BTS Jungkook‘s solo tune “Decalcomania” has long been one of the most talked-about solo tracks that ARMY has been anticipating.
The fandom recently received a huge update about the song at BTS’ zoom meeting with ARMY. On his 22nd birthday, Grammy-nominated South Korean vocalist Jungkook released the song’s 1 minute 18-second version.
The ARMY has been patiently awaiting the complete version of the song since then.
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The heart breaking reveal
During a recent zoom call, the BTS engaged with 200 fans and discussed a variety of issues. When a fan inquired about the full version of Jungkook’s Decalcomania, the Euphoria singer stated that he destroyed the track’s file folder.
He even promised fans that the song was still in his thoughts and that he will work on it again in the future.
Army had a heartbreak
ARMY was devastated following Jungkook’s significant update and couldn’t believe he had deleted the files.
A fan shared: “I trust JUNGKOOK on this. He is unpredictable and love to surprise us so yeah … I have faith on decalcomania & to JUNGKOOK!”, while another one wrote, “Jungkook deleting the decalcomania file is the worst thing that has ever happened to me.”
*Jungkook says the success of the group also feels like burden*
The 23-year-old vocalist opened up about the challenges of the group’s record-breaking stretch of chart-topping singles in a recent interview with Weverse Magazine.
“As good as it is and as happy as I am since we’ve kept setting records since ‘Dynamite,’ it also feels like a burden,” said
The success of BTS
BTS is a South Korean band consisting of seven members that were formed in Seoul in 2010. They are a subsidiary of Big Hit Entertainment.
By 2017, BTS had broken into worldwide music markets and had become the most popular K-pop group on the planet.
BTS is now the frontrunner of the Korean Wave throughout Europe, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the Middle East. BTS was cited as one of the primary acts responsible for a $19 billion increase in global music sales in 2018.
BTS has set a number of sales records, including being the first Korean act to reach the top of the Billboard 200 chart.
On YouTube, BTS has over 9 billion views. BTS has a Twitter following of 20.7 million people. BTS was ranked the most influential celebrities in Korea by Forbes Korea. In Forbes Celebrity 100 (2019), BTS placed 43rd as one of the world’s top-earning celebrities.