BTS in a new production for Apple Music 1

Apple Music 1, the first channel of radio from the eponymous streaming service, invited the members of the K-pop group BTS to come and share their experience on the occasion of a new series on their history. The first episode, Beginningswas released on May 28 and allows you to discover certain titles that have made them famous.

BTS is a boy band originating from Seoul and born from the imagination of the Hybe Corporation, to whom we also owe the success of TXT. Composed of seven members (Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook), the group was launched in 2013 and has released more than a dozen albums available on Apple Music for unlimited listening.

Everything BTS on Apple Music

Among the discs in question, we find Skool Luv Affair (Special Edition), Wake Up (Standard Edition), The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever or wings, Youth and BE. It is also possible to view clips directly from Apple Music, like Girl Of My Dreams or My Universe and its acoustic version with lyrics.

Apple Music’s curators, who are hand-picked real humans, have also designed playlists specially dedicated to fans of the group, such as BTS Essentials or its equivalent with the titles of the artists released in Japanese.

How to access it?

Apple Music is above all a flat rate €9.99 per month including thirty trial days offered to get an idea of ​​the service. For this price, you will be entitled to more than 90 million titles to listen to wherever you are and whenever you want from any of your apple devices (iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, HomePod). Some smart TVs are also compatible; to be checked according to the model and the operating system.

With the same features, Apple also offers a more affordable subscription to 4.99 euros per month but only for students. Recently, there is also the Here offer but which for an identical price does not include either Spatial Audio or the complete catalog in Lossless format (audio without loss).

BTS titles can also be found on other competing platforms such as YouTube Music, Spotify or Deezer in Europe.

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