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"Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)"
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Single by BTS
from the album Proof
ReleasedJune 10, 2022 (2022-06-10)
GenreAlternative hip hop
Length3:19
LabelBig Hit
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)Pdogg
BTS singles chronology
"My Universe"
(2021)
"Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)"
(2022)
"Bad Decisions"
(2022)
Music video
"Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)" on YouTube
'"Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)" Special MV) on YouTube

"Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)" is a song by South Korean boy band BTS, released on June 10, 2022, through Big Hit Music and Universal Music Group, as the lead single from their first anthology album Proof. It is the band's first original Korean-language single since 2020's "Life Goes On". An alternative hip hop track, the song's lyrics are a reflection on the past nine years of the band's career while also looking forward to what the future holds. It was written by Dan Gleyzer, J-Hope, Max, Pdogg, RM, and Suga, with Pdogg serving as producer. The song received generally positive reviews from critics.

"Yet to Come" reached number one in India, Japan, the Philippines and Vietnam. It charted in the top 10 in Hong Kong, Hungary, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Singapore and South Korea, and the top 20 in Australia, Canada, Lithuania, Peru, Sweden and the United States. BTS promoted the song in South Korea with performances on M Countdown, Music Bank and Inkigayo.

An accompanying music video, set in the desert, was released alongside the single. It contains numerous visual references to past music videos from different eras in BTS' career. An animated music video, featuring avatars of the band from their mobile game BTS Island: In the Seom, followed on June 20. In July, a tribute video featuring submissions from the band's fans was released as part of a promotional YouTube campaign.

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BTS

BTS

BTS, also known as the Bangtan Boys, is a South Korean boy band that formed in 2010 and debuted in 2013 under Big Hit Entertainment. The septet—consisting of members Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook—co-writes and co-produces much of their own material. Originally a hip hop group, their musical style has evolved to incorporate a wide range of genres; their lyrics often discuss mental health, the troubles of school-age youth and coming of age, loss, the journey towards self-love, and individualism. Their work also frequently references literature, philosophy and psychological concepts, and includes an alternate universe storyline.

Big Hit Music

Big Hit Music

Big Hit Music is a South Korean music label established in 2005 by Bang Si-hyuk. It was re-branded and re-structured into an independent label under Hybe Corporation in March 2021. As of date, the label is home to soloist Lee Hyun, and boy groups BTS and Tomorrow X Together. It previously managed soloist Lim Jeong-hee, and groups 8Eight, 2AM, and co-managed Glam.

Proof (album)

Proof (album)

Proof is the first anthology album released by South Korean group BTS, on June 10, 2022, through Big Hit Music. The 3-disc project comprises several of the band's singles through the years; a selection of discography "favorites" chosen by the band members; and various demos and previously unreleased tracks. It also includes four new songs: the album's lead single "Yet to Come ", "Run BTS", "For Youth", and "Quotation Mark".

Life Goes On (BTS song)

Life Goes On (BTS song)

"Life Goes On" is a song recorded by South Korean boy band BTS and released on November 20, 2020, through Big Hit Entertainment and Columbia Records as the lead single from the group's fifth Korean-language studio album Be, released the same day.

Alternative hip hop

Alternative hip hop

Alternative hip hop is a subgenre of hip hop music that encompasses a wide range of styles that are not typically identified as mainstream. AllMusic defines it as comprising "hip hop groups that refuse to conform to any of the traditional stereotypes of rap, such as gangsta, bass, hardcore, and party rap. Instead, they blur genres drawing equally from funk and pop/rock, as well as jazz, soul, reggae, and even folk."

J-Hope

J-Hope

Jung Ho-seok , better known by his stage name J-Hope, is a South Korean rapper, singer-songwriter, dancer, and record producer. He made his debut as a member of South Korean boy band BTS in 2013, under Big Hit Entertainment.

Max Schneider

Max Schneider

Maxwell George Schneider, also known by his mononym MAX, is an American singer-songwriter, actor and model, signed to Arista and Sony RED. In 2018, MAX's single "Lights Down Low" went double platinum in the US, Platinum in Canada, and Gold in Australia. This led to MAX being named an iHeart 2019 'Best New Pop Artist' nominee, and, in 2020, his single "Love Me Less" went Gold in the US and Canada.

Pdogg

Pdogg

Kang Hyo-won, known professionally as Pdogg, is a South Korean record producer, composer, and lyricist for Big Hit Music. He has produced and composed for artists such as 8Eight, Baek Ji-young, BTS, Jo Kwon, and Lim Jeong-hee, among others.

M Countdown

M Countdown

M Countdown (Korean: 엠카운트다운) is a South Korean music program broadcast by Mnet. The show features appearances by popular music artists who also perform live on stage. It is broadcast from CJ E&M Center Studio in Sangam-dong, Mapo District, Seoul.

Music Bank (TV series)

Music Bank (TV series)

Music Bank is a South Korean music program which airs every Friday at 17:00 KST on KBS2. As of 2015, the show is also broadcast in more than a hundred countries through KBS World. Episodes are filmed at the KBS New Wing Open Hall in Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu. The show also organizes the global live concert Music Bank World Tour.

