BTS are hot like summer in third concept photos ahead of ‘Butter’ CD single release on July 9

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Following the release of their second chart-topping English single Butter‘, BTS is gearing up for the release of their CD single release which features another new track that the septet has been teasing about lately. However, the group remains tightlipped about the song title but the hints suggest the song is called ‘Permission To Dance’. After releasing the two versions of concept photos, BTS has dropped the third version of the concept photos on June 29 and well, the concepts get bolder and sexier.

BTS are hot like summer in third concept photos ahead of 'Butter' CD single release on July 9

In the new concept photos, RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook embrace the summer vibe in denims, overalls, white tank tops setting the bar too high for casuals. But, interestingly, the concept is car washing at gas station, something which we have watched in movies, but literally, no one predicted BTS would imbibe this vibe. They are definitely ‘hot like summer’.

Meanwhile, BTS’ dance-pop anthem ‘Butter’, which released on May 21, is at No. 1 on the Hot 100 chart for five consecutive weeks, making BTS the first Asian act in history to achieve this milestone. The group has broken the tie with Aerosmith and surpassed their 23-year-old record with the track ‘I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing’.

It becomes the group’s longest-leading No. 1 hit, surpassing the three-week run of Dynamite‘. BTS has dropped one instrumental and three remixes of ‘Butter’ – Hotter Remix, followed by Sweeter and Cooler remixes. The group is basking in the glory of their latest English single ‘Butter’ which has been topping the Billboard Hot 100 charts for four consecutive weeks. ‘Butter’ single CD will be released in two versions – Peaches and Cream. The new track details are yet to be announced officially. It releases on July 9, 2021.

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