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  1. BTS - Wikipedia

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    BTS (Korean: 방탄소년단; RR: Bangtan Sonyeondan), also known as the Bangtan Boys, is a South Korean boy band that was formed in 2010 and debuted in 2013 under Big Hit Entertainment. [5] The septet—consisting of members Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, ...

  2. List of BTS live performances - Wikipedia

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    The South Korean boy band BTS has performed in five concert tours (three of which have been worldwide), six fan meeting tours, four joint tours, eight showcases, and eleven concerts since their debut in 2013. BTS' debut solo concert tour in ...

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  3. BTS albums discography - Wikipedia

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    BTS had the second-best total album sales in the US in 2018 behind Eminem, [14] and accounted for 22.6% of the total albums sold in Korea that year. [15] In 2019, the group scored their third number one with Map of the Soul: Persona , BTS's ...

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  4. Wings (BTS album) - Wikipedia

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    Wings is the second Korean studio album by South Korean boy band BTS. The album was released on October 10, 2016, by Big Hit Entertainment. It is available in four versions and contains fifteen tracks, with "Blood Sweat & Tears" ...

    • October 10, 2016
    • Pdogg
  5. Lights (BTS song) - Wikipedia

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    • Background and Composition
    • Release and Reception
    • Commercial Performance
    • Music Video and Promotion
    • See Also

    Following the release of the band's sixth extended play Map of the Soul: Persona in April 2019, BTS announced that their tenth Japanese-language single "Lights" would be released alongside the Japanese versions of the band's previously released Korean-language singles "Idol" (2018) and "Boy with Luv" (2019). The record marked BTS's first original Japanese single in two years since "Crystal Snow" (2017). It was also the band's first Japanese single in four years to receive a music video, after "For You" (2015). "Lights" was written by Sunny Boy, Yohei and its producer UTA. The song was mixedby D.O.I, who also served as studio personnel. "Lights" is an electropop power ballad in the style of dance music, that features a heavy bassline and "clear" piano-driven chord progression in its composition. The track is further instrumented by guitar and synthesizer. In terms of musical notation, the song is composed in the key of F major with a tempo of 99 beats per minute, and is 4:52 long. Ly...

    "Lights" was made available for digital download and streaming as a single in various countries on July 3, 2019, by Universal Music Japan, as the first single from BTS' fourth Japanese-language studio album, Map of the Soul: 7 ~ The Journey ~. The song was released as a CD single in Japan on July 5, 2019, through the aforementioned record label, in three different limited editions; A, B and C. All three editions contain "Lights" and "Boy with Luv" as a double A-side, and a B-side track "Idol". In addition, edition A of the single includes a DVD containing the music videos for "Lights" and "Idol". Edition B also comes with a DVD that contains behind the scenesfootage of the music video for "Lights" and the making of album jacket photos, while C contains a 36-page photobook. "Lights" was met with generally favourable reviews from music critics. Tamar Herman from Billboard complimented BTS' "sweet vocals and evocative raps" while also praising the song's lyrical content, writing that t...

    "Lights" was a commercial success in Japan. The single topped the Oricon Daily Singles Chart on its first day of release, selling 467,107 copies. By doing so, BTS achieved the highest sales in a single day by a foreign artist in the country, surpassing the record set by their previous Japanese single album, "Fake Love / Airplane Pt. 2", of 327,342 copies. The band also recorded the highest sales figures in a week, surpassing another self record of 454,829 copies. During the tracking period of July 1–3, 2019, the single recorded 636,345 copies sold, achieving higher sales than "Fake Love / Airplane Pt. 2" by over 100,000 units. On July 3, 2019, pre-orders for the single crossed 1,000,000 copies, marking the first time a Korean artist achieved a million shipments for a single in Japan, and breaking a 24-year-old record previously held solely by Celine Dion, with her 1995 single "To Love You More". The single remained at number one on the daily chart for seven consecutive days, selling...