Inkigayo

Inkigayo

Inkigayo is a South Korean music program broadcast by SBS. It airs live every Sunday. The show features some of the latest and most popular artists who perform on stage. It is broadcast from the SBS Open Hall in Deungchon-dong, Gangseo-gu, Seoul.

Background and Release

I feel like we’ve done a great job getting where we are now, and I think our new song marks a comma, not a period in our career. I want its message to our fans to be that we are going to return with a more mature version of ourselves.

— Jimin talks about 'Yet to Come', BTS Radio: Past & Present[1]

On May 6, 2022, the group announced the song and unveiled the artwork.[2] The song title refers to "The Most Beautiful Moment in Life" series, also called the "HYYH" era. The era consisted of several short films, as well as a storyline realized through 20 interconnected music videos.[3] The song was announced as one of three new tracks on the anthology album Proof.[4] As a part of Hyundai's "Goal of the Century" marketing campaign for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, a British rock remix version of "Yet to Come" was produced in collaboration with the automobile company. On September 22, a minute-long preview of the music video for "Yet To Come (Hyundai Ver.)" was posted. The following day, the official music video was released.[5][6]

Composition

"Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)" was co-written by the group's rap line (RM, J-Hope, and Suga), their longtime producer Pdogg, and American artists Max and Dan Gleyzer. The song is in 4
4
common time
in the key of D-flat major with a tempo of 86 beats per minute. BTS' vocal range span from A♭4 to B♭5.[7] References to songs like "Young Forever" and Kanye West's "Touch The Sky" are abundant, and the production is laid-back with striking background synths, and old-school hip hop beats from the early 2000s.[8] Lyrically, the group reflects on their career of the previous nine years and looks forward to the future. The track finds the members weighing up "everything from the accolades that have been bestowed on them over the years, their purpose and their future."[9] It was described as a "feel-good alternative hip-hop track with a medium tempo steering the melody ahead" that features a "chipmunk soul sampling style".[10]

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RM (rapper)

RM (rapper)

Kim Nam-joon, known professionally as RM, is a South Korean rapper, singer-songwriter and record producer. He is the leader of the South Korean boy band BTS.

J-Hope

J-Hope

Jung Ho-seok , better known by his stage name J-Hope, is a South Korean rapper, singer-songwriter, dancer, and record producer. He made his debut as a member of South Korean boy band BTS in 2013, under Big Hit Entertainment.

Suga (rapper)

Suga (rapper)

Min Yoon-gi, known professionally by his stage names Suga and Agust D, is a South Korean rapper, songwriter and record producer. Managed by Big Hit Music, he debuted as a member of the South Korean boy band BTS in 2013. In 2016, he released his first solo mixtape, Agust D. In 2018, he re-released the mixtape for digital purchase and streaming. The reissue reached number three on Billboard's World Albums Chart. In 2020, he released his second solo mixtape, D-2. Commercially, the mixtape peaked at number 11 on the US Billboard 200, number seven on the UK Albums Chart, and number two on Australia's ARIA Album Chart. The Korea Music Copyright Association attributes over 100 songs to Suga as a songwriter and producer, including Suran's "Wine" which peaked at number two on the Gaon Music Chart and won best Soul/R&B track of the year at the 2017 Melon Music Awards.

Pdogg

Pdogg

Kang Hyo-won, known professionally as Pdogg, is a South Korean record producer, composer, and lyricist for Big Hit Music. He has produced and composed for artists such as 8Eight, Baek Ji-young, BTS, Jo Kwon, and Lim Jeong-hee, among others.

Max Schneider

Max Schneider

Maxwell George Schneider, also known by his mononym MAX, is an American singer-songwriter, actor and model, signed to Arista and Sony RED. In 2018, MAX's single "Lights Down Low" went double platinum in the US, Platinum in Canada, and Gold in Australia. This led to MAX being named an iHeart 2019 'Best New Pop Artist' nominee, and, in 2020, his single "Love Me Less" went Gold in the US and Canada.

Key (music)

Key (music)

In music theory, the key of a piece is the group of pitches, or scale, that forms the basis of a musical composition in classical, Western art, and Western pop music.Tonality or key: Music which uses the notes of a particular scale is said to be "in the key of" that scale or in the tonality of that scale.

D-flat major

D-flat major

D-flat major is a major scale based on D♭, consisting of the pitches D♭, E♭, F, G♭, A♭, B♭ and C. Its key signature has five flats. It is enharmonically equivalent to C-sharp major.

A♭ (musical note)

A♭ (musical note)

A♭ is the ninth semitone of the solfège.

B♭ (musical note)

B♭ (musical note)

B♭ (B-flat) is the eleventh step of the Western chromatic scale . It lies a diatonic semitone above A and a chromatic semitone below B, thus being enharmonic to A♯, even though in some musical tunings, B♭ will have a different sounding pitch than A♯. B-flat is also enharmonic to C.

Kanye West

Kanye West

Ye is an American rapper, songwriter, record producer, and fashion designer. He is widely regarded as one of the most influential hip hop artists and producers.

Synthesizer

Synthesizer

A synthesizer is an electronic musical instrument that generates audio signals. Synthesizers typically create sounds by generating waveforms through methods including subtractive synthesis, additive synthesis and frequency modulation synthesis. These sounds may be altered by components such as filters, which cut or boost frequencies; envelopes, which control articulation, or how notes begin and end; and low-frequency oscillators, which modulate parameters such as pitch, volume, or filter characteristics affecting timbre. Synthesizers are typically played with keyboards or controlled by sequencers, software or other instruments, and may be synchronized to other equipment via MIDI.

