What you need to know
- BTS has a new radio show on Apple Music.
- The three-episode show hopes to tell the story of BTS and celebrate the band's success.
- The first show has broken Apple's record for the biggest show this year.
Apple Music's new BTS radio show has broken the 2022 record for biggest show with its first episode, the platform has announced.
Apple Music stated over the weekend:
#BTSARMY you did it! 💜@BTS_twt broke the record for biggest show of the year with their debut episode of #BTSRadio on Apple Music 1.https://t.co/TOArpBXpd8@bts_bighit #BTS_Proof #BTS pic.twitter.com/5mWd7d2gG1#BTSARMY you did it! 💜@BTS_twt broke the record for biggest show of the year with their debut episode of #BTSRadio on Apple Music 1.https://t.co/TOArpBXpd8@bts_bighit #BTS_Proof #BTS pic.twitter.com/5mWd7d2gG1— Apple Music (@AppleMusic) May 29, 2022May 29, 2022
BTS's new show, BTS Radio: Past & Present was announced last week, beginning on May 28. The group will host three shows, from that report:
The first episode, which aired last week, gave listeners a look at the songs that helped inspire the unique sound of BTS. Next week an episode will play host to some of the band's favorite songs, and the final episode will look at how the band handled its explosion in popularity and global fame.
Apple Music has enjoyed lots of success with exclusive artist content recently, including a Harry Styles concert that also broke Apple Music records. Apple Music is one of the best iPhone apps for streaming and starts from just $4.99 a month.
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