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TXT On Future Music & Advice From Seniors BTS: We Want Our Music To Be Relatable

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Strong
teamwork
and
consistency
are
key
to
the
future
of
a
new
band
is
the
advice
that
the
Grammy-nominated
group
BTS
shared
with
their
South
Korean
counterparts,
the
upcoming
quintet
Tomorrow
x
Together
(TXT).

TXT, kpop

BTS
are
the
direct
‘sunbae’
(Korean
word
for
senior)
of
Tomorrow
x
Together
as
both
the
groups
hail
from
the
music
label
HYBE
Corporation,
previously
known
as
Big
Hit
Entertainment.
TXT

comprising
Soobin,
Yeonjun,
Beomgyu,
Taehyun
and
HueningKai

debuted
in
2019,
six
years
after
BTS,
and
are
billed
as
“leaders
of
K-pop’s
4th
generation” and
have
won
several
accolades
such
as
“new
artist
of
the
year”.

Asked
what
piece
of
advice
has
BTS
shared
with
them
over
the
years,
Taehyun
told
PTI
in
an
email
interview,
“They
gave
us
a
lot
of
great
advice,
but
the
ones
they
emphasized
were
the
importance
of
strong
teamwork,
and
the
importance
of
always
doing
our
best
when
performing
because
the
stage
is
the
one
place
where
we
can
wholly
show
everything.”

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Song
Butter
Debuts
At
No.1
On
Billboard
Hot
100,
Becomes
Their
Fourth
Song
To
Top
The
Chart

The
group
has
kept
their
seniors’
advice
close
to
their
heart,
and
has
steadily
been
strengthening
teamwork
since
their
debut,
the
19-year-old
added.
In
their
journey
that
is
only
two
years
old,
Taehyun
said
the
members
have
come
to
depend
on
each
other
more.

“As
we
continue
to
come
together
and
rely
on
each
other,
our
genuine
bond
and
brotherhood
helps
us
share
even
better
performances
and
music
with
the
world.
We
want
to
become
a
band
that
many
listeners
can
relate
to;
we
want
the
stories
that
we
share
through
our
music
to
touch
the
hearts
of
and
resonate
deeply
with
many
people,” he
added.
After
scoring
the
No
25
spot
on
the
Billboard
200
with
their
extended
play
(EP)
album
‘minisode1:
Blue
Hour’
last
year,
TXT
released
their
first
Japanese
studio
album
‘Still
Dreaming’
in
January
and
they
have
followed
it
up
with
second
studio
album
in
Korean
‘The
Chaos
Chapter:
Freeze’.

‘The
Chaos
Chapter:
Freeze’,
which
was
released
on
May
31,
is
a
step
up
after
their
2019
debut
album
(Korean)
‘The
Dream
Chapter:
Magic’.
Leader
Soobin
described
the
‘Dream
Chapter’ series
as
“a
coming-of-age
tale
of
growth”,
which
followed
a
boy
who
encounters
others
who
bear
resemblance
to
himself,
a
sentiment
borrowed
from
the
band’s
formative
years
in
training.

“Our
new
‘Chaos
Chapter’
series
opens
a
new
page
to
the
story.
The
boy
from
our
stories
now
faces
the
harsh
reality
of
the
world
and
his
life
is
no
longer
the
bliss
he
once
knew.
In
this
new
world,
the
boy
feels
empty
and
frozen.
It’s
a
world
of
zero,” the
20-year-old
said.
The
boy,
however,
finds
love
and
warmth
eventually,
Soobin
added.

HueningKai
has
also
served
as
a
producer
on
this
album
and
the
18-year-old
member
promised
that
the
tracks
on
‘The
Chaos
Chapter:
Freeze’
are
“genre-diverse
and
address
a
wide
variety
of
topics
and
themes”.
The
new
album
features
eight
tracks,
namely:
“0X1=LOVESONG
(I
Know
I
Love
You)” featuring
Seori,
‘Anti-Romantic’,
‘Magic’,
‘Ice
Cream’,
‘What
if
I
had
been
that
PUMA’,
‘No
Rules’,
and
‘Frost’.

“All
of
us
actively
participated
in
the
creation
of
this
album.
For
example,
I
was
able
to
write
lyrics
and
participate
in
producing
for
the
first
time
with
‘Dear
Sputnik’,
and
Taehyun
helped
write
the
music
and
lyrics
for
the
same
song,”
HueningKai
said.
Working
with
the
producers
and
teams
at
the
label
helped
him
experience
the
track’s
transformation
from
close
quarters,
the
youngest
member
added.

“This
was
a
really
valuable
experience
for
me.
I
learned
so
much
more
about
producing
and
creating
music
through
this
opportunity.
I’d
like
to
create
more
songs
of
various
genres
in
the
future
so
please
look
forward
to
them,”
he
said.

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&
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Top
Honours

American
singers
Mod
Sun
and
Ashnikko,
South
Korean
singer
Seori
and
RM,
the
leader
of
BTS,
also
pitched
in
with
‘The
Chaos
Chapter:
Freeze’,
and
Yeonjun
said
the
group
was
“honored” to
have
had
such
respected
artists
participating
in
the
creation
of
their
album.
“I
think
each
artist’s
distinctive
color
and
sound
came
together
with
TOMORROW
X
TOGETHER’s
unique
style
to
create
a
much
richer
discography,
so
we’re
immensely
grateful
to
them
and
very
proud
of
the
output,”
the
21-year-old
said.

While
TXT
is
keeping
details
of
their
third
studio
album
under
wraps,
they
hope
‘The
Chaos
Chapter:
Freeze’
is
a
ray
of
light
for
their
fan
group,
known
as
Moment
of
Alwayness
(MOA),
like
ARMY
for
BTS,
amid
the
coronavirus
pandemic.
“Many
people
around
the
world
are
having
a
difficult
time
due
to
the
ongoing
pandemic.
We
want
our
fans
to
know
that
we
are
with
them
and
even
if
it’s
just
a
little
bit,
we
hope
our
music
is
able
to
serve
as
a
source
of
strength
and
comfort,”
Yeonjun
said.

“Thank
you
for
always
showing
us
such
great
love,
and
we
hope
that
the
current
situation
improves
as
quickly
as
possible,” Beomgyu,
20,
added.
From
the
craze
of
K-dramas,
the
historic
Academy
Award
win
of

Parasite

to
BTS
earning
a
Grammy
Award
nod
for
“Dynamite”
and
veteran
actor
Youn
Yuh-jung
becoming
the
first
artist
from
South
Korea
to
win
an
Academy
Award
for

Minari
,
the
country
is
having
a
moment
in
the
entertainment
industry.
Asked
why
South
Korea
is
gaining
popularity
across
the
world,
Beomgyu
credited
it
to
the
“relatable
stories”
they
tell.

“Wherever
you
may
be
or
wherever
you’re
from,
I
think
our
shared
experiences
of
living
through
these
times
together
serve
as
the
basis
for
stories
that
many
people
can
relate
to.
I’d
like
to
say
that
that’s
the
biggest
reason
why
many
people
are
resonating
with
our
stories
and
culture
now,”
he
added.

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