BTS Confirms Transfer To Universal Music Group From Columbia Records

BTS has confirmed that they will be leaving Sony Music’s Columbia Records and have inked a new deal with Universal Music Group for distribution and marketing within the United States and other regions. After a three-year partnership with Columbia Records, the group’s agency HYBE confirmed the move in a statement to the Wall Street Journal, “While we greatly appreciate our time with Sony and will forever be grateful for all they have done and will continue to do, we look forward to our new chapter in partnership with Universal.” Meanwhile, BTS’ schedule is packed for the last quarter of 2021, with their online digital concert, “PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE” airing today, October 24 for fans all over the world. They will also be holding 4 live shows titled “PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE IN LA” at the SoFi Stadium on November 27 and 28 and December 1 and 2, marking the group’s first in-person shows in 2 years! Most recently announced, BTS will be opening this year’s 102.7 KIIS FM’s Jingle Ball concert set to take place on December 3 at The Forum in Los Angeles. You can also catch BTS on “IN THE SOOP BTS VERSION: Season 2” currently airing on Weverse!

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