Jimin, a member of BTS, has revealed his upcoming solo album, “Face,” which will be released on March 24 through Big Hit Music. Jimin’s first full-length solo project was announced in a brief video clip. The name of the record, which is said to be a reference to “Jimin facing himself head-on as he gets ready for his next steps,” was also disclosed. According to the notice, special fan events would be held during the record release week. The collection is available for pre-order starting February 22 at 9 p.m. EST.
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Jimin initially hinted at the album earlier this month during a live Weverse broadcast. Jimin previously worked with BigBang member Taeyang on the song “Vibe,” which served as Jimin’s first official release following BTS’s announcement that they would discontinue group releases to give the K-pop stars more time to concentrate on solo projects. Additionally, on the tracks “Lie,” “Serendipity,” and “With You” from the soundtrack to the TvN drama “Our Blues,” Jimin has previously performed solo.
The most recent members to release full-length solo albums are RM and j-hope. In contrast, Jin and Coldplay released “The Astronaut,” Jungkook collaborated with Charlie Puth on “Left and Right,” and they both performed “Dreamers” for the opening ceremony of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.