BTS’s J-Hope Drops Even “MORE” Moody Concept Photos For Solo Album “Jack In The Box”
BTS‘s J-Hope promised we would see an “extremely dark, raw side” in his current projects, and he wasn’t kidding!
Recently, BIGHIT MUSIC confirmed that J-Hope would be the first BTS member to release a solo album after the announcement that the group would be taking time to focus on individual work. It is titled Jack In The Box.
This is BIGHIT MUSIC.
We would like to announce the release of ‘Jack In The Box,’ j-hope’s solo album. BTS has turned the page on their new chapter, throughout which the members will harmoniously carry out their group and individual activities. j-hope will be the first member of BTS to start this new journey and release his solo album.
j-hope’s solo album, as expressed in the title of the album ‘Jack In The Box,’ represents his aspirations to break the mold and grow further.
Starting with his pre-released track to be released on July 1st, diverse content to show j-hope’s creative identity as an artist will be introduced. Please stay tuned and we will continue to provide you with more details on the album.
We hope that you look forward to ‘Jack In The Box’ and send j-hope your love and support as he takes his first step as a solo artist.
Pre-released track release date: 1 PM, Friday, July 1, 2022 (KST)
Full tracks release date: 1 PM, Friday, July 15, 2022 (KST)
— BIGHIT MUSIC
Instead of the fun and bright jester J-Hope revealed in earlier concept photos, he opted for a much more dark and creepy approach for his first single, “MORE.”
It’s definitely giving horror film vibes!
We’ve definitely never seen J-Hope like this before, but we can’t help but fall in love with his new persona with that sharp gaze, all-black attire, and piercings!
Now, J-Hope has released the second set of concept photos for Jack In The Box, and it only continues to get creepier…
J-Hope appears to be rocking out in a garage, teasing what we can expect from his new sound. Possibly we will get a grunge rock style.
He’s not alone, though. J-Hope is accompanied by men with deformed faces…
In the rest of the photos, he appears in a completely opposite environment. Rather than a garage, he is crashing a corporate office space filled with workers.
So, we’re totally getting rebellious “fight the system” vibes, and we love it!
Check out ARMY reactions to J-Hope’s new dark persona below:
10+ ARMY Reactions To BTS J-Hope’s Dark “Jack In The Box” Concept That Are Too Real