Old-school hip hop

Old-school hip hop

Old-school hip hop is the earliest commercially recorded hip hop music and original style of the genre. It typically refers to the music created around 1979 to 1983, as well as any hip hop that does not adhere to contemporary styles.

Critical reception

Writing for NME, Rhian Daly awarded the song five out of five stars, praising the track for being "simultaneously tinged with nostalgia and brimming with optimism for the future". Daly pointed out V's and Suga's performance on the song.[9] Billboard highlighted the "powerful chorus".[11] Rolling Stone magazine described the single as "a classic BTS blend of sparkling pop and old-school hip-hop that offers a hopeful promise of an even brighter future."[12] Abbie Aitken of Clash wrote that "Yet To Come" compels listeners to pay close attention to the members words and "emphasize nostalgia surrounding the group and their music."[13]

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NME

NME

New Musical Express (NME) is a British music, film, gaming, and culture website and brand. Founded as a newspaper in 1952, with the publication being referred to as a 'rock inkie', the NME would become a magazine that ended up as a free publication, before becoming an online brand which includes its website and radio stations.

V (singer)

V (singer)

Kim Tae-hyung, also known professionally as V, is a South Korean singer and a member of the boy band BTS. V has released three solo tracks under the band's name: "Stigma" in 2016, "Singularity" in 2018, and "Inner Child" in 2020, all of which have charted on South Korea's Gaon Digital Chart. In 2019, V released his first independent song, the self-composed digital track "Scenery". He also appeared on the Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth (2016) soundtrack alongside bandmate Jin.

Suga (rapper)

Suga (rapper)

Min Yoon-gi, known professionally by his stage names Suga and Agust D, is a South Korean rapper, songwriter and record producer. Managed by Big Hit Music, he debuted as a member of the South Korean boy band BTS in 2013. In 2016, he released his first solo mixtape, Agust D. In 2018, he re-released the mixtape for digital purchase and streaming. The reissue reached number three on Billboard's World Albums Chart. In 2020, he released his second solo mixtape, D-2. Commercially, the mixtape peaked at number 11 on the US Billboard 200, number seven on the UK Albums Chart, and number two on Australia's ARIA Album Chart. The Korea Music Copyright Association attributes over 100 songs to Suga as a songwriter and producer, including Suran's "Wine" which peaked at number two on the Gaon Music Chart and won best Soul/R&B track of the year at the 2017 Melon Music Awards.

Billboard (magazine)

Billboard (magazine)

Billboard is an American music and entertainment magazine published weekly by Penske Media Corporation. The magazine provides music charts, news, video, opinion, reviews, events, and style related to the music industry. Its music charts include the Hot 100, the 200, and the Global 200, tracking the most popular albums and songs in different genres of music. It also hosts events, owns a publishing firm, and operates several TV shows.

Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone is an American monthly magazine that focuses on music, politics, and popular culture. It was founded in San Francisco, California, in 1967 by Jann Wenner, and the music critic Ralph J. Gleason. It was first known for its coverage of rock music and political reporting by Hunter S. Thompson. In the 1990s, the magazine broadened and shifted its focus to a younger readership interested in youth-oriented television shows, film actors, and popular music. It has since returned to its traditional mix of content, including music, entertainment, and politics.

Music video

On June 8, 2022, BTS posted a teaser of the music video.[14] The 35-second teaser shows the members in a desert, with each referencing one of the group's past music videos.[15] The official four-minute music video was released on YouTube on June 10, 2022.[16] On June 18, 2022, BTS shared a behind the scene footage of the member filming in a desert outside Las Vegas, where they were seen confronting several problems: the Day 1 shoot had to be cancelled due to a massive sandstorm.[17]

An animated video of the single was released on June 20, 2022. It features the group’s avatars from the mobile game BTS Island: In the Seom.[18] On July 12, 2022, BTS released a tribute video which includes fan videos from their #MyBTStory YouTube campaign.[19]

Synopsis

The video begins with Jungkook making a hand gesture as a reference to the band's Hwa Yang Yeon Hwa On Stage: Prologue video. The camera then zooms in through his fingers to reveal the seven band members seated in a barren desert, in the same order as seen in the 2014 "Just One Day" music video. Jin is seen in the truck he previously used in "Run"'s music video, facing the angel statue from "Blood Sweat & Tears." The old brown piano from Suga's "First Love" short film also makes an appearance. The blue container trailer that RM had passed in "Run" is now in front of him, and J-Hope is standing alongside the train from "Spring Day" on the dunes. BTS' first chapter ends where it began nine years ago, as the boys stand together in front of the bus. Where V covered Jin's eyes with his hands in the music video for "Blood Sweat & Tears," six years later, in "Yet to Come," Jin removes his hands to present to V the symbol of BTS' beginning — the yellow school bus from their very first music video, "No More Dream." They don dazzling white clothes that complement their happy looks instead of the dark and heavy makeup they wore nine years before. The septet is back on the bus, seated in the same configuration as in "Spring Day," and ready to head to their next destination, which has not yet been reached.[20]

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YouTube

YouTube

YouTube is an American online video sharing and social media platform headquartered in San Bruno, California. It was launched on February 14, 2005, by Steve Chen, Chad Hurley, and Jawed Karim. It is owned by Google, and is the second most visited website, after Google Search. YouTube has more than 2.5 billion monthly users who collectively watch more than one billion hours of videos each day. As of May 2019, videos were being uploaded at a rate of more than 500 hours of content per minute.

