Korean boy band BTS will come up with a new single — Take Two — on June 9, ahead of their 10th anniversary, confirms South Korean music label BigHit Music.
On Wednesday, BigHit Music posted the news on Weverse. “To celebrate their 10th anniversary, BTS will release the digital single Take Two this coming June. All seven members participated in Take Two. The song conveys their appreciation toward ARMY for all the love you shower them with and their desire to always be together with you,” the music agency states.
The new single will see all the seven band members — RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook — participating in the song, even though some of them are currently serving in the South Korean military and others are exploring solo careers.
“All seven of the BTS members participated in recording Take Two, a song which expresses the members' gratitude toward fans and their wishes to continue on the journey together with fans in the future as well,” the BigHit Music’s note confirms.
The K-pop group will celebrate their 10th anniversary on June 17 this year with their annual festival known as Festa in Seoul.
BTS Festa celebrations began on May 31 with the boy band sharing a colourful timeline of this year’s events on Weverse. New content via the popular K-pop group is scheduled to release in the first two weeks of June till June 17.
BTS members Jin and J-Hope are currently completing their mandatory military service, while RM, Jimin, V, Suga and Jungkook are working on personal projects.