Fresh from their huge announcement on July 27 about the nearing release, BTS spills the title of their new English record. The highly-anticipated detail reveal was done on Big Hit Entertainment's official Twitter account.

The caption contains hashtags #BTS, #방탄소년단, and #BTS_Dynamite.

The South Korean entertainment agency's tweet comes with a photo that writes 'Dynamite' in a bold and circular font. The writing is styled up colorfully in a baby pink background, according to Billboard.

BTS' V LIVE Announcement

On July 27, the 'Boy With Luv' band, consisting of RM, J-hope, Suga, V, Jin, Jimin, and Jungkook, officiated an audio V LIVE broadcast to share the exciting news of their upcoming English track.

"We have prepared a new single for ARMY, set for August 21," the boys started off the announcement.

Even though BTS did not officially reveal the track's title, they set the fans' anticipation that the song will be in English.

'Dynamite' will come along in a modern beat, somehow alike to their Steve Aoki collaboration tracks' Waste It On Me' and 'MIC Drop.' The pop superstars also mentioned that they already had recorded the song's guide version ad described it as "totally new and fresh," Cheat Sheet reported.

'Dynamite' is COVID-19 inspired

The forthcoming track release of BTS is purposely made and composed to uplift and enliven their ARMYs from across the globe. It sings of encouragement and hopes message to anyone who is struggling with life due to the coronavirus.

The South Korean septet also made known that the song is their "breakthrough" during this discorded time.

Previously, BTS, together with Big Hit Entertainment, donated $1 million to Crew Nation. The donation is in full support of the band in helping the concert and show staff who lost their job due to the cancellations of events this year.

Check out BTS and Big Hit Entertainment announcement below.