BTS drops new Butter concept pics and the boys will leave you gasping for air with their uber cool avatars

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Bangtan boys (RM, Suga, J Hope, Jimin, V, Jin, Jungkook) are all set to drop a CD version of Butter titled Peach and Cream with another new single titled Permission to Dance as deciphered by ARMY. BigHit Entertainment dropped new concept pics of Butter Peach version on social media on Sunday which literally left everyone gobsmacked. The pics from the photoshoot was dropped unannounced leaving ARMY all the more excited for July 9th, the day meant to celebrate the bond between BTS and ARMY. The song is a gift for ARMY from the septet.

In the pictures, the boys are seen posing effortlessly exuding their inner charm in a totally new way. With the peach theme dominating the room, the members are seen carelessly posing in what looks like a game room. A few placards and props on the table hints at what the song might include. There is one placard with ‘Permission to Dance’ written on it, while the other reads, ‘For you ARMY’. Well, let’s admit, no one does it like BTS.

Each member is seen unleashing a dangerously ‘smooth like Butter’ side to them in the new photoshoot. RM, Suga and Jimin are seen opting for white T-shirts with casual pants for their look. On the other hand, J-Hope and Jin went for slight denim on denim look looking out of the world. The maknae line including V and Jungkook opted for a sporty biker look with leather jackets over white T-shirts and denim. As per reports, the members shot for the new music video in Gyeonggi province, South Korea.

Meanwhile, Butter topped the Billboard Hot 100 for the fourth week consecutively. About the same, the members in a statement said, “We’re happy and honored that the song reached No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 again. We wouldn’t have gotten our fourth chart topping song without everyone’s love and support. Thank You for enjoying “Butter” and we will keep working hard to deliver refreshing and passionate music.”

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