South Korean band BTS, or Bangtan Boys, has signed a new record deal with Def Jam Records in Japan and is set to treat its fans to new material with the launch of the Japanese version of its hit song “Blood, Sweat & Tears” on May 10 this year.

“We are thrilled to welcome BTS to the Def Jam family. It’s remarkable how they have established a strong career in such a short period of time, and we wish them more successes in the years to come,” the label’s General Manager Faisel Durrani said in a statement Friday, Allkpop reported.

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Def Jam Records is owned by Universal Music Group, and its U.S. branch boasts of top league artists like Kanye West, Justin Bieber, Iggy Azalea, Alesso, amongst others. 

Previously, BTS worked under Pony Records in Japan. Even though Def Jam will be handling the band’s activities in Japan, Big Hit Entertainment — the band’s South Korean label — will remain in charge of its promotions.

The K-pop band, which is currently on the North American part of its world tour — “2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III The Wings Tour.” The band will tour Japan, as a part of the same tour, starting May 30 with performances in Osaka, soon after the release of the Japanese version of their hit song.

BTS released its latest album “Wings: You Never Walk Alone” in February this year and has been in the limelight for smashing numerous national and international records, including the highest number of copies sold in the month of February on Gaon’s monthly album charts for K-pop artists.

BTS’ latest repackaged album also broke into Billboards charts and took the top spot on the iTunes album charts in 13 countries,  reports showed , with “Spring Day” becoming the first song by a K-Pop group to feature in the top 10 songs of the iTunes chart in the United States.