BTS rapper Suga has introduced particulars of his debut solo album, D-Day, which follows his earlier two mixtapes, Agust D and D-2.
Like these mixtapes, which have been launched in 2016 and 2020, respectively, the brand new album shall be launched beneath Suga’s different moniker, Agust D.
D-Day will present the finale of the trilogy began on the mixtapes and can delve “into the non-public journey of Suga as Agust D, providing an intimate portrayal of his life as an artist,” in line with an announcement on the fan neighborhood platform Weverse.
Suga participated within the songwriting and producing of the album, which shall be launched at 12am ET on April 21. Will probably be preceded by a pre-release monitor, which is able to arrive at 12am ET on April 7.
Talking about what would change into D-Day in June 2022 to Weverse Journal, Suga stated he was “working exhausting on a follow-up to D-2.” Discussing his progress as a producer, he added: “Currently, I’ve been excited about how I don’t know what sort of music I ought to do after I become old and that possibly I ought to strive just a few totally different kinds now. I believe that is each a blessing and a curse, however I believe that whereas I’m in a position to work in varied genres, I’m unsure any of them are that deep. That’s why I attempt to use many various kinds, and after I’m selling my very own materials, I put in loads of issues I like, like surprises and twists.”
In addition to the brand new album, Suga may also quickly share a brand new Disney+ documentary titled Highway To D-Day. Following the star on a highway journey throughout cities like Seoul, San Francisco, Tokyo, and Las Vegas, it would see him looking for “inspiration within the type of new sounds and experiences,” in line with a press launch.
No launch date has been confirmed at current, however the documentary will “showcase Suga and his spectacular skillset, giving viewers an intimate look into the lifetime of one of many world’s greatest stars.”
On April 26, in the meantime, the rapper will change into the primary member of BTS to embark on a solo tour. The dates will kick off that day in New York, with a run throughout the US set to observe. Additional dates will then happen in Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, South Korea, and Japan.
Suga would be the fifth member of BTS to launch solo music. J-hope was first with Jack In The Field in July 2022, which he then adopted with the one “On The Road” in February 2023. In October 2022, Jin shared the Coldplay-assisted single “The Astronaut,” and two months later, RM launched his album Indigo.
Final month, Jimin shared his debut album FACE alongside the one “Like Loopy,” which has now change into the primary monitor by a Korean soloist to prime the Billboard Scorching 100.
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