BTS member Kim Namjoon released a solo album on Monday under the name of RM (formerly Rap Monster). The album titled monkey., It can be found on the BTS Soundcloud page, as well as on streaming platforms such as Spotify. Twitter fans celebrating the individual launch.
Namjoon is a South Korean rapper and producer, considered to be the leader of BTS. With the group, Namjoon has had international success, including two No. 1 albums on the Billboard top 200 chart, according to Forbes. With a large fan base dedicated to both BTS and Namjoon himself, his album has been greeted with rapid applause from the K-pop corner of the Internet and beyond. The album was a trending topic on Twitter just a few hours after its launch and has been celebrated by fans for its related content.
"Namjoon just has a way of expressing himself that makes me feel like I can do whatever I want as long as I do not give up," shared a Twitter user. "Monkey will be my playlist now that I do not feel very motivated."
Many fans felt that the album is dedicated to the fans and the love that Namjoon has for its listeners. "All the songs in monkey were made for your comfort, Joon made monkey because he knows he can not be physically there to comfort each army, so he gave us all his hugs, kisses on the forehead, giggles and handshakes in the form of monkey. "A shared user.
Namjoon released his first solo album, the same name as RM, in 2015. He has collaborated with artists such as Wale and MFBTY and worked with Marvel to produce a song for Fantastic four, according to All Kpop.
The boyband rapper revealed that he was working on "RM 2" in March and mocked a clip of the album, according to Billboard. The clip was of the song now published "Seoul". The song is an optimistic and atmospheric hip-hop song.
Namjoon and BTS have started a campaign of self-love called "Love Myself", whose goal is to encourage their fans to practice self-acceptance. The movement is parallel to the two albums of the band that play with the title. Love yourself. BTS appeared at a UN Youth event in late September, where Namjoon delivered a speech on the importance of self-esteem, News and Tribune reported on September 24.
"It does not matter who you are, where you are from, your skin color, your gender identity, just talk, find your name, find your voice when speaking for yourself," Namjoon said. BTS appeared at the event to help launch the Unlimited Generation initiative of the UN.