The popularly known K-pop band BTS was formed in 2013. Since then the band is winning everyone’s heart not only by their melodious voice but also by giving a strong social message through the song. The Big Hit entertainment formed the band. It is a boy band comprising seven members.
The band is also known as Bangtan Boys, Bangtan Sonyeondan, Beyond the scene, and bulletproof Boy Scouts. It has a huge fan Following worldwide named as Army. BTS has managed to win several awards including the New Artist Of The Award. Recently it even got a nomination for the Grammy Award 2021. In 2013 BTS performed a song from an album titled ‘2 cool 4 Skool’ named ‘No More Dreams’.
BTS Net Worth 2021
BTS has a huge fan following in Japan and Korea. It’s even followed fans from other countries like India and China. As we know the first-ever album released by BTS was ‘ 2 cool 4 Skool’ in 2013 followed by a play titled O!RUL8,22.
As of now BTS Net Worth 2021 is estimated to be over $100 million. Each member of the band has amassed a net worth of around $12 million. Whereas Rap Monster and Suga have a net worth of around $15 Million. As they are the writer and producers of the song they sing they are paid a higher amount compared to the other 5 five members.
The main source of income of BTS is music. Ever since their formation in 2013, the band has released several albums that have earned them a huge sale. The band has managed to sell millions of copies of the albums released by them. Besides this, they have performed live in many concerts and shows which too earned them a huge income. They are working as brand ambassadors for many brands and organizations.
Each member gets a base salary of around $8 million a year. Each member owns an estimated 68,000 shares of the Big Hit Entertainment Company. BTS is the best-selling brand of South Korea. Its contribution to South Korea’s GDP was 0.3% in 2019 with a contribution of around $.4.5 million to the county’s economy.
Since its formation, the band has released several albums that include ‘ Love yourself’ , ‘Map of the soul’, ‘Be’, ‘Youth’, ‘Face Yourself’, and ‘Map of the soul: 7 -The Journey.
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