BTS’s Suga Brings ARMYs To Tears With Emotional Ending Of His “AMYGDALA” Performance On Solo Tour
BTS‘s Suga just kicked off his first solo world tour at Belmont Park in New York, and performed over 20 songs, including tracks from his two mixtapes, full album, and some of BTS’s hits.
On his tour, the artistry of BTS’s Suga and his creative moniker, Agust D, meet.
As Suga has described before, he’s used his alter ego to express raw stories and heavier emotions than he typically expresses as Suga.
The difference is that there is a lot more that I can openly express and that I can show a more raw side to myself [with Agust D]. What’s similar is that both sing of dreams and hope.
— BTS’s Suga
On his recently released album, D-DAY, also released under Agust D, Suga details the struggles he’s overcome in his song “AMYGDALA.”
The lyrics open up about his traumatic shoulder injury that occurred after he was hit by a car while working his delivery job as a trainee. At the time, he told his fellow members and his company that he had fallen down the stairs, not wanting to miss his opportunity to debut.
He also revealed emotional and heartbreaking moments he silently experienced, including his mother’s heart surgery and his father’s liver cancer diagnosis.
His pain played out in a raw and emotional way in the song’s music video, and many wondered how a potential stage would look should he perform the song on his SUGA | Agust D D-DAY world tour.
“AMYGDALA” did make Suga’s world tour setlist, and the introspective idol performed the song thoughtfully and emotionally, making many ARMYs tear up who attended the first show of his tour.
For his “AMYGDALA” stage, Suga stood high on a small platform, surrounded by fire.
the stage really went from a full ass stage to a single panel surrounded by fire while yoongi sings amygdala.. tears everywhere 🙁 pic.twitter.com/s5FKuw3NfO
— hani⁷ ♡ (@itsbtszone) April 27, 2023
ARMYs picked up on his stage’s hidden meanings, appreciating how he expressed his feelings artistically through the stage design.
amygdala. last song. performed on the last panel. he’s making use of the final part of himself. pic.twitter.com/FdZvwEvZ5g
— army film club (@0613frames) April 27, 2023
the stage for amygdala ??! i have goosebumps. pic.twitter.com/HDXSOLPOLu
— hani⁷ ♡ (@itsbtszone) April 27, 2023
While ARMYs were already feeling emotional, the end of Suga’s “AMYGDALA” stage nearly guaranteed tears as Suga lay down on the stage, only to be carried away by dancers as he remained motionless until he was out of sight backstage.
#AMYGDALA #SUGA_AgustD_TOUR pic.twitter.com/YFlehUImIn
— 𝗦𝗨𝗚𝗔 민윤기 (@_BTS_SugAgustD) April 27, 2023
THE BACKUP DANCERS CARRIED HIM ALL THE WAY BACKSTAGE #SUGA_AgustD_TOUR_in_NewYork #SUGA_AgustD_TOUR_in_BelmontPark#SUGA_AgustD_TOUR_in_NY#AgustD_SUGA_Tour#SUGA_AgustD_TOUR #SUGA #AgustD #슈가 pic.twitter.com/wPUwY8JJaB
— bts memeories⁷ (@btsmemeories) April 27, 2023
the dancers carried yoongi's body at the end of amygdala! Tears everywhere#AgustD_SUGA_Tour#SUGA_AgustD_TOUR#D_DAY_TOUR#SUGA_AgustD_TOUR_in_NewYorkpic.twitter.com/qLVDngyO5v
— rawan ⁷ | D-Day tour (@eternalstarjjk) April 27, 2023
Suga’s beautiful performance had ARMYs feeling proud of all he’s overcome to stand on stage at a sold-out show on his first solo world tour.
😭💜 I hope he’s so effin’ proud. You did it, Yoongi!!! 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 https://t.co/n0girCQpl5
— April Dalaman⁷ (@AprilDalaman) April 27, 2023
this amygdala performance was honestly beautiful with how armys were going with each flow singing and rapping with him, if i could just tell him how fucking proud i am of him no words can describe it
— farah⁷ | D-DAY🥢 (@hoyasrespect) April 27, 2023
the fact that he’s able to perform songs like the last and amygdala live show he’s in a warmer place and just makes him the strongest person i know i’m so proud of him
— 🥢 (@2jihope) April 27, 2023
Although Suga is solo on the road, he is still bringing his members along with him. Learn more about that in the article below!
BTS’s Suga Takes His Members With Him Even When He Tours Solo, And Now ARMYs Are In Their Feels