Jungkook

Jungkook

Jeon Jung-kook, known mononymously as Jungkook, is a South Korean singer. He is the youngest member and vocalist of the South Korean boy band BTS.

Kim Seok-jin

Kim Seok-jin

Kim Seok-jin, also known professionally as Jin, is a South Korean singer, songwriter, and member of the South Korean boy band BTS. Kim has co-written and released three solo tracks with BTS: "Awake" in 2016, "Epiphany" in 2018, and "Moon" in 2020, all of which have charted on South Korea's Gaon Digital Chart. In 2019, Kim released his first independent song, the digital track "Tonight". He made his official debut as a solo artist in October 2022, with the release of the single "The Astronaut".

Run (BTS song)

Run (BTS song)

"Run" is a song recorded by South Korean boy band BTS as the lead single for their fourth extended play, The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Pt. 2 (2015). The original Korean version was released by Big Hit Entertainment on November 30, 2015, in South Korea. The Japanese single version was released on March 15, 2016, under the Pony Canyon label.

Blood Sweat & Tears (song)

Blood Sweat & Tears (song)

"Blood Sweat & Tears" is a song recorded in two languages by South Korean boy band BTS. It was written by "Hitman" Bang, Kim Do-hoon, RM, Suga, J-Hope, and Pdogg, with the latter of the six solely handling production. The Korean version was released on October 10, 2016, as the lead single from the band's second studio album, Wings (2016), by Big Hit Entertainment. The Japanese version of the song was released on May 10, 2017, through Universal Music Japan, as a single album that included the B-side tracks "Spring Day" and "Not Today", both also in Japanese. It is a moombahton, trap, and tropical house song with influences of dancehall and reggaeton. The song's lyrics address the pain of addictive love.

Suga (rapper)

Suga (rapper)

Min Yoon-gi, known professionally by his stage names Suga and Agust D, is a South Korean rapper, songwriter and record producer. Managed by Big Hit Music, he debuted as a member of the South Korean boy band BTS in 2013. In 2016, he released his first solo mixtape, Agust D. In 2018, he re-released the mixtape for digital purchase and streaming. The reissue reached number three on Billboard's World Albums Chart. In 2020, he released his second solo mixtape, D-2. Commercially, the mixtape peaked at number 11 on the US Billboard 200, number seven on the UK Albums Chart, and number two on Australia's ARIA Album Chart. The Korea Music Copyright Association attributes over 100 songs to Suga as a songwriter and producer, including Suran's "Wine" which peaked at number two on the Gaon Music Chart and won best Soul/R&B track of the year at the 2017 Melon Music Awards.

RM (rapper)

RM (rapper)

Kim Nam-joon, known professionally as RM, is a South Korean rapper, singer-songwriter and record producer. He is the leader of the South Korean boy band BTS.

J-Hope

J-Hope

Jung Ho-seok , better known by his stage name J-Hope, is a South Korean rapper, singer-songwriter, dancer, and record producer. He made his debut as a member of South Korean boy band BTS in 2013, under Big Hit Entertainment.

Spring Day (song)

Spring Day (song)

"Spring Day" is a song recorded by South Korean boy band BTS for their 2017 album You Never Walk Alone, a repackage of their second Korean-language studio album, Wings (2016). The song was written by "Hitman" Bang, RM, Suga, ADORA, Arlissa Ruppert, Peter Ibsen, and its producer Pdogg. It was released for digital download and streaming on February 13, 2017, as the album's lead single by Big Hit Entertainment. A remix of the song was subsequently released for free via SoundCloud on June 4, 2018. A Japanese version of the song was issued on May 10, 2017, through Universal Music Japan, as a B-side of the single album that included the tracks "Blood Sweat & Tears" and "Not Today", both also in Japanese. The song is an alternative hip hop and pop rock power ballad, which relies on rock instrumentation. The lyrics revolve around the themes of loss, longing, grief, and moving on.

V (singer)

V (singer)

Kim Tae-hyung, also known professionally as V, is a South Korean singer and a member of the boy band BTS. V has released three solo tracks under the band's name: "Stigma" in 2016, "Singularity" in 2018, and "Inner Child" in 2020, all of which have charted on South Korea's Gaon Digital Chart. In 2019, V released his first independent song, the self-composed digital track "Scenery". He also appeared on the Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth (2016) soundtrack alongside bandmate Jin.