    The music video for "Lights" was uploaded to Universal Music Japan's official YouTube channel on July 2, 2019; it was preceded by a teaser released via the same platform on June 20. The visual is almost five-minutes long and opens in an empty movie theatre, where the opening title credits of a film titled "Lights" begin rolling on screen. In the following scene, Jungkook enters the theatre and sits down to watch the film. The video then cuts to show the other six members around the venue, engaged in different "mundane" activities. The visual is interspersed with scenes that show the band heading to an ATM, buying popcorn, discovering secret passageways, and running through a car park. In some of the scenes, the members are seen staring directly into the camera. Throughout the video, the band continue to watch the film, which features themselves, on screen. The visual explores the "concept of time and space," with scenes in which time has frozen and objects are seen floating around t...

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  7. Home (BTS song) - Wikipedia

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    "Home" (stylized in all caps) is a song by South Korean boy band BTS. It was released digitally on April 12, 2019, as part of the extended play Map of the Soul: Persona.

    • April 12, 2019
    • Big Hit
  8. BTS Group - Wikipedia

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    BTS was founded in 1986 by Henrik Ekelund, current President and Chief Executive Officer, with the support of three investors from one of Scandinavia’s prominent strategic consulting firms. The firm focused on supporting clients’ efforts to implement strategy by focusing on the human capital part of the execution equation. The initials originally stood for Business Training Systems. In February 2005, BTS acquired Strategic Management Group, Inc. (SMG). The acquisition enabled the firm to create a broader base for future organic growth and deepen its expertise. In September 2006, BTS acquired The Real Learning Company (RLC) and Advantage Performance Group, Inc. (APG).The acquisitions consolidated a highly fragmented market and expanded the company's existing sales and leadership programs. In July 2013, BTS acquired Wizer A/S to expand the firm's digital capabilities and compliment its existing portfolio. In October 2014, BTS acquired Fenestra Inc., a global provider of premier techno...

    BTS supports executive management in the areas of strategy transformation, business and financial decision-making, key performance indicator alignment, merger integration, cross business-unit collaboration, innovation and customer understanding and relations.Client engagement teams typically consist of a combination of industry experts, capability specialists and professionals with local market knowledge. The company helps organizations in the implementation of change and the improvement of profitability through the following practice areas: 1. Strategy Execution 2. Business Acumen 3. Leadership Development 4. Sales Force Transformation 5. Coaching 6. Assessment Centers 7. Innovation

    North America: New York City, New York; Stamford, Connecticut; Chicago, Illinois; Austin, Texas; Scottsdale, Arizona; Los Angeles, California; San Francisco, California; Toronto, Canada
    Europe: Helsinki, Finland; Stockholm, Sweden; Munich, Germany; Amsterdam, Netherlands; Brussels, Belgium; Paris, France; London, England; Bilbao, Spain, Madrid, Spain; Rome, Italy
    Middle East: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    Asia: Bangalore, India; Mumbai, India; Bangkok, Thailand; Shanghai, China; Seoul, South Korea; Singapore; Taipei, Taiwan; Tokyo, Japan

    In 2017, BTS was named a Top 20 Leadership Training Company by Training Industry. The media publication also recognized BTS in 2016 as a Leadership Training Company to Watch and a Top 20 Sales Training Company. In 2015, Training Industry listed BTS as one of the top 20 Sales Training Organizations. In 2014, BTS was named a Top 20 Sales Training Organizations and one of the Top 20 Gamification Companies.In 2013, BTS was acknowledged by Training Industry as one of the top 20 Leadership Development companies for the second year in a row. In 2016, BTS received two Brandon Hall Awards for client partnerships - a Gold with Intuit for the Best Unique or Innovative Leadership Development Program, and a Silver with MetLife for the Best Advance in Assessment Utilization to Guide Talent Decisions Category. BTS received a Silver 2013 Brandon Hall Group Excellence in Learning Award for their partnership with AT&T to create the AT&T Sales and Service Center Simulation. BTS client Newell Rubbermai...

