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Suga explains his vision about BTS' music in 'Proof Of Inspiration'

Are you ready to listen to the BTS new album "Proof"? A new episode of "Proof Of Inspiration is here. This time Suga talks about the challenges for the group's upcoming music.

The members of BTS have been involved in all aspects of their career since their first day in the industry. These Idols conquered the world thanks to their passion for music and performances.

All of the members have different roles that contribute to the final result on stage or an album. Suga is well known for his talent as a producer. He has worked on multiple Bangtan's songs and some other for other artists as well.

The groups is ready to drop the compilation album "Proof". As you may know, the members chose some of their most important solo songs to be included in this project. How Suga decide his pick for the album? This is what he said.

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Suga picks for "Proof" are "Trivia: Seesaw" and "BTS Cypher Pt.3: Killer"

On May 21 it was revealed Suga's video for the series "Proof Of Inspiration". The rapper has explained why he chose the calm track "Trivia: Seesaw" and the energetic "BTS Cypher Pt.3: Killer" to be part of the upcoming album "Proof".

Suga said that these tracks are really  different from each other. He is wondering what other type of song he will create, there are too many possibilities just like these opposite tracks. He added:

It's fun and meaningful to come up with ideas for expanding my musical spectrum.

The Idols is always looking for new challenges for his solo music for the group. His desire to try new things is what defines his music. His creativity has no limit. Check Suga's message here.

I think that always challenging myself with no limits in the musical spectrum is who I am and who BTS is.

Which one is your favorite, "BTS Cypher Pt.3: Killer" or "Trivia: Seesaw"?

Are you curious about BTS' leader picks? Read this article to know what sons RM chose.

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