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2 Cool 4 Skool
Dream" as the lead single. The group also promoted another track "We Are Bulletproof Pt.2" from the album together with the lead single. On May 21, 2013

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2013 single album by BTS2 Cool 4 SkoolSingle album by BTSReleasedJune 13, 2013 (2013-06-13)Recorded2013Genre
  • Hip hop
  • K-pop
Length27:13LanguageKoreanLabel
  • Big Hit
  • Loen
  • Pony Canyon[1]
Producer
  • Pdogg
  • "Hitman" Bang (co-producer)
BTS chronology 2 Cool 4 Skool
(2013) O!RUL8,2?
(2013) Singles from 2 Cool 4 Skool
  1. "No More Dream"
    Released: June 13, 2013
  2. "We Are Bulletproof pt. 2"
    Released: June 13, 2013

2 Cool 4 Skool is the debut single album by South Korean boy band BTS. It was released on June 12, 2013.[2] The single album consists of nine tracks including two hidden tracks, with "No More Dream" as the lead single. The group also promoted another track "We Are Bulletproof Pt.2" from the album together with the lead single.

Contents
  • 1 Background and release
  • 2 Music videos
  • 3 Promotions
  • 4 Commercial performance
  • 5 Track listing
  • 6 Personnel
  • 7 Charts
    • 7.1 Album
      • 7.1.1 Weekly charts
      • 7.1.2 Monthly chart
      • 7.1.3 Yearly chart
    • 7.2 Single
  • 8 Sales and certifications
  • 9 Release history
  • 10 See also
  • 11 References
  • 12 External links
Background and release

On May 21, 2013 Big Hit Entertainment launched a countdown clock[3] on BTS website and uploaded a debut trailer[4] on May 26 on YouTube in preparations for BTS' debut album, 2 Cool 4 Skool and comeback promotions. It featured hip-hop beat with requisite deep voice over raps with the caption "Finally BTS will make their debut!" which packs a punch for a debut trailer.[5] The image teasers of the confirmed members[6] as well as concept photo of the album[7] was then released on their official Facebook page. Big Hit Entertainment revealed the track list[8] for this upcoming album on their official Twitter account. They also released the design and details of the physical album which it will be accompanied with its photobook and postcard.[9] They later released the first teaser, revealing that "No More Dream" would be their title track.[10]

Music videos

The music video for "No More Dream" was released on June 12, 2013[11] ahead of BTS debut showcase. "No More Dream" dance version was later released on June 16, 2013[12] in the middle of the group's promotion on music programs. The music video for "We Are Bulletproof Pt.2" was then released on July 16, 2013[13] for the group's further follow-up promotions. All the dance was choreographed by Son Sungdeuk while both "No More Dream" and "We Are Bulletproof Pt.2" music videos were directed by Zanybros.[14]

Promotions

The group held a press conference and debut showcase on June 12, 2013, performing "No More Dream" and "We Are Bulletproof Pt.2",[15] marked their unofficial debut stage in South Korea music industry. BTS later made a successful debut stage on June 13[16] on Mnet's M Countdown marked the start of their promotion of the album on various South Korea music programs. Much later in 2015, BTS held a special concert[17] in support of the album. 2015 BTS Live Trilogy Episode I: BTS Begins was held for two days at Olympic Hall starting from March 28, 2015 with BTS performing songs from 2 Cool 4 Skool & O!RUL8,2? albums.

Commercial performance

BTS entered Billboard World Digital Songs for the first time with lead single, "No More Dream" at number 14[18] on June 29, 2013. The song stayed on the chart for three consecutive weeks. 2 Cool 4 Skool peaked at number 5[19] on week 31 Gaon Weekly Album Chart during "We Are Bulletproof Pt.2" promotion. After one and half month of its release, the album peaked at number 10[20] on July Gaon Monthly Album Chart. It was the sixty-fifth[21] best-selling album of South Korea Gaon Album Chart in 2013.

Track listing

All song credits are adapted from the Korea Music Copyright Association's database, unless otherwise noted.[22]

No.TitleWriter(s)ProducerLength1."Intro: 2 Cool 4 Skool" (featuring DJ Friz) Supreme Boi1:032."We Are Bulletproof Pt.2"
  • Pdogg
  • "Hitman" Bang
  • Supreme Boi
  • RM
  • Suga
Pdogg3:453."Skit: Circle Room Talk" Pdogg2:114."No More Dream"
  • Pdogg
  • "Hitman" Bang
  • RM
  • SUGA
  • J-Hope
  • Supreme Boi
Pdogg3:425."Interlude" Slow Rabbit0:526."좋아요" (Joayo / I Like It)
  • Slow Rabbit
  • RM
  • SUGA
  • J-Hope
Slow Rabbit3:517."Outro: Circle Room Cypher"
  • RM
  • J-Hope
  • SUGA
  • V
  • Jimin
  • Jungkook
  • Jin
  • Pdogg
Pdogg5:21Total length:20:44 .mw-parser-output .nobold{font-weight:normal}Physical albumNo.TitleWriter(s)ProducerLength8."Skit: On the Start Line"RM"hitman" bang2:339."길" (Gil / Path)
  • RM
  • J-Hope
  • SUGA
  • "hitman" bang
  • Pdogg
  • RM
  • J-Hope
  • SUGA
  • "hitman" bang
  • Pdogg
3:48Total length:27:13 Personnel
  • RM – leader, rapper, rapping, songwriter, chorus
  • Jin – vocalist
  • Suga – rapper, songwriter, recording
  • J-Hope – rapper, songwriter, lead choreographer
  • Jimin – vocalist
  • V – vocalist
  • Jungkook – vocal, rapper, chorus
  • Pdogg – producer, recording, keyboard, synthesizer, vocal and rap arrangement
  • "Hitman" Bang – producer, songwriter, executive producer

  • Slow Rabbit – producer, songwriter, recording, keyboard, synthesizer
  • Supreme Boi – producer, recording, keyboard, synthesizer, chorus
  • DJ Scratch – scratching
  • Yang Chang Won – mixing, recording
  • James F. Reynolds – mixing
  • Nam Young Woo – recording
  • Chris Gehringer – mixing
  • Choi Hyo Young – mixing

Charts Album Weekly charts Chart (2013) Position South Korea Gaon Album Chart[19] 5 Monthly chart Chart (2013) Peak
position South Korea Gaon Album Chart[20] 10 Yearly chart Chart Position South Korea 2013 Gaon Album Chart[23] 65 South Korea 2014 Gaon Album Chart[24] 106 South Korea 2015 Gaon Album Chart[25] 96 South Korea 2016 Gaon Album Chart[26] 90 South Korea 2017 Gaon Album Chart[27] 98 South Korea 2018 Gaon Album Chart[28] 85 Single Billboard World Digital Songs (2013)[18] Peak
position "No More Dream" 14

Sales and certifications Chart Sales South Korea (Gaon) 188,681+[29] Release history Country Date Format Label South Korea June 12, 2013 CD, digital download
  • Big Hit Entertainment
  • LOEN Entertainment
Various Digital download See also
  • List of K-pop songs on the Billboard charts
  • New artist awards received by BTS
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External links
  • ibighit "No More Dream" Music Video
  • ibighit "We Are Bulletproof Pt.2" Music Video
  • v
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BTS
  • Jin
  • Suga
  • J-Hope
  • RM
  • Jimin
  • V
  • Jungkook
Studio albumsKorean
  • Dark & Wild
  • Wings
  • Love Yourself: Tear
Japanese
  • Wake Up
  • Youth
  • Face Yourself
Extended plays
  • O!RUL8,2?
  • Skool Luv Affair
  • The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Part 1
  • The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Part 2
  • Love Yourself: Her
  • Map of the Soul: Persona
Compilation albums
  • The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever
  • Love Yourself: Answer
Soundtracks
  • BTS World: Original Soundtrack
Single albums
  • 2 Cool 4 Skool
Singles
  • "I Need U"
  • "Run"
  • "Fire"
  • "Save Me"
  • "Blood Sweat & Tears"
  • "Spring Day"
  • "Not Today"
  • "DNA"
  • "Mic Drop"
  • "Don't Leave Me"
  • "Fake Love"
  • "Idol"
  • "Airplane Pt. 2"
  • "Boy with Luv"
  • "Dream Glow"
  • "A Brand New Day"
  • "All Night"
  • "Heartbeat"
  • "Lights"
Featured singles
  • "Waste It on Me"
Other songs
  • "Serendipity"
  • "Euphoria"
  • "Singularity"
  • "Epiphany"
  • "Persona"
  • "Make It Right"
  • "Home"
  • "Dionysus"
Concert tours
  • The Red Bullet Tour
  • The Most Beautiful Moment in Life On Stage Tour
  • The Wings Tour
  • Love Yourself World Tour
Campaigns
  • Love Myself
Filmography
  • Run BTS!
  • Burn the Stage: The Movie
  • Love Yourself in Seoul
  • Bring the Soul: The Movie
Related articles
  • Albums discography
  • Singles discography
  • Awards and nominations
  • Videography
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