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BTS' Jimin reveals tracklist for second solo album ‘MUSE’

BTS' member Jimin's sophomore solo album will hit the streams on July 19

By Web Desk
June 21, 2024
Jimin made his solo debut with a single, Promise, in 2018
Jimin made his solo debut with a single, 'Promise,' in 2018

Jimin from BTS revealed the highly anticipated track list of his sophomore album, MUSE.

Billboard confirmed on Thursday, June 20, that the seven-song track list, scheduled to hit the streams on July 19, featured the introductory song Rebirth and Interlude: Showtime.

In addition to the intro song, the other five tracks include Smeraldo Garden Marching Band featuring Loco, Slow Dance featuring Sofia Carson, Be Mine, Who, and Closer Than This, released in December.

The 28-year-old South Korean singer and rapper contributed in writing six out of seven of the songs.

This seven-song second solo album follows Jimin’s debut solo album, FACE. The 2023 album scored second place on the Billboard 200 chart.

Meanwhile, Jimin made his solo debut with Promise. Five years after the 2018 single, he became the first South Korean soloist to top the Billboard Hot 100 chart with Like Crazy.

The Set Me Free crooner is set to release his new album amid his mandatory military service, in which he was enlisted in December 2023.

Recently, BTS members took a special leave from their duties and reunited to welcome Jin, the first and oldest member of the iconic band, to complete his 18 months of mandatory service.