Bts We On
숨이 턱턱 [teog teog] 막히게 널 덮쳐 버리는 내 랩My rap that smothers and suffocates you,Note: For the four lines from here, he mixes a lot of onomatopoeias, mimetic words, and adjectives that rhyme with each other.
Bts We On
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The revelation from the seven-man boy band came around 20 minutes into an hourlong FESTA dinner, during which members RM, Jin, SUGA, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook casually sat around a dinner table joking around while deciding what to drink, reminiscing about their rocket ride to fame and playfully teasing each other.
yejeonbuteo nal musihaetdeon chingudeul da eodi isseo we onigeon jangnan gateun ge anya boyeojulge, I promise ya, we on(Gimme dat, real fact) boyeojulge, I promise ya, we on(Gimme dat, real fact) boyeojulge, I promise ya, we on
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2 Cool 4 Skool is the debut single album released by South Korean boy band BTS on June 12, 2013 through Big Hit Entertainment and distributed by Loen. The album was supported by the singles "No More Dream" and "We Are Bulletproof Pt.2". Commercially, it peaked at number five on the Gaon Album Chart in South Korea, and at number ten on Billboard's World Albums Chart in the United States. The album has sold over 430,000 copies as of January 2022.
The music video for "No More Dream" was released on June 12, 2013 ahead of BTS debut showcase. "No More Dream" dance version was later released on June 16, 2013 in the middle of the group's promotion on music programs. The music video for "We Are Bulletproof Pt.2" was then released on July 16, 2013 for the group's further follow-up promotions. All the dance was choreographed by Son Sungdeuk while both "No More Dream" and "We Are Bulletproof Pt.2" music videos were directed by Zanybros.
The lyrics of the album primarily reflected on the misunderstanding and prejudice towards them, criticism of the society that diminishes their dreams, and their anxiety and determination towards their future. During the production of the album, Suga and RM rewrote the lyrics of "No More Dream" more than 20 times.
The group held a press conference and debut showcase on June 12, 2013, performing "No More Dream" and "We Are Bulletproof Pt.2", marked their unofficial debut stage in South Korea music industry. BTS later made a successful debut stage on June 13 on Mnet's M Countdown marked the start of their promotion of the album on various South Korea music programs. Much later in 2015, BTS held a special concert in support of the album. 2015 BTS Live Trilogy Episode I: BTS Begins was held for two days at Olympic Hall starting from March 28, 2015 with BTS performing songs from 2 Cool 4 Skool & O!RUL8,2? albums.
At the end of their four-night sold-out residency at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, the global superstars dropped a cryptic teaser with clips from throughout the years along with the words "WE ARE BULLETPROOF". Confirming their comeback with the release of a new album, the video clip also included the release date to watch out for: 10 June 2022.
Across the past two weekends, thousands of ARMYs (fans of BTS) took over Las Vegas turning Sin City into Borahaegas. Hundreds of thousands from across the globe tuned in to the livestream on VenewLive as well.
The upcoming record will be the follow-up to 2020's best-selling album, BE, and chart-topping singles 'Dynamite,' 'Butter,' and 'Permission To Dance'.
The BTS ARMY is in a frenzy right now because BTS' Map of the Soul: 7 is finally here. Fans have waited almost a year to hear some new BTS music, and now that they have a new 20-track album to enjoy, fans are savoring every moment of this comeback experience. There's no doubt fans will be streaming MOTS: 7 until BTS' next album release. Among the new songs fans are listening to right now is "We Are Bulletproof: The Eternal." Fans think the title is a nod to a BTS song from their early days, and that's why they're taking a look at what BTS' "We Are Bulletproof: The Eternal" lyrics mean in English to see if there's any connection.
Along with their 2013 debut single "No More Dream," BTS promoted their track "We Are Bulletproof Pt. 2" the same year. The hip hop song and its epic music video featured vocalist Jungkook dabbling in rap as well. When BTS released their MOTS: 7 tracklist on Feb. 16, 2020 one track stood out among the rest: "We Are Bulletproof: The Eternal."
Since "Intro: Persona," "Interlude: Shadow," and "Outro: Ego" sample a few of the group's previously-released songs over the years, fans theorized "We Are Bulletproof: The Eternal" could possibly sample BTS' 2013 single. If the songs were anything similar, fans even hoped Jungkook would show off his rap skills again.
After MOTS: 7 dropped on Feb. 21, ARMYs finally got their answer. The song seems as if it's a continuation of BTS' 2013 song. However, "We Are Bulletproof: The Eternal" has a more laid-back sound than the hard-hitting "We Are Bulletproof Pt. 2." It also doesn't have Jungkook rapping, but ARMYs love it nonetheless.
On Saturday, the BTS ARMY began trending #MatchAMillion, imploring fans to donate what they could. The fan-led charity collective One in an ARMY created an ActBlue card that tracked donations and allowed donors to split their money between 16 groups, including the Black Lives Matter Global Network, National Bail Out, NAACP and the Marshall Project.
Less than 24 hours after One in an ARMY tweeted the link to its donation card, more than 34,500 fans had banded together to raise over $1 million. The card is still live, and more than 38,000 fans have donated over $1.14 million so far.
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