Jin will be the following BTS part to deliver solo music, the artist declared during the band’s for nothing “On the way” show in South Korea on Saturday.
Jin made sure to save the subtleties on names and dates, yet he expressed there was a single he made in collaboration “with someone that I’d always really liked,” as per a translation.
“It’s not a huge album or anything, it’s just a single,” he confirmed. “I’ve filmed a lot different things recently, and there’s still a lot left to film, so I hope you’ll enjoy all of it.”
The collaboration will be his first solitary release since BTS reported that its seven members — Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook — would be taking a break prior this June.
The weekend event, which was live-streamed in partnership with Weverse (the fan platform worked by the band’s management group Hybe Entertainment), rounded up around 49 million views in support of Busan’s offered to host the 2030 World Expo.
Likewise during the concert, band members reassured fans about the approaching break with J-Hope expressing, “I think we’re in a phase where we need your trust.”
RM also echoed, “All seven members have the same thoughts right now. We will continue to make and perform music if you give us your trust.”
In the past three years, Jin has shared a few solo singles including 2019’s “Tonight,” 2020’s “Abyss” and last year’s “Yours” and “Super Tuna.” He is the second member of BTS to release solo music after the band declared that it would be enjoying some time off to focus on individual careers.
Following the fresh insight about the break, J-Hope uncovered his own solo album “Jack in the Box,” through BTS’s label Big Hit Music, and furthermore made a historic festival appearance at Lollapalooza, becoming the first South Korean artist to feature a main stage at a large-scale American music festival.