BTS Spreads ‘Wings’ On Fuse TV ‘The 20 Best Albums Of 2016’
Nice one, BTS.
On December 6, a US-based cable and satellite music channel, Fuse TV, revealed a column, which features ‘The 20 Best Albums of 2016′.
The list contains many global artists’ albums like Beyonce′s Lemonade, Rihanna′s Anti, and David Bowie′s Black Star.
Korean boy group BTS‘s album Wings is found to be at the 8th position.
Fuse TV complimented the boys on their achievement: “In the three years since their debut, BTS has garnered a wholly passionate fanbase around the world, thanks to the seven members′ active involvement in both writing and producing vulnerable and honest song material—all rarities to find in K-pop.”
The channel added: “You get everything from Rap Monster′s melancholic rap track, “Reflection,” to Jin′s stirring ballad, “Awake.” There are loads to explore in the 15-track album, and loads of indication that BTS is just starting to truly spread their wings.”
BTS unveiled its 2nd studio album Wings on October 10. As soon as its release, the album dominated the first spot on the iTunes albums chart in a total of 27 countries.