Watch Bts Play “Run Bts” Live at the “Yet to Come” Event in Busan.
BTS has released the official performance of the B-side of ‘Proof,’ titled ‘Run BTS,’ which was recorded at their concert in Busan not too long ago.
The boyband held their first gig in six months on October 15 in Busan as part of the city’s quest for the World Expo 2030. The concert, titled “Yet To Come,” was part of the city’s proposal to host the event. BTS also presented the first live performance of “Run BTS,” a track off their compilation album titled “Proof,” which was released in June of 2022. Shortly after the conclusion of the performance, the septet updated their official YouTube channel with video captured from the official stream of the show.
They chant on the chorus, “Not losing our spirit / Make it move, left and right / No matter who you are / Make it move, left and right / Two bare feet are our fuel, yeah, yeah” for the first time as they introduce the dance to the lively melody.
BTS has also uploaded “stage cam” footage for the song “Mic Drop,” which was the first song they performed at the concert before going on to perform “Run BTS.”At another point in the performance, the lead vocalist Jin announced that he will shortly be putting out a solo single album. “There’s something I need to discuss with you… I’ve really ended up becoming the second [BTS member] to release my own album, after J-Hope did it first. “It’s not a significant album or anything like that; it’s just a single,” he disclosed.
“I was able to collaborate with somebody that I’ve always had a lot of respect for, and as a result, I’ll be putting out a new song. He stated, “I’ve been filming a lot of different things recently, and there’s still a lot of [material] left to film, so I hope you’ll love all of it.” “I’ve filmed a lot of different things recently.
“BTS have never been a band to do things by halves,” Rhian Daly of NME stated in a review of the show that she gave five stars to. She went on to say that the staging of this one-off concert reinforces that sentiment. The two-hour spectacle is an assault on the senses, from the nonstop bursts of pyrotechnics to the meticulous attention to detail.