BTS’s Suga “Exposes” The Downside Of Playing His Music For His Fellow Members

He has one “issue” with their feedback 😂

BTS‘s Suga is currently promoting his first full-length solo album, D-DAY, but he continues to prove that even if BTS is focusing on their solo promotions, they still go to each other when they need opinions, help, or support.

(From left:) BTS’s V, Suga, Jin, Jungkook, RM, Jimin, and J-Hope | Weverse

Suga has released solo music before, dropping two past mixtapes under his creative moniker Agust D. However, this time, he’s taken ARMYs behind the scenes of his solo release preparations like never before.

Before he released his new music, he showed fans a new side of himself by hosting his own talk show on YouTube, Suchwita, where he interviews fellow celebrities and discusses life, music, his creative process, and more. 

For his talk show, he also enlisted the help of his fellow members, as Jimin joined him as a special guest, and RM joined him twice.

BTS’s RM (left) and Suga (right) on the set of “Suchwita” | @agustd/Instagram

When working on his solo music, he also had help from the BTS members, but not in the way he expected.

In his recent interview with Rolling Stone, he confirmed that he played the D-DAY album for his fellow members before it was finished while hilariously exposing how their attempts at giving feedback.

BTS’s Jimin (left) and Suga (right) on the set of “Suchwita” | @agustd/Instagram

The other members don’t really give me feedback. They do, but their feedback feels like what the people at Disney said to me once they heard my music. They just say something like, ‘Wow, the album is sick!’

— BTS’s Suga

While it’s often difficult to pass up a compliment, Suga believes his group mates’ kind words aren’t all they seem.

I can’t really feel certain that it’s objective, so I try to rely on external feedback. The members always tell me it’s good. If I show them something that’s not good, they won’t tell me that it’s not good.

— BTS’s Suga

| @agustd/Instagram

He forever appreciates his fellow members’ support, even if he doesn’t know how to feel about their feedback.

I always appreciate them though. They motivate me and give me courage.

— BTS’s Suga

Check out more about BTS Suga’s creative process in the article below!

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Source: Rolling Stone


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