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Big Hit Entertainment reveals tracklist of BTS's upcoming album

The digital cover image of ″BE (Deluxe Edition)″ to drop on Nov. 20 revealed on Wednesday. [BIG HIT ENTERTAINMENT]

The digital cover image of ″BE (Deluxe Edition)″ to drop on Nov. 20 revealed on Wednesday. [BIG HIT ENTERTAINMENT]

 
"Life goes on like this again," BTS says through its upcoming album "BE (Deluxe Edition)" to drop on Nov. 20, the band's agency Big Hit Entertainment revealed through an image of the track list of the album on Wednesday.
 
The agency released two images on Wednesday, one containing the list of eight tracks to be included on "BE" as well as the digital cover of the album.
 
The list revealed the title of the songs written in the handwriting of the members of BTS: lead track "Life Goes On," "Fly To My Room," "Blue & Grey," "Skit," "Telepathy," "Dis-ease," "Stay" and last but not least, the band's English track "Dynamite" that topped the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in September, a first for any Korean act.
 
The tracklist image of ″BE (Deluxe Edition)″ to drop on Nov. 20 revealed on Wednesday [BIG HIT ENTERTAINMENT]

The tracklist image of ″BE (Deluxe Edition)″ to drop on Nov. 20 revealed on Wednesday [BIG HIT ENTERTAINMENT]

Boy band BTS [BIG HIT ENTERTAINMENT]

Boy band BTS [BIG HIT ENTERTAINMENT]

 
The digital cover contained a short poem, perhaps lyrics to one of the songs or a letter to listeners, reading "Life goes on, like an echo in the forest, like an arrow in the blue sky, on my pillow, on my table, life goes on like this again."
 
BTS revealed earlier in the week in an interview with Rolling Stone India that the album will be like "pages in our diary of the times we are currently living in."
 
"The album title ‘BE’ represents ‘being’ and captures the honest thoughts and emotions we are feeling in those moments," said Jin.
 
BTS will perform "Life Goes On" for the first time on Nov. 22 at the 2020 American Music Awards and later at the end-of-year ceremonies and awards in Korea. 
 
BY YOON SO-YEON   [yoon.soyeon@joongang.co.kr]

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