The Kpop group, BTS, has released their fifth Korean album -their second this year. “BE” is said to reflect the ‘thoughts, emotions, and deepest contemplations of BTS’ during the covid19 pandemic. The newly released track, Life Goes On MV, reminds us to persevere through these challenging times. The BTS BE album tracklist contains different genres for us to enjoy.
BTS Diverges the Pandemic Misery
Covid19 pandemic has hit everyone, and even the Kpop titan, BTS. Their well-planned world tours were canceled. However, they chose not to sit back and mourn. This year has been a very productive year for RM, Suga, Jin, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook.
They have released two albums this year: Map of the Soul: 7 and BE. Singles from their albums successfully break records and win awards. BTS also guested and performed in several shows and events.
BE, The Most BTS-ish Album
[#오늘의방탄] 어느 날 세상이 멈췄어..— BTS_official (@bts_bighit) November 20, 2020
방탄을 본 그 순간부터..💜
아미와 함께해서 즐거웠던 Live Goes On!
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All members of BTS have taken significant parts in the making process of the BE album. That is why this album sounds and feels very BTS-ish.
Different Genres of Songs
BTS seems to take some notes from the School of Lockdown Songwriting led by Profs Lipa and Minogue. They said that we don’t have to make sad music for these sad times.
The lead single, which also closes the album, Dynamite, shows it really well. When we listen to Dynamite, we are surrounded by a happy atmosphere and make our eyes set to the dancefloor.
BTS Life Goes On, the album opener,builds from sentimental, sweetly strummed guitars into a catchy chorus.
Here is the tracklist of BTS BE with different genre:
- Life Goes On – Hip Hop Acoustic
- Fly to my Room – 90s R&B
- Blue and Grey – Pap Ballad
- Skit – Talk about their Hot 100 ranking
- Telepathy – Funky Rhythm
- Dis-ease – Old School Hip Hop
- Stay – Funk, Hip Hop, EDM
- Dynamite – Disco Funk
BTS Life Goes On MV
Living in the midst of the pandemic can be suck oftentimes. However, BTS in Life Goes On shows that being at home can be so much fun.
We can see BTS’s daily routine from waking up, brushing teeth (you might not want to miss how cute Jimin is when he is brushing his teeth) to playing and having pizza together.
And at the end of the music video, BTS, in a monochromatic scene, performs in an empty stadium.
Millions of Views only in hours
Life Goes On music video, which was directed by Jungkook, reached over 2 million views on the premiere and has surpassed 5 million views in only 12 minutes. When this article is written, 5 hours from the release, Life Goes On MV has surpassed 25 million views with 3.5 million likes.
Watch Life Goes On Music Video below and embrace the feeling.
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