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BTS' Jimin to make solo comeback with second album

By Yoniel Acebuche Published Jun 18, 2024 11:25 am

ARMY, rejoice! BTS member Jimin is releasing his second solo album next month.

According to a report by Korean Entertainment website Soompi, BIGHIT Music, the group's agency, said that Jimin's upcoming project will tell the idol's journey "in search of the source of his inspiration."

"Following his first solo album, FACE, where he sought to explore his true identity, MUSE documents his journey in search of the source of his inspiration," it said.

"We ask for your continued love and support for Jimin’s second solo album, MUSE," it added.

BIGHIT Music said MUSE will feature seven tracks, including his fan-dedicated song titled Closer Than This, which was released in December 2023.

The pre-order period for the album starts on Tuesday, June 18.

Dropping a 27-second teaser video for Jimin's solo project on X, BIGHIT Music said that MUSE is set to be released on July 19, 1 p.m. KST (12 p.m., PH time).

Jimin, BTS' vocalist and main dancer, made his solo debut with the album FACE in March 2023.

The 28-year-old K-pop singer also collaborated with BigBang's Taeyang on the song Vibe, released in January 2023. The track entered the Billboard Hot 100 at no. 76 which, according to Billboard, marked the debut of both singers in the chart as soloists.

Jimin also took center stage with the release of his first solo documentary, Jimin's Production Diary, in October last year.