Published: Sat, January 18, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

BTS’ "Black Swan" Rockets To #1 On US iTunes Sales Chart

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BTS is now one of the most popular artists in the music industry.

There's a case to be made that BTS's "Black Swan" -as performed by the MN Dance Company in a video put up Friday- is perhaps the group's most artistically ambitious release so far.

BTS were spotted at Incheon Airport in Seoul, South Korea, as they were headed to LA to begin the United States promotional rounds for their upcoming album Map of the Soul: 7.

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Meanwhile, fans can catch BTS performing their pre-release single "Black Swan" for the first time this January 28 on CBS's 'The Late Late Show with James Corden'.

BTS dropped their brand new track, Black Swan. "The song lends voice to their fears that one day music will no longer be able to move or touch them". The track has two versions: the first which is used in the music video features string instrumentals with BTS' a capella vocals while the studio version (available on all streaming platforms) features piano and a rolling trap beat. It starts with a quote by Martha Graham, which reads as "A dancer dies twice - once when they stop dancing, and this first death is more painful".

Its chilling video that features the Slovenian dance troupe interpret its lyrics about an artist losing their love for their craft certainly pivots it as their most emotional.

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