Commercial performance

In South Korea, "Yet to Come" debuted at number 13 on the Week 24 issue of Gaon Digital Chart as the highest-charting new entry for the period dated June 5–11.[21] The song also entered the Download and BGM Chart at number 2,[22][23] and number 71 on the Streaming Chart.[24] After that, the song peaked at number 4 on the digital chart[25] and number 7 on the Streaming Chart.[26] In Japan, the single debuted at number 1 on the Oricon Daily Digital Single Chart with 6,672 copies sold,[27] and number 2 on the Weekly Digital Single chart for the period dated June 6–12 with 13,118 copies sold in total that time.[28] It debuted at number 5 on the Weekly Streaming Chart with 5,952,112 streams,[29] then peaked in number 1 on its second week with 14,428,730 cumulative streams.[30] The single entered the Billboard Japan Hot 100 at number five[31] and the component Download Songs chart at number three.[32] The song rose to number 1 with 12,435,525 streams on the country's Hot 100 chart the following week.[33][34] In the United States, the song debuted at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100. It also topped the World Digital Song Sales.[35] Globally, "Yet to Come” charted at No. 1 on the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. chart with 96.5 million streams and 42,000 sold in territories outside the U.S. on June 10–16 tracking week.[36]

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Circle Digital Chart

Circle Digital Chart

The Circle Digital Chart, previously known as the Gaon Digital Chart, is the music industry standard record chart ranking the 200 most popular singles in South Korea. It provides rankings on a weekly, monthly, and yearly basis, which is based on an aggregate of streaming, downloads and background music from major South Korean music platforms. It is a part of the Circle Chart, previously known as the Gaon Chart.

Oricon Singles Chart

Oricon Singles Chart

The Oricon Singles Chart is the Japanese music industry-standard singles popularity chart issued daily, weekly, monthly and yearly by Oricon. Chart rankings are based on physical singles' sales. Until 2017, Oricon did not track download sales. In Japan, physical sales decreased sharply in the 2000s, while download sales hit three to four times the amount of single sales. In November 2017, Oricon introduced its first digital songs chart, separate from its main physical singles chart. In November 2018, Oricon launched a streaming chart, and introduced a combined singles chart that utilizes physical single sales, downloads, and streams.

Billboard Japan Hot 100

Billboard Japan Hot 100

The Billboard Japan Hot 100 is a record chart in Japan for songs. It has been compiled by Billboard Japan and Hanshin Contents Link since February 2008. The chart is updated every Wednesday at Billboard-japan.com (JST) and every Thursday at Billboard.com (UTC).

Billboard Hot 100

Billboard Hot 100

The Billboard Hot 100 is the music industry standard record chart in the United States for songs, published weekly by Billboard magazine. Chart rankings are based on sales, radio play, and online streaming in the United States.

World Digital Song Sales

World Digital Song Sales

The World Digital Song Sales chart is a weekly record chart compiled by Nielsen SoundScan and published by Billboard magazine. Established in 2010—with the issue dated January 23—as one of 21 genre-specific song charts launched by Billboard that year, it originally ranked the 25 best-selling digital singles in the World Music genre, but has since been reduced to 15 entries, effective the issue dated November 20, 2021.

Live performance

BTS performed "Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)", together with their B-side track "For Youth", on Mnet's M Countdown, KBS2's Music Bank, and SBS' Inkigayo. It was the first time since their 2020 single, "On", that the group performed on South Korean music shows.[37] The group, accompanied by Anderson .Paak on drums, performed the single for their "Proof Live" in celebration of their 9th anniversary on June 13, 2022.[38] On October 8, 2022, they performed "Yet to Come" and "For Youth" at The Fact Music Awards.[39] BTS performed the single at the "Yet To Come" concert on October 15 in Busan.[40]

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Mnet (TV channel)

Mnet (TV channel)

Mnet is a South Korean pay television music channel owned by CJ E&M, a division of CJ ENM, part of CJ Group.

M Countdown

M Countdown

M Countdown (Korean: 엠카운트다운) is a South Korean music program broadcast by Mnet. The show features appearances by popular music artists who also perform live on stage. It is broadcast from CJ E&M Center Studio in Sangam-dong, Mapo District, Seoul.

Music Bank (TV series)

Music Bank (TV series)

Music Bank is a South Korean music program which airs every Friday at 17:00 KST on KBS2. As of 2015, the show is also broadcast in more than a hundred countries through KBS World. Episodes are filmed at the KBS New Wing Open Hall in Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu. The show also organizes the global live concert Music Bank World Tour.

Seoul Broadcasting System

Seoul Broadcasting System

Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) is one of the leading South Korean television and radio broadcasters. The broadcaster legally became known as SBS in March 2000, changing its corporate name from Seoul Broadcasting System (서울방송). Its flagship terrestrial television station SBS TV broadcasts as channel 6 for digital and cable.

Inkigayo

Inkigayo

Inkigayo is a South Korean music program broadcast by SBS. It airs live every Sunday. The show features some of the latest and most popular artists who perform on stage. It is broadcast from the SBS Open Hall in Deungchon-dong, Gangseo-gu, Seoul.

On (song)

On (song)

"On" is a song recorded by South Korean boy band BTS. It was released on February 21, 2020, as the second single from the band's fourth Korean-language album Map of the Soul: 7. A version featuring Australian singer Sia was also released and features on the digital and streaming version of the album.

