BTS’ Jimin set to make his official solo debut on March 24
"Face" is going to be the first official solo album from Jimin since his debut in 2013 as a member of BTS.
BTS’ Jimin is all set to make his official solo debut in March!
BTS’ agency Big Hit Music announced earlier this week that Jimin will drop a new solo album titled “Face” on March 24, taking his first step as a solo musician.
“Face” is the first official solo album from Jimin since his debut in 2013 as a member of BTS.
“Face” will be an album that shares Jimin’s story of facing himself before embarking on a new journey as a solo artist, the agency said in a statement.
With “Face”, Jimin is set to portray his musical universe and unique talents through his charming vocals and smooth performances.
The album will feature six songs in total.
Ahead of its release, the singer has shared the complete tracklist for the record in a graphic unveiling the song titles and collaborators featured notes relating to the album’s themes.
The track list of “Face-off,” includes “Interlude: Dive,” the title song “Like Crazy,” “Alone,” the pre-release track “Set Me Free Pt. 2,” and the English version of “Like Crazy.”
For those unserved, Jimin’s first solo single “Lie” was included on the act’s second LP “Wings.”
27-year-old BTS member went on to unveil “Serendipity,” “Filter” and the duet “Friend” performed with his bandmate V.
“Friend” was later used in the 2021 Marvel movie “Eternals”.
“Friend” also become the first K-pop song to be featured in the superhero series.