of all the members of the Septet. If you are still unversed, the much-awaited album will be released on June 10, 2022, as revealed by the members earlier during their US concert.