BTS’ RM Announced Details Of His Debut Solo ‘Indigo’. Following J-hope and Jin, the rapper and group’s leader will be the third member to present solo work this year.
On HYBE’s social networking site Weverse, RM posted the following announcement for “Indigo”: “Hello. Finally. My first record is going out as a result of you. For four years, I worked really hard to prepare.
It’s really different from my past job, and a lot of great pals are involved, he continued. Please help us till December 2.”
Label BIGHIT MUSIC said in a statement that “RM has previously provided fans with an honest insight into his world through two mixtapes. By working with different musicians, RM demonstrates a variety of music styles while sharing his open ideas and sentiments through “Indigo.”
The CD “recounts the incidents and experiences RM has gone through, like a journal,” according to a press statement.
The release of “Indigo” will occur on December 2 at 2 PM KST (5am GMT). Although it is RM’s first solo album, it comes after the artist’s two prior mixtapes, “RM” from 2015 and “mono” from 2018.
The record’s producer, RM, said about it in July: “I had pleasure working on music, I think it will be very different from’mono.'”
If “mono” served as my journal and archive for 2016 to 2018, then I believe this new album does the same for 2019 to 22.
BTS started concentrating on separate ventures earlier this year after celebrating their ninth anniversary. J-hope, a rapper, released his first solo album, “Jack In The Box,” in July. In a five-star review, NME said: “‘Jack In The Box’ takes the J-Hope the world has grown to know and love over the previous nine years and sets that figure alight. Thought-provoking and full of fresh new taste. However, a star that is apparently unstoppable and more exciting and fearsome than ever emerges from the ashes.
The Astronaut, a solo song by Jin that was co-written with Coldplay, was released last month. NME gave the song a four-star rating and wrote: “Vocally, this is the BTS star at his beguiling best, sinking his voice into a somewhat deeper range than typical for him. It’s a gesture that gives his intonation a new, velvety texture without sacrificing the emotion that is constantly audible in his singing.