Big Hit Music issues apology for using wrong download link during BTS’ J-Hope’s album listening party

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Big Hit Music, the agency associated with the popular K-pop band, BTS, issued an apology a few days ago on social media. This happened soon after the release of BTS member J-hope’s album ‘Hope On The Street Vol. 1’s special listening party.

For the unversed, an official Stationhead listening party for the same was held on March 29, 2024. However, the download link shown during the listening party turned out to be wrong. This is because this particular link took the users to buy “FRI(END)S” by BTS’ V instead of “NEURON” by J-hope.

The official apology

Big Hit Music took swift action in response to numerous complaints, expressing sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused. They have addressed the issue, attributing the incorrect link to a technical error which has been promptly rectified. Furthermore, they regret any confusion stemming from an erroneous schedule image.

In their statement, Big Hit Music also reassured fans that they are committed to implementing proactive measures to prevent such mishaps from occurring in the future. They have also extended an invitation for fans to continue supporting. Meanwhile, here is a look at the official statement:

“We express our sincerest apologies for presenting an incorrect download link during yesterday’s Stationhead listening party. Stationhead confirmed and corrected a technical mapping error, but we deeply apologize for the inconvