Hip hop/R&B boy group B.A.P is set to release their first ever DVD. The DVD release will be a behind the scenes look at the group’s trip to the U.S. with an aim of showing off a different side to the charismatic group.
B.A.P’s agency, TS Entertainment, has revealed that “We will be releasing ‘B.A.P 1st Adventure: 10,000 Miles in America.’ This will showcase their journey through the U.S, which was the first stop in their B.A.P Live On Earth Pacific Tour this past May.” The agency has revealed that the DVD release will contain behind the scenes footage of the filming for the music videos for their three title songs from their latest album, “Badman.”
The DVD will showcase the members traveling to various U.S cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Washington D.C., and New York during their two week stay in the U.S. to record the music videos for “Badman,” “Coffee Shop,” and “Hurricane.
The DVD is hotly anticipated amongst fans as it is set to provide an up-close and personal showing of the B.A.P members. The DVD release will contain two discs and a 100 page photo book.
As their first ever DVD release since their debut, the DVD will focus on a side of B.A.P that hasn’t been seen in the charismatic stage performances and msuic videos, with the release being called “A non scripted reality show” that will try to portray a more personal side to the B.A.P members. It comes out September 10.