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BTS’ Proof new songs: South Korean TV channel bans ‘Run BTS’ & ‘Born Singer’; livid ARMY reacts

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BTS’ Proof new songs: BTS members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook have launched their anthology album Proof. Nevertheless, South Korean TV channel banned two tracks from the lately launched album, Proof. Reportedly, songs titled, Run BTS and Born Singer include ‘vulgar phrases’. Korean Broadcasting System (KBS), the nationwide broadcaster of South Korea, deemed the tracks unsuitable for broadcast. But To Come, Run BTS, For Youth, and Born Singer, these 4 songs had been submitted to the broadcaster, however solely But To Come might go the censorship. The choice on For Youth is but to be taken.

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Why BTS songs are banned?

In accordance with a report in Soompi, KBS introduced that Run BTS and Born Singer cannot be aired on the channel because the lyrics include ‘swear phrases, vulgar phrases, and crude expressions’. This is how ARMY reacted to it.

All about BTS’ Proof

For the unversed, Proof is BTS’ anthology album. Earlier, BTS Label, Large Hit Leisure, gave extra details about the album by way of an announcement. “The BTS anthology album that embodies the historical past of BTS will probably be launched as they start a brand new chapter as an artist that has been energetic for 9 years to look again on their endeavours,” the assertion learn. In accordance with the label, the anthology album ‘Proof’ displays the “ideas and concepts of the members on the previous, current and way forward for BTS.” 

The seven-member BTS has grow to be probably the most profitable pop acts of all time and characterize a breakout for Korean music into the worldwide scene. It has gained six American Music Awards, 12 Billboard Music Awards and two Grammy nominations. The members have fronted a UNICEF anti-violence marketing campaign, addressed the United Nations basic Meeting and lately met with US President Joe Biden.

Over the course of their profession, BTS have amassed over 66 million subscribers on their official YouTube channel, making them the third most-subscribed to artist on the platform and have earned six music movies within the platforms’ Billion Views Membership to this point.


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