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BTS announces new Japanese album “BTS, The Best” and new Japanese song “Film Out” – Celeb Secrets

If any of you have been waiting for some new music from the Grammy nominees BTS, well, the wait is over. The news has just fallen that they are going to release a Japanese album, BTS, THE BEST, June 16!

The album will contain a total of 23 tracks which will be mostly made up of Korean singles from BTS but re-recorded in Japanese. It will also include other previously released Japanese tracks such as “Crystal Snow”, “Don’t Leave Me”, “Let Go” and “Stay Gold”.

The news was posted on the band’s official Japanese fan club, where fans were also told that the themed single, “Film Out”, will be released ahead of the album on Friday, April 2.

“Film Out” is an emotional ballad with a beautiful melody and was co-composed by a member of the group, Jungkook. The song also serves as the soundtrack of the official theme of the upcoming Japanese film. Report the movie, a spin-off of the Japanese television show. This will be BTS’s second song for the Signal franchise, such as “Don’t Leave Me” was featured in the series.

The teaser for the “Film Out” music video was also dropped, and many ARMYs were quick to point out the visual similarities between the “Film Out” music video and BTS ‘music video for their track, “Fake Love”, leading fans to believe that The story of “Fake Love” continues.

You can pre-record “Film Out” here and be sure to catch the rest of the BTS, THE BEST album released on June 16.

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