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BTS' rapper J-Hope to release mixtape next month

  • Published : Feb 23, 2018 - 09:59
  • Updated : Feb 23, 2018 - 09:59

J-Hope, a rapper from the K-pop boy band BTS, will release a mixtape next month, the group’s agency said Friday.

Big Hit Entertainment said the 24-year-old artist will put out a solo mixtape on March 2 for the first time since the group‘s debut in 2013. He will be the seven-strong act’s third artist to do so, after leader RM in 2015 and Suga in 2016.

J-Hope of BTS (Big Hit Entertainment)
A mixtape is a self-produced, experimental album that is released free of charge to share an artist‘s own musical taste and individuality.

J-Hope has been participating in songwriting and producing for the band’s songs, including “MIC Drop,” “Blood Sweat & Tears,” “I NEED YOU” and “Run.”(Yonhap)

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