Global pop stars BTS have a huge fan following. They are set to drop a new original soundtrack titled Film Out in collaboration with Japanese rock band Back Number for the upcoming Japanese movie Signal which is a remake of a Korean drama with the same name. BTS’ Jungkook worked with Back Number’s vocalist Iyori Shimizu to create the melody for the song. It is an emotional ballad and is based on a person who never disappears from the heart and still is remembered. On February 16, the preview of the song was released. Earlier, BTS’ single Stay Gold from their Japanese album Map Of The Soul: 7 – The Journey was taken as an Original Sound Track for Japanese drama, Spiral Labyrinth – DNA Forensic Investigation. Another original track Your Eyes Tell was taken as an Original Sound Track for a Japanese movie Kimi No Me Ga Toikakete Iru which is a remake of the Korean movie, Always.
The track was co-written and co-composed by the youngest member of BTS Jungkook. Currently, BTS are fans are going gaga as the release date of BE Essential Edition draws closer. And the BTS is increasing the excitement by sharing notes, curated rooms, and more by the septet for the ARMY. We know you would not forget it, but we will still remind you, BTS’ BE: Essential Edition is releasing on 19 February 2021. Big Hit Entertainment, BTS’ talent management company has been promoting the same with posters, pictures and unique personalised items.
RM aka Kim Nam-joon had explained the intention behind the title BE of their album saying, “In Korea when we learn English grammar, the first thing we learn is the ‘be’ verbs. It could be, like, are, e’s, am. So, it means existence and, like, potentials. It could be anything — to be present in the moment.”
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