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Review: BTS’ ‘Face Yourself’ leaves fans impressed

K-pop group drops third album on Tuesday, April 4

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BTS (Bangtang Sonyeondan, also knows as Bangtang Boys) released their third Japanese album “Face Yourself” on Tuesday, April 4. After seven months of anticipation, fans were finally granted another album and it has yet to disappoint.

The K-pop group consisting of seven members (Kim Seokjin, Kim Taehyung, Kim Namjoon, Jeon Jungkook, Jung Ho-seok, Min Yoon-gi and Park Jimin) has struck the charts once again. The album represents the rappers and vocalists fittingly as they have a diverse variety of styles. Vocalists outshine in more mellow melodies whereas rappers do in more upbeat songs. “Face Yourself” outshines previous albums with a better overall production and features a variety of styles in which each member’s true potential is shown. The well-composed album led them to take the top spot on the iTunes Album Chart for 49 different countries.

“Face Yourself” is composed of 12 tracks and four of them are exclusively in Japanese. The featured songs are “Ringwanderung,” “Don’t Leave Me,” “Let Go” and “Crack.”

The intro song, “Ringwanderung,” consists of a remix from a previous song, “Best Of Me,” that was released on their “Love Yourself: Her” album. It gives a fresh and hip beat to the original version of “Best Of Me” as it is more consistent of instruments and beats. It is by far a personal favorite on the album.

“Don’t Leave Me” was hyped up by many ARMYS (BTS fandom name). It shows the large vocal range the vocalists have. It truly is powerful, reminiscent and nostalgic in a way.

“Let Go” is like a roller coaster. It starts off slow as it rises to its peak and falls as it progresses to feature a fun beat while repeating “I’m ready to let go” as if it is a moment of realization. “Let Go” has to be fans’ second favorite in the album.

The outro song, “Crack,” is laid back and hip. It is almost too short because it truly is a bop.

Overall, “Face Yourself” is wonderful and fans seem to believe so too. BTS never fails to impress and continue doing so as they keep charting. This has to be a favorite for fans out of other Japanese albums that have been released.

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