Why BTS ‘Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)’ from Proof is so Significant?

The new MV from Proof ‘Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)’ is now streaming!!!

Why BTS ‘Yet To  Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)’ from Proof is so Significant?

The worldwide Kpop sensation BTS is back yet again with another meaningful song for their comeback album Proof. BTS ‘Yet To  Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)’ MV was launched on 10th June 2022 at 9 PM KST and has received over 28 million views in the first 9 hours with over 4.4 million likes.

BTS is known for phenomenal performance and hidden messages in the BTS universe popular in different MVs. The new upcoming album Proof hinted at the earlier amalgamation of The Most Beautiful Moment In Life.

There’s not a single bad song that BTS ever makes, but The Most Beautiful Moment In Life is altogether a different era and fans can never move on from it.

BTS ‘Yet To  Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)'

In the ‘Yet To  Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)’, there were so many parallels from the songs from the album You Never Walk Alone. In the MV, there were references from different songs like Bood, Sweat and Tears, Spring Day, and even Save Me.

The line “Yea the past was honestly the best, but my best what comes next” hits a different line. The line reassures us that the band will continue to make the fans worldwide happy through their music, passion, and beautiful lyrics. The line “My Best Moment is Yet to Come” feels like a huge declaration that the glory days are not over, the band will soar high and continue doing their best.

Nothing less to be expected from BTS, their music continues to heal us. Yes, the visuals are amazing as Kim Nam Joon, Kim Seok Jin, Min Yoon Gi, Jung Ho Seok, Park Jimin, Kim Tae Hyung, and Jeon Jungkook are simply slaying with powerful voices and beautiful sceneries.  

The MV starts with a deserted place signifying death or decay just like the Spring Day scene but ‘Yet To  Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)’ hits a different note.

The line “Not sure since when, but they say we’re the Best” is another trip to memory lane. BTS did not have it easy and continued working passionately over the years, slowly and with dedication working hard to become globally recognized.

From the days when they were beginners and now a brand on their own in the global scenario, not just in the Kpop world. Different countries are it the movie industry or music industry have recognized the talent of BTS through their inspiring music and acknowledged their talent.

Their perseverance and hard work to remain motivated and dedicated, from Billboards to the Journey of Grammy Nominations, The Daesang and other prestigious awards are all thanks to the hard work of the 7 member duo where everyone has contributed in their own way. All for 7 and not a single member has ever let fans down.

“I’m still the same” reflects the humbleness and down-to-earth nature of BTS. Their music reflects their story and their lives as they continue to touch countless lives giving us joy and hope. “Still got a lot to learn”,  this line is so motivating and it reflects how our attitude and goals in life should be.

The Proof album and ‘Yet To  Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)’ are an early gift to fans, and lucky us, people who have their birthdays this month. A grand gift for the fans. In the Spring Day video, Jungkook was alone in the shot, but in ‘Yet To  Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)’, all of them are together. It’s like magic and a warm feeling.

BTS ‘Yet To  Come (The Most Beautiful Moment) is available on different streaming sites, do check it out and stream if your heart wishes!

The Proof Album is now available on Spotify so do check it out. You don’t have to be an Army or a fan to try listening to good music.  

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