BTS: The Record Creators
For less than two months since its release, BTS’ Butter has been breaking and creating records worldwide, including taking the number one spot on Billboard’s HOT 100 for seven consecutive weeks, as of July 22.
The Butter CD Single was then immediately available for pre-order and officially released on July 9 alongside a new English single, Permission to Dance. This Ed Sheeran-written song serves as a gift for the ARMYs’ 8th birthday with a universal message of looking forward to the time when we are all free from masks and from the pandemic.
With Permission to Dance’s debut, BTS continues to take the top spot on Billboard’s HOT 100, making it as their fifth song, joining Dynamite, Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat) with Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo, Life Goes On, and Butter.
Butter CD Set
If you have been enjoying BTS’ recent English singles, the new CD with four tracks is a must—Butter, Permission to Dance, Butter (Instrumental), and Permission to Dance (Instrumental).
And in case you are still waiting for your copy to arrive or you just got yours and you have the cream version, here’s a quick unboxing video of the BTS Butter CD (peaches version):
Where to Buy?
Here are all the links where you can purchase the BTS Butter CD:
United States and Canada
Australia and New Zealand
South Korea and Japan
How have you been enjoying Butter? How many times did you groove while listening to Permission to Dance? How did you like the Butter CD set?
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Butter Album Giveaway (For EU Only)
We are giving away an unsealed Butter Album (items included as seen on the video). The winner will get a Jin PC cream version instead of the OT7 PC.
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