BTS Ends Las Vegas Music Series With A Big Announcement

BTS Ends Las Vegas Music Series With A Big Announcement
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BTS performs “Butter” at the 2022 Grammy Awards in Las Vegas. (Chris Pizzello/InVision/AP)

BTS revealed the release date of their next studio album at a concert in Las Vegas this weekend.

During the South Korean boy band’s fourth and final consecutive show at Allegiant Stadium, a dynamic montage of scenes from the BTS music video was played onscreen. The dramatic teaser video concluded with the words “We are bulletproof,” followed by a date: June 10, 2022.

according to this BoardThe pop sensation’s record label, Big Hit Music, confirmed the pending arrival of the band’s new album in a statement posted to Weavers on Sunday. It is unclear if “We Are Bulletproof” is the title of the project, as the faithful phrase has been part of BTS’s music and brand since the group’s inception.

According to Billboard, Big Hit Music announced, “BTS will be back with another new album on June 10, 2022.”

“Details on the new album will be provided later in a separate notice. We look forward to your love and support for BTS’s new album. Thank you.”

The day after the official announcement, BTS wrapped up their mini Las Vegas residency, Permission to Dance on Stage, which ran April 8–9 and again April 15–16. “Butter” Hitmakers Introduced his permission to dance on stage Installed last year at Sophie Stadium in Inglewood.

Earlier this month, BTS attended the 64th Grammy Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, where it was nominated for Pop Duo/Group Performance for the second year in a row. In 2021, the septet’s hit single “Dynamite” was bested by Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande’s “Rain on Me”. This time, Doja Cat and SZA’s “Kiss Me More” dominated “Butter”.

RM, V, Suga, Jin, Jungkook, Jimin and J-Hope also took the Grammys stage this year for a smooth, jazzy rendition of “Butter.” Featuring a Cameo From “Drivers License” singer Olivia Rodrigo.

“Guys, I know there’s a lot of noise about our Grammys and the team,” said BTS member RM during one of the group’s Vegas shows last weekend.

“But, you know, why give about it? … We didn’t come to Vegas for the Grammys. We came to Vegas for the ARMYs,” he said, referring to his fans. “Records, titles, achievements, trophies, they’re really important, but it wasn’t the first thing, the first reason why we started all these things, right?”

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