BTS's Jung Kook follows up his No.1 single "Seven" with Jack Harlow collaboration "3D."
BTS’s Suga has started his mandatory term of service to the South Korean government, opting to work as a social services in lieu of joining the military.
BTS’s V showed off his vocal chops in an NPR Tiny Desk Concerts session recorded remotely from Seoul, South Korea.
Jung Kook and Latto's "Seven" debuted at No. 1 on the charts despite conservative efforts to push Jason Aldean's controversial “Try That In A Small Town.”
Listen to BTS' new song "Take Two," released in celebration of the K-pop group's 10th anniversary.
Halsey and BTS' Suga have collaborated on "Lilith (Diablo IV Anthem)" for the upcoming installment in Blizzard Entertainment's video game series.
The New York Times reports that an untitled book by publishers Flatiron, suspected by some to be a Taylor Swift memoir, is actually an oral history of BTS.
Suga on BTS will release D-DAY, his third Agust D project, on April 21. The tracklist sports a feature from none other than Ryuichi Sakamoto.
Jin, BTS' first member to be called up by the military, begins his assignment in Yeoncheon, near the North Korean border.
Pharrell and BTS’ RM discussed the forthcoming collab and more in a conversation for Rolling Stone.
BTS' Jin shares solo single "The Astronaut," co-written with Coldplay.
BigHit, BTS's label, has announced that the K-pop group will proceed ahead with South Korea's mandatory military ervice.
The South Korean government is strongly considering forcing the members of BTS to fulfill their mandatory military draft obligations.
Lots of new BTS content, including a concert film and two documentary shows will arrive soon.
A representative of BTS told Pitchfork the band will not be going on hiatus, seemingly contradicting Suga’s comments from earlier today.