    Since 2010, BTS USA has partnered with Rainforest Truston sustainability campaigns to preserve threatened rainforests. In 2015, BTS sponsored the second round of the Rainforest Trust #SkiptoSave campaign supporting Rainforest Trust's 2020 Initiative designed to protect 20 million acres of rainforest by 2020. In partnership with the Sparkassesntiftung fur international Kooperation (Savings Banks Foundation for International Cooperation), BTS has created a business simulation program to teach business and financial acumen in developing nations. As of June 2015, such programs had been held for more than 10,000 participants in 12 countries.[citation needed]

    • 1986 as Business Training Systems AB
    • Henrik Ekelund
  9. Stay Gold (BTS song) - Wikipedia

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    "Stay Gold" is a "soothing, uplifting track" that blends "bouncy hip-hop beats on the verses and power-pop production on the choruses". Teen Vogue called it a "piano-pop number infused with enough cheer to make your cheeks burst...that picks up into a mid-tempo anthem of pure joy." AP's Cristina Jaleru, writing for the Chicago Sun-Times, described it as "an uplifting piano tune with a catchy hook". Musically, the song is composed in the key of C# Major at a tempo of 129 beats per minute with a runtime of 4:33, and features keyboard, guitar, and synthesizers in its instrumentation. It was written by UTA, who has worked with the band on other Japanese releases since 2015, Sunny Boy, Melanie Fontana, Michel Schulz, JUN, and KM-MARKIT—the first was also responsible for production. Backing vocals were provided by Jungkook and Yohei. UTA, Pdogg, Jee-yeon Kim, and Eun-jeong Park served as recording engineers. Recording was split between Dogg Bounce and BigHit Studio in South Korea, and Stu...

    On March 26, Billboard Japan reported that a new BTS song called "Stay Gold" had been selected as the theme for then upcoming Japanese television drama, Spiral Labyrinth–DNA Forensic Investigation (Rasen no Meikyū–DNA Kagaku Sōsa)—it would be the band's first Japanese drama theme song in two years since "Don't Leave Me" for Fuji TV's 2018 series Signal. Billboard described the track as a "bright song with expressive lyrics that anyone can easily relate to", and claimed it would be part of a new BTS album releasing in the summer. Originally slated to air on TV Tokyo in April, filming for the drama was halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Japan, and the song's release was delayed. In May, Big Hit Entertainment officially announced that the release of BTS' fourth Japanese studio album was set for July—"Stay Gold" was included on the finalized track list as the lead single and would digitally precede the album's drop roughly one month in advance. The first teaser of the song was revea...

    Jeff Benjamin of Forbes described "Stay Gold" as a "comforting pop blanket" with a "scaling, surging hook encouraging listeners to "stay gold"" that "deliver[s] empowering words at a time when many need it." Reviewing for Sound Digest, Amanda Thilo felt the song was "romantic" but also "uplifting", stating that "during times like this it's nice to have a reminder to stay positive for ourselves and our loved ones". Thilo also praised vocalist Jimin's "signature high note" for how it "kicks the song into an even higher gear", and complimented the harmonies between himself and fellow vocalist Jungkook, stating that their "voices meld together seamlessly". She further remarked, "With everything going on in the world, staying gold may just be what we need." Billboard's Glenn Rowley also called the song "romantic", quoting the lyrics of the chorus in reference to this, and the video "hopeful" and "sunny". E! Online's Samantha Schnurr described the video as "an uplifting visual featuring p...

    The song's official music video was posted to Big Hit's YouTube channel on June 26. It was directed by Yoo-jung Ko of Lumpens. The video opens with member Jungkook in a dark room, gazing beyond the dilapidated spot. In the scenes that follow, the other band members are shown wandering various dark and decrepit locations, separated from one another. They collectively dream about reuniting on a sunshine-filled day and enjoying little things together. During each chorus, the video switches to lighter settings, showing the members playing Jenga, reading a book, or petting a dog. They enjoy the warm atmosphere while basking in gold light and confetti. Eventually, they see rays of light in the dark surroundings which help them escape and reunite with each other.As the video draws to a close, they successfully seek paradise together, and discover "a brighter world filled with purple flowers and lush nature". The music video amassed more than 5 million views within four hours of its premier...

