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BTS: Jungkook Announces His Solo Album And ARMY Is Ready To Paint Everything ‘Golden’ – News18


Curated By: Dishya Sharma

Last Updated: October 03, 2023, 21:22 IST

BTS singer Jungkook announces solo album, Golden.

BTS singer Jungkook announces his solo album, Golden. The album releases in November.

BTS singer Jungkook announced his first solo album Golden. The singer’s agency BigHit Music issued a statement on Tuesday night revealing that the singer is ready to take the music charts by storm with his solo album. The Golden Maknae’s new album is set to drop in November and also revealed the name of the album is. The title has a sweet connection with to the nickname he was given by Kim Namjoon aka BTS leader RM. BigHit revealed the album is titled ‘Golden.’

The album is inspired by his ‘golden memories’. The agency also revealed that the album will feature 11 songs, including his recent hits Seven and 3D.

Read BigHit Music’s statement below:

Hello.

This is BIGHIT MUSIC.

We are excited to announce the release of BTS member Jung Kook’s solo album “GOLDEN.”

“GOLDEN” is an album inspired by the golden moments of Jung Kook, the golden maknae of BTS and a solo artist.

The album features a total of 11 tracks, including the previously released digital singles “Seven (feat. Latto)” and “3D (feat. Jack Harlow)”.

Jung Kook will be delivering special stage performances and making various appearances alongside the release of “GOLDEN.” Please stay tuned and continue to support Jung Kook as he embarks on his first solo album journey.

*Pre-Order Dates: From 11 AM, Wednesday, October 4, 2023 (KST)

*Release Date: 1 PM, Friday, November 3, 2023 (KST)

The news has got fans excited. Here are a few reactions:

Jungkook has been having a great time on the music front in recent weeks. He topped the charts with his first solo track Seven (feat. Latto). The music video starred popular South Korean actress Han So-hee. Last week, Jungkook dropped 3D (feat. Jack Harlow) and has everyone grooving to his tunes.





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