Anderson .Paak

Anderson .Paak

Brandon Paak Anderson, better known by his stage name Anderson .Paak, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, and drummer. He released his debut mixtape, O.B.E. Vol. 1, in 2012 and went on to release Venice in 2014. In 2016 he followed up with Malibu, which received a nomination for Best Urban Contemporary Album at the Grammy Awards, followed by Oxnard, in 2018. At the 61st Grammy Awards, Paak won his first Grammy award for Best Rap Performance with the song "Bubblin". He won two more Grammy awards in 2020 for Best R&B Album with Ventura and for Best R&B Performance for "Come Home".

The Fact Music Awards

The Fact Music Awards

The Fact Music Awards is an awards ceremony hosted by The Fact and organized by Fan N Star that recognizes major contributors to the Hallyu wave. Established in 2019, The Fact Music Awards determines its winners through objective data from Gaon, a panel of judges, and the support and participation scores of fans at home and abroad.

Busan

Busan

Busan, officially known as Busan Metropolitan City, is South Korea's most populous city after Seoul, with a population of over 3.4 million inhabitants. Formerly romanized as Pusan, it is the economic, cultural and educational center of southeastern South Korea, with its port being Korea's busiest and the sixth-busiest in the world. The surrounding "Southeastern Maritime Industrial Region" is South Korea's largest industrial area.

Credits and personnel

Credits adapted from liner notes of Proof.[41]

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Liner notes

Liner notes

Liner notes are the writings found on the sleeves of LP record albums and in booklets that come inserted into the compact disc jewel case or the equivalent packaging for cassettes.

BTS

BTS

BTS, also known as the Bangtan Boys, is a South Korean boy band that formed in 2010 and debuted in 2013 under Big Hit Entertainment. The septet—consisting of members Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook—co-writes and co-produces much of their own material. Originally a hip hop group, their musical style has evolved to incorporate a wide range of genres; their lyrics often discuss mental health, the troubles of school-age youth and coming of age, loss, the journey towards self-love, and individualism. Their work also frequently references literature, philosophy and psychological concepts, and includes an alternate universe storyline.

J-Hope

J-Hope

Jung Ho-seok , better known by his stage name J-Hope, is a South Korean rapper, singer-songwriter, dancer, and record producer. He made his debut as a member of South Korean boy band BTS in 2013, under Big Hit Entertainment.

Jungkook

Jungkook

Jeon Jung-kook, known mononymously as Jungkook, is a South Korean singer. He is the youngest member and vocalist of the South Korean boy band BTS.

Max Schneider

Max Schneider

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Pdogg

Pdogg

Kang Hyo-won, known professionally as Pdogg, is a South Korean record producer, composer, and lyricist for Big Hit Music. He has produced and composed for artists such as 8Eight, Baek Ji-young, BTS, Jo Kwon, and Lim Jeong-hee, among others.

RM (rapper)

RM (rapper)

Kim Nam-joon, known professionally as RM, is a South Korean rapper, singer-songwriter and record producer. He is the leader of the South Korean boy band BTS.

Suga (rapper)

Suga (rapper)

Min Yoon-gi, known professionally by his stage names Suga and Agust D, is a South Korean rapper, songwriter and record producer. Managed by Big Hit Music, he debuted as a member of the South Korean boy band BTS in 2013. In 2016, he released his first solo mixtape, Agust D. In 2018, he re-released the mixtape for digital purchase and streaming. The reissue reached number three on Billboard's World Albums Chart. In 2020, he released his second solo mixtape, D-2. Commercially, the mixtape peaked at number 11 on the US Billboard 200, number seven on the UK Albums Chart, and number two on Australia's ARIA Album Chart. The Korea Music Copyright Association attributes over 100 songs to Suga as a songwriter and producer, including Suran's "Wine" which peaked at number two on the Gaon Music Chart and won best Soul/R&B track of the year at the 2017 Melon Music Awards.

Accolades

"Yet to Come" earned nine domestic television music show trophies in June, including a triple crown on M Countdown.[42] The song also won the Melon Popularity Award for four consecutive weeks from June 20 to July 11, 2022.[43]

At the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards, held in August, "Yet to Come" was nominated in the Best K-Pop category,[44] but did not win.[45] In October, the song received nominations for Best Vocal Performance – Group and Song of the Year at the 2022 MAMA Awards,[46] and Music Video of 2022 at the 48th People's Choice Awards.[47] In November, it became the first Korean-language song to be recognized by the Recording Academy when it earned a nomination for Best Music Video at the upcoming 65th Annual Grammy Awards.[48]

Music program awards
Program Date Ref.
Show Champion June 15, 2022 [49]
M Countdown June 16, 2022 [50]
June 23, 2022 [51]
June 30, 2022 [42]
Music Bank June 17, 2022 [52]
June 24, 2022 [53]
Show! Music Core June 25, 2022 [54]
Inkigayo June 19, 2022 [55]
June 26, 2022 [56]

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Music programs of South Korea

Music programs of South Korea

Music programs of South Korea are broadcast weekly, with different artists performing on the shows to promote their music.

2022 MTV Video Music Awards

2022 MTV Video Music Awards

The 2022 MTV Video Music Awards were held at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on August 28, 2022. The show was emceed by LL Cool J, Nicki Minaj, and Jack Harlow. Minaj was honored with the Video Vanguard Award, presented to her by her fans. Red Hot Chili Peppers was honored with the Global Icon Award which was presented to them by Cheech & Chong.