    BTS appeared on TBS Japan's CDTV Live! Live! on June 22 for the premiere performance of "Stay Gold" via pre-recorded video. Wearing blue-toned outfits by Dior, the band gave a sit-down performance of the song against an all-white minimalist set that featured a large, flowering tree in the background, reminiscent of the tree from the music video. The performance's visuals and the band's vocals were well received, particularly Jungkook's rendition of the song's intro, Jimin's high notes, and V's baritone, with BTS, individual member names, the song's title, and CDTV-related terms trending in real-time on Yahoo Japan, Google Japan, Twitter, and Twipple[c] searches and celebrity rankings both during and after the broadcast.The band gave further performances on NTV's Sukkiri on July 14, Buzz Rhythm 02 on July 17, and NHK TV's SONGS on July 18—this was BTS' first appearance on SONGS in two years and they additionally performed "Black Swan". On August 26, the band performed the song togeth...

  10. Serendipity (BTS song) - Wikipedia

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    According to writer Ray Michael Djan Jr., "Serendipity" started out as a deep, meaningful paragraph. The producers concentrated on making a strong melody for the song as usually the lyrics are changed from English to Korean. When the trailer was released both "Jimin" and "Serendipity" trended worldwide. In a V Live broadcast, RM revealed Jimin's goal with the song was to "push himself as a vocalist" resulting in him coming to RM for advice. RM also showed a snippet of his version.When the music video was released it garnered over seven million views and one million likes in twenty-four hours.

    The music video was released as a teaser for the upcoming EP Love Yourself: Her. The song was promoted at the 2018 KBS Song Festivalin December 2018.

    The music video was directed by Choi Yongseok and Lee Wonju of Lumpens, with the choreography for the song created by Brian Puspos, who had worked with BTS before on "Butterfly".

    Musically, the song has been described as sensual and soothing, with hints of delicate electronic-tinged R&B in it. The genre was termed Alternative R&B by Billboard, with the intro version running 2:20 and the full version being 4:36. It is in the key of A♭ major and is eighty-seven beats per minute.With gender neutral lyrics it talked about following your dreams, love, identity, and purpose.

    "Serendipity" received critical acclaim, with IZM stating "'Serendipity' has a dreamlike quality to it, unraveling the joy, conviction, and curiosity of love". Chester Chin from star2 stated the song was a "soft and sensual ballad [and] an exquisite display of the group's maturity". The intro version of the song sold 114,128 digital copies in South Korea, with the full length version peaking at number twenty-nine for digital sales in the United States and selling more than 10,000 copies.In Canada, the full length version was the thirty-ninth best selling song upon release and was the eighth best seller worldwide.

    The song's credits are adapted from the CD liner notes of Love Yourself: Answer. 1. Slow Rabbit - Producer, Keyboard, Synthesizer, Vocal Arrangement, Recording Engineer @ Carrot Express 2. Ray Michael Djan Jr - Producer 3. Ashton Foster- Producer 4. RM- Producer 5. "hitman" bang- Producer 6. Pdogg- Additional Programming 7. JUNE - Chorus 8. ADORA - Chorus, Recording Engineer @ Adorable Trap 9. Kim Seunghyeon - Guitar 10. Jeong Wooyeong - Recording Engineer @ Big Hit Studio 11. Yang Ga - Mix Engineer @ Big Hit Studio

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    1. Charted at 29th place on UK's Official Charts 2. Debuted with more than 10,000 sales in Billboard's World Digital Song sales chart

  11. BTS 74,398 - Wikipedia

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    BTS 74,398 is a centrally acting stimulant drug which was developed for the treatment of Parkinson's disease.It inhibits the synaptic reuptake of dopamine, serotonin and noradrenaline, making it a triple reuptake inhibitor. It was effective ...

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