Wed. Jul 24th, 2024

BTS’s New Japanese Track “Don’t Leave Me” Heats Up International iTunes Charts

BTS‘s brand new Japanese album Face Yourself is an international-level hit!

New track “Don’t Leave Me” has reached #1 on the iTunes’ Top Song Chart in 35 different countries. The song is slated to appear on the soundtrack of the Japanese remake of the popular 2016 Korean police drama “Signal.”

Face Yourself not only comes with Japanese versions of singles like “Blood Sweat & Tears,” “DNA,” “Mic Drop,” and “Spring Day,” but also includes two brand new songs for the Japanese market, the aforementioned “Don’t Leave Me” and “Let Go.”

Meanwhile, the boys are scheduled to promote the new release with an official “Happy Ever After” fan meeting tour, starting at Yokohama Arena from April 18th – 21st before moving onto Osaka-Jo Hall for both April 23rd and 24th.

Dani (danidee) is a writer for WTK from Southern California, who currently lives in Seoul’s Hongdae district. She is a huge fan of graphic novels, Asian films, and Korean hip-hop. Most of the week, she can be found practicing her Korean, marathoning “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” or trying to sample tiramisu from as many cute cafes as possible.

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