MTV Video Music Award for Best K-Pop Video

MTV Video Music Award for Best K-Pop Video

The MTV Video Music Award for Best K-Pop Video award was first introduced to the MTV Music Video Awards in 2019.

Mnet Asian Music Award for Best Vocal Performance

Mnet Asian Music Award for Best Vocal Performance

The Mnet Asian Music Award for Best Male/Female Vocal Performance – Solo or Group is an award presented annually by CJ E&M Pictures (Mnet).

2022 MAMA Awards

2022 MAMA Awards

The 2022 MAMA Awards ceremony, organized by CJ E&M and broadcast through its music channel Mnet, will broadcast live on November 29 and 30, 2022. The ceremony will be held at the Kyocera Dome Osaka, Japan. The theme for the ceremony is titled "K-POP World Citizenship" with sub-themes per night, "The world we build together" for day 1, and "We are K-POP" for day 2. The ceremony is the first to carry the new rebranded name, the first to take place overseas during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the 24th in the show's history.

48th People's Choice Awards

48th People's Choice Awards

The 48th ceremony of the People's Choice Awards will be held on December 6, 2022, at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California. Hosted for a second consecutive year by Kenan Thompson, the show will be broadcast live simultaneously on NBC and E!. Nominees spanning 40 categories for film, television, music, and popular culture were announced on October 26.

Grammy Award for Best Music Video

Grammy Award for Best Music Video

The Grammy Award for Best Music Video is an honor presented at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards, to performers, directors, and producers of quality short form music videos. Honors in several categories are presented at the ceremony annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States to "honor artistic achievement, technical proficiency and overall excellence in the recording industry, without regard to album sales or chart position".

65th Annual Grammy Awards

65th Annual Grammy Awards

The 65th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony will be held at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on February 5, 2023. It will recognize the best recordings, compositions, and artists of the eligibility year, running from October 1, 2021, to September 30, 2022. The nominations were announced on November 15, 2022.

M Countdown

M Countdown

M Countdown (Korean: 엠카운트다운) is a South Korean music program broadcast by Mnet. The show features appearances by popular music artists who also perform live on stage. It is broadcast from CJ E&M Center Studio in Sangam-dong, Mapo District, Seoul.

Music Bank (TV series)

Music Bank (TV series)

Music Bank is a South Korean music program which airs every Friday at 17:00 KST on KBS2. As of 2015, the show is also broadcast in more than a hundred countries through KBS World. Episodes are filmed at the KBS New Wing Open Hall in Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu. The show also organizes the global live concert Music Bank World Tour.

Show! Music Core

Show! Music Core

Show! Music Core, or simply Music Core is a South Korean music television program broadcast by MBC. It airs live every Saturday at 15:30 (KST). The show features some of the latest and most popular artists who perform live on stage. It is broadcast from MBC Dream Center in Goyang, Gyeonggi.

Inkigayo

Inkigayo

Inkigayo is a South Korean music program broadcast by SBS. It airs live every Sunday. The show features some of the latest and most popular artists who perform on stage. It is broadcast from the SBS Open Hall in Deungchon-dong, Gangseo-gu, Seoul.

Charts

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Billboard Argentina

Billboard Argentina

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ARIA Charts

ARIA Charts

The ARIA Charts are the main Australian music sales charts, issued weekly by the Australian Recording Industry Association. The charts are a record of the highest selling songs and albums in various genres in Australia. ARIA became the official Australian music chart in June 1988, succeeding the Kent Music Report, which had been Australia's national music sales charts since 1974.

Billboard (magazine)

Billboard (magazine)

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Canadian Hot 100

Canadian Hot 100

The Canadian Hot 100 is a music industry record chart in Canada for songs, published weekly by Billboard magazine. The Canadian Hot 100 was launched on the issue dated March 31, 2007, and is currently the standard record chart in Canada; a new chart is compiled and officially released to the public by Billboard on Tuesdays but post-dated to the following Saturday.

GfK Entertainment charts

GfK Entertainment charts

The GfK Entertainment charts are the official music charts in Germany and are gathered and published by GfK Entertainment, a subsidiary of GfK, on behalf of Bundesverband Musikindustrie. GfK Entertainment is the provider of weekly Top 100 single and album charts, as well as various other chart formats for genres like compilations, jazz, classical music, schlager, hip hop, dance, comedy, and music videos. Following a lawsuit in March 2014 by Media Control AG, Media Control® GfK International had to change its name.

Billboard Global 200

Billboard Global 200

The Billboard Global 200 is a weekly record chart published by Billboard magazine. The chart ranks the top songs globally and is based on digital sales and online streaming from over 200 territories worldwide. First announced in mid-2019, it officially launched in September 2020.

IFPI Greece

IFPI Greece

International Federation of the Phonographic Industry Greece, or simply IFPI Greece, is the Greek branch of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) and is the official charts provider and recording sales certification body for Greece. The association compiles and publishes a Top 75 album sales chart. The chart is sponsored by Cyta Hellas.

Association of Hungarian Record Companies

Association of Hungarian Record Companies

Hungarian Recording Industry Association is the Hungarian music industry association, founded in 1992. MAHASZ issues the Hungarian Music Awards, awards music recording certification and maintains the music charts for Hungary.

