Top 10 Underrated BTS Songs That Should Be On ARMY’s Playlist
Almost all the songs by BTS are popular and well known, there are some songs that are underrated and have not gotten much recognition. BTS has made history by giving out multiple hits, breaking records, topping global charts, and becoming the world’s best K-pop group getting achievements every day. Some of their underrated and lesser-known songs deserve to be in the spotlight and added to the ARMY’s playlists.
Here’s a list of all the hidden gems from BTS tracks which you might have missed!
Paradise is the fifth track from their album Love Yourself: Tear. This is an upbeat, uplifting song, describing dreams. A track about how it is okay to not have dreams, that it’s not necessary to have dreams to be happy and successful and focus on being happy.
Pied Piper (2017)
Pied Piper is a track with upbeat music and vocals on admonition to their fans. The 2017 track talks about the common behavior of K-pop fandoms.
We On (2013)
A hip hop upbeat track, a roast track from 2013. This track is their first of talking about their haters and naysayers, where the members are openly speaking to their haters and saying that it doesn’t matter what you say.
Spine Breaker (2014)
BTS is well-known for addressing social issues through their songs, Where they talk about income inequality in this century. Released in the Skool Luv Affair album, its talks about the parents who have to work hard for their children.
Produced, written, and composed by the member’s RM, Suga and J-Hope is an unofficial track released in 2018 on their fifth anniversary. The rap line produced song is another one of their songs to directly made to oppose their haters and critique.
Am I wrong (2016)
A track that again speaks about the societal issues released in the Wings album in 2018. It describes all the wrong that is there in the social and political Korean elite societies.
00.00 zero o’clock (2020)
The track is the thirteenth track, a sweet and gentle, from BTS’ 2020 album ‘MAP OF THE SOUL: 7. Sung by the subunit Jin, Jimin, Jungkook, and V. It relies on a sweet message that everyone goes through hardships during the day, but don’t be worries as at the end of the day it’s zero hours.
Let Go (2018)
Let Go is a Japanese song from their Face Yourself Album in 2018. This underrated song is bittersweet with beautiful and emi=otional vocals talking about the internal struggle of holding on and letting go.
A track from their first album Dark and wild. One of BTS’s earliest jazz songs talks about the greyness and gloom on a rainy day. A kind of melancholy and sad track talking about mundane, monotonous, and repetitive everyday lives.
So Far Away (2016)
Written by Suga AKA Agust D, the mixtape talks about the existential struggle of everyone when living without a dream. Attention is on the depression and social anxiety is perfectly captured by the rappers.
These are a must have tracks in your playlist. Which one from the list have you heard of before?