On April 3, 2022, BTS will perform at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards in Las Vegas. The band claims to be devoting time to solo projects. The seven-piece band, known for classics like “Butter” and “Dynamite,” spoke about their future in a video released on June 14 to commemorate their debut album’s ninth anniversary.
BTS, the global superstars, have announced that they will be focusing on solo projects. Still, the corporation behind the trailblazing K-pop group has stated that they will not be taking a sabbatical.
In a video released Tuesday to commemorate the ninth anniversary of their debut release, the seven-member group with hits like “Butter” and “Dynamite” talked about their future. They’ve recently launched a three-disc set.
As they sat down for a group supper, band member Suga asked if they should discuss why they were going on sabbatical. They talked about how COVID-19 had disrupted their touring and music releases, as well as what they believed about their respective artistic aspirations.
The group spoke in Korean, and the term “hiatus” appeared in the video’s English subtitles.
Yet To Come
According to AP News, BTS will continue to collaborate on projects as a group as well as individually, according to a statement from Hybe, the South Korean entertainment firm behind them. “BTS will not be taking a break. Members will be concentrating on solo projects at this time, according to the statement.
J-Hope, RM, Suga, Jungkook, V, Jin, and Jimin, the members of J-Hope, RM, Suga, Jungkook, V, Jin, and Jimin, discussed the battle to develop as individual artists within the K-pop genre.
“The problem with K-pop and the idol system, in general, is that it doesn’t allow you to mature,” RM explained. During the discussion, some of the group members appeared to be crying.
V recounted a chat with J-Hope in which they discussed how working on solo projects might help the band’s “synergy.” Suga expressed enthusiasm for experimenting with other genres.
To their fans, Jung Kook said, “We’re individually going to take some time to have fun and experience a lot of things.” “We pledge that when we return, we will be even more mature than we are now.”