RM Thinks ‘Yet to Come’ Shows BTS’ ‘Glory Days’ Are ‘Still Ahead’

On June 10, BTS released an anthology album called Proof. The album includes popular BTS hits, unreleased demos, and new songs. “Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)” is the album’s lead single. In an interview with Weverse Magazine, RM of BTS described what he thinks about “Yet to Come.”

RM of BTS at the 2022 Grammy Awards
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What RM thinks of BTS’ song ‘Yet to Come’

As the lead single on Proof, “Yet to Come” details BTS’ confidence that there are better days ahead for the group as they look in new directions as individuals.

Following the release of Proof, each member of BTS sat down for an interview with Weverse Magazine. In his interview with Weverse Magazine, RM described what he thinks of “Yet to Come.”

“I had something like ‘High Hopes’ in mind when I was first making ‘Yet To Come.’ It’s like a kind of wish: Yeah, that’s right. Our glory days aren’t now—they’re still ahead of us. I started making it thinking it would be a universal thing for us to sing about it, but I’m not sure how it’ll be received once the album comes out. I hope it takes on an allure of its own as it floats around between people,” he said.

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RM is taking time to reflect

For the time being, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook will be putting an emphasis on solo careers. Speaking with Weverse Magazine, RM updated fans on where he stands creatively.

“I don’t know these days. I think I need to try taking a step away from myself for a minute. I think that way I’ll know what the work I’m doing right now means to me and what it is to me. So now I’m worried if I’m just doing the things I’m given and if I’m losing myself in a way,” RM told Weverse Magazine.

He continued, “It was never my intention to live feeling this way, and I want to live an independent and active life, but now I’m starting to wonder if I’m living too passively because of the pandemic, and it’s unbearable. That includes how I felt at the Grammys, and I think I’ve hit a kind of wall.”

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The BTS rapper had a realization at the 2022 Grammy Awards

At the 2022 Grammy Awards, BTS were nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and performed their song “Butter.”

Speaking with Weverse Magazine, RM shared that he had a realization at the award show, saying:

“It’s something I felt when I looked at artists like Lady Gaga or H.E.R. who devote their entire lives to their music: We need a message so we can be sure and assert our own image, too. I think the performance of ‘Butter’ we put on at the Grammy Awards astonished people. It was unique. I think it’s time for us to move beyond astonishing people and think again about what kind of messages we can send people now. I had time to think at the hotel while we had our concert in Las Vegas: what I should do, what I should say. So I think now I need to focus and take a look at the clues in my hands and find the solution in there.”

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