K-pop supergroup BTS has just released their newest single Take Two which marks their 10th anniversary in the K-ent industry since they debuted on June 12, 2010.
The groovy acoustic song reflects the Seoul-based pop sensation's sentiments as they "look back on their decade-long journey since their debut, and picture the forthcoming future together with their fans," BigHit Music wrote on their website.
Take Two was first announced by the record label on May 30, describing the new track as the seven-piece boy group's "precious gift" to their fans called "ARMY."
“All seven members participated in Take Two. The song conveys their appreciation toward ARMY for all the love you shower them with and their desire to always be together with you,” the group's management said in a statement.
BTS leader RM and lead dancer J-hope participated in writing the lyrics, while the group's rapper-producer Suga produced the hip track.
Take Two is the second song that all seven members worked on together since they took a hiatus from group activities in June 2022. On May 12, a month before releasing their 10th-anniversary track, BTS dropped The Planet which is the soundtrack of the animated movie Bastions.
Take Two's release comes a week before the BTS 10th Anniversary FESTA is taking place around Seoul from June 12 to June 25. During the event, launched in partnership with the Seoul Metropolitan Government, ARMYs would see several famous landmarks in Seoul, including the N Seoul Tower, Seoul City Hall, and Dongdaemun Design Plaza, painted in the group's signature color of purple.
In addition to this, BTS' prosperous 10-year career will be celebrated with a major event, titled "BTS Presents Everywhere," on June 17 at the June 17 at Yeouido Hangang Park