BTS Drops Preview of Track “Don’t Leave Me” and it’s Charting #25 in Japan

A preview of BTS’ unreleased Japanese song “Don’t Leave Me” has twitter obsessed. With only getting to hear 1:24 of the track, BTS fans are already calling it the song of the year. The unreleased track is charting on the Billboard Japan Hot 100 at #25, and it was previewed today!

The K-pop group BTS (Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Junkook) are getting ready to release their third Japanese-language album that comes out April 4. The album “Face Yourself” will include Japanese versions of popular hits like “MIC Drop”, “DNA” and “Spring Day” – as well as three new songs, including “Don’t Leave Me”.

BTS’ song “Don’t Leave Me” will be used as the theme song for the Japanese drama “Signal”.

“This is our first time singing a drama theme song, and we are honored to participate in the theme song for a drama that was successful in Korea. We completed a perfect track,” RM said.

“I hope people can focus more on the drama while listening to our theme song,” Jungkook said.

“We hope people watching the drama will enjoy this song,” J-Hope said.

Check out BTS’s new snippet track of “Don’t Leave Me” below.


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