BTS Is Here to Remind Us That Things Get Better

BTS is here for you

The month of September is all about mental health awareness and focusing on having safe conversations around our well-being. RADIO.COM's I’m Listening live broadcast arrives September 23 and will feature conversations with prominent figures across music, sports, and entertainment. Listen as artists and athletes share glimpses of their own experiences with mental health and use the power of talk to save lives.

As we lead up to our September 23 broadcast we are revisiting extraordinary conversations around mental health and sharing moments where artists have allowed us to feel like it's okay not to be okay.

Aside from providing us with bop after bop, BTS is here to impart an important message about mental health upon us.

The K-pop band feels strongly about the idea that things will get better if you can make small positive changes. Sometimes mental health struggles come with a feeling of being overwhelmed, but BTS wants us to know that taking the time and making small changes often create a world of difference on the road to feeling better.

Through their career, the band has always been vocal about advocating for positive conversations around mental health and promoting the idea that talking about mental health moments has the power to save so many lives. The boys of BTS envision an environment where it is safe, accepted, and empowering to ask for help.

The K-pop icons have also used their fantastically large platform to remind fans that no matter what one looks like or acts like on the outside they still may be dealing with something internally.

BTS is advocating for the mental well being of young people and K-pop stans around the world.

More details for the live I'm Listening broadcast will be unveiled on September 9.

Join us on Wednesday, September 23 for I’m Listening - an evening filled with support, compassion, and community - right here and on the RADIO.COM app.

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