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K-pop boy band, BTS. File
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K-pop boy band, BTS released their latest eight tracks album “BE” on Friday.
The South Korean band will also be performing their new single “Life Goes On” for the 2020 American Music Awards remotely on Sunday.
Since their debut in 2013, the group of seven have grown a fan base that goes beyond the shores of South Korea.
They made the United States Billboard charts this year with their hit single ‘Dynamite.’ Which is also part of the new album.
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According to the group leader, RM, the group is hoping for a Grammy nomination.
"We are nervous, but looking forward to the nomination," RM said.
The Grammy nomination will be announced on Nov.24.
According to another member of the group, Jin, the new album mirrors the happenings of this year.
BTS was scheduled for a world tour in April but cancel it due to the pandemic. However, they are scheduled to perform live in South Korea on Dec. 31.
BTS have been crowned the best-selling global artist of 2020. K-pop band released two best-selling albums last year.
Popular K-Pop band BTS have bagged the number one position on Billboard Hot 100 chart for the third time with their hit single, Dynamite.
BTS has become the first Korean pop act to be nominated at the Grammy Awards for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. They have also earned a nod at this year's BRIT Awards in the International Group section. The awards are scheduled to hold on May 12.
Map of the Soul: 7, the new album from the biggest K-pop group in the world, is a global record biz event like no other.
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