IMI International Top 20 Singles

IMI International Top 20 Singles

The IMI International Top 20 Singles is a weekly record chart in India for international singles, published by the Indian Music Industry (IMI) and supported by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI). Launched on 21 June 2021, it is the first official music industry recognised record chart in India. The chart is reviewed by the IMI Charts committee, comprising representatives from Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Times Music, and Warner Music Group. The chart is formulated by BMAT Music Innovators using streaming data from Amazon Music, Apple Music, and Spotify.

Federazione Industria Musicale Italiana

Federazione Industria Musicale Italiana

The Federazione Industria Musicale Italiana (FIMI) is an umbrella organization that keeps track of virtually all aspects of the music recording industry in Italy. It was established in 1992, when major corporate labels left the previously existing Associazione dei Fonografici Italiani (AFI). During the following years, most of the remaining Italian record labels left AFI to join the new organisation. As of 2011, FIMI represents 2,500 companies operating in the music business.

AGATA (organization)

AGATA (organization)

Lithuanian Neighbouring Rights Association, known as AGATA, is a non-profit performance rights organization established in 1999 that deals with the licensing and rights of music publishers and performers in Lithuania. In 2011, it became the country's designated body for the collection of compensation for writers, performers, actors and producers. AGATA is an associated member of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI). Since September 2018, AGATA publishes weekly top 100 charts of the most popular albums and singles in Lithuania. The charts are based on sales and streams from Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music, iTunes, Google Play and Shazam.

Dutch Single Top 100

Dutch Single Top 100

The Dutch Single Top 100 or Single Top 100 is a Dutch chart, based on official physical single sales, legal downloads and since July 2013 streaming and composed by Dutch Charts. It is one of the three official charts, the other two being the Dutch Top 40 and the Mega Top 30. The difference is that these charts also include airplay data. The list is especially intended for the music industry and those who take an interest in charts. In Dutch TV programmes the Single Top 100 is often cited, although it has not been broadcast since December 2006.

Certifications

Certifications for "Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)"
Region Certification Certified units/sales
Streaming
Japan (RIAJ)[91] Gold 50,000,000dagger

dagger Streaming-only figures based on certification alone.

Release history

Release dates and formats for "Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)"
Region Date Format Version Label Ref.
Various June 10, 2022 Original Big Hit Music [92]
United States June 17, 2022 CD single [93]
Italy Contemporary hit radio [94]
Various September 23, 2022 Hyundai Version Big Hit [95]

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Music download

Music download

A music download is the digital transfer of music via the Internet into a device capable of decoding and playing it, such as a personal computer, portable media player, MP3 player or smartphone. This term encompasses both legal downloads and downloads of copyrighted material without permission or legal payment. According to a Nielsen report, downloadable music accounted for 55.9 percent of all music sales in the US in 2012. By the beginning of 2011, Apple's iTunes Store alone made US$1.1 billion of revenue in the first quarter of its fiscal year. Music downloads are typically encoded with modified discrete cosine transform (MDCT) audio data compression, particularly the Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) format used by iTunes as well as the MP3 audio coding format.

Streaming media

Streaming media

Streaming media is multimedia that is delivered and consumed in a continuous manner from a source, with little or no intermediate storage in network elements. Streaming refers to the delivery method of content, rather than the content itself.

Big Hit Music

Big Hit Music

Big Hit Music is a South Korean music label established in 2005 by Bang Si-hyuk. It was re-branded and re-structured into an independent label under Hybe Corporation in March 2021. As of date, the label is home to soloist Lee Hyun, and boy groups BTS and Tomorrow X Together. It previously managed soloist Lim Jeong-hee, and groups 8Eight, 2AM, and co-managed Glam.

CD single

CD single

A CD single is a music single in the form of a compact disc. The standard in the Red Book for the term CD single is an 8 cm (3-inch) CD. It now refers to any single recorded onto a CD of any size, particularly the CD5, or 5-inch CD single. The format was introduced in the mid-1980s but did not gain its place in the market until the early 1990s. With the rise in digital downloads in the early 2010s, sales of CD singles have decreased.

Universal Music Group

Universal Music Group

Universal Music Group N.V. is a Dutch–American multinational music corporation under Dutch law. UMG's corporate headquarters are located in Hilversum, Netherlands and its operational headquarters are located in Santa Monica, California. The biggest music company in the world, it is one of the "Big Three" record labels, along with Sony Music and Warner Music Group. Tencent acquired ten percent of Universal Music Group in March 2020 for €3 billion and acquired an additional ten percent stake in January 2021. Pershing Square Holdings later acquired ten percent of UMG prior to its IPO on the Euronext Amsterdam stock exchange. The company went public on September 21, 2021, at a valuation of €46 billion.

Contemporary hit radio

Contemporary hit radio

Contemporary hit radio is a radio format that is common in many countries that focuses on playing current and recurrent popular music as determined by the Top 40 music charts. There are several subcategories, dominantly focusing on rock, pop, or urban music. Used alone, CHR most often refers to the CHR-pop format. The term contemporary hit radio was coined in the early 1980s by Radio & Records magazine to designate Top 40 stations which continued to play hits from all musical genres as pop music splintered into Adult contemporary, Urban contemporary, Contemporary Christian and other formats.

Source: "Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 28th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yet_to_Come_(The_Most_Beautiful_Moment).

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