Have you seen their Blood Sweat & Tears?
Still shook? ^^
It is definitely a day to remember for the ARMYs.
Big Hit Entertainment has finally released the MV for BTS’ newest title track, “Blood, Sweat & Tears” which is currently topping on Korean music charts and also taking YouTube and iTunes Charts by storm.
The hype is real.
As real as this masterpiece.
Reportedly by 1 a.m. KST on Monday, October 10, BTS’ new album title track achieved first place on all eight local music charts: Melon, Mnet, Bugs, olleh, Soribada, Genie, Naver Music, and Monkey3.
BTS achieving an “All-Kill” for “Blood, Sweat & Tears” in less than an hour is a memorable accomplishment. Also, all 15 songs from WINGS have taken the top 15 spots for half of the local music charts: Melon, Genie, Mnet, and Naver Music!
“Wings” ranked No. 1 on the iTunes charts in 23 countries, including Canada, Brazil, New Zealand, Singapore and Norway, as of Monday morning.
The album’s title track “Blood Sweat & Tears” also topped one of China’s largest music streaming platforms QQ Music. The song’s official music video recorded more than 3 million views in less than 12 hours of its release.
The MV showcases an all-new level of visual spectacle for Bangtan Boys’ music videos as they explored and performed wonders inside a Victorian-styled mansion.
Each member has a story to tell as seen earlier on their individual short films. WINGS is said to be the group’s unique exploration and interpretation of the novel Demian: The Story of Emil Sinclair’s Youth which is a Bildungsroman by Hermann Hesse.
Their new album has swept music charts and continues to attract new fans for the hit hip-hop idols. According to Rap Monster, the song “Two! Three! (But Hoping More Good Days)” was BTS’ first official fan song which makes this album more special than it already is.
The harder a temptation is to resist, the more you think about it and vacillate. That uncertainty is part of the process of growing. “Blood Sweat & Tears” is a song that shows how one thinks, chooses, and grows.
BTS is getting more mature and darker with this comeback – and more relatable?
The group is showing us that they are growing up as artists and we can feel it through their music as they have put notable and different feels into their songs.
I just hope y’all ready for their live shows.
Shin Min-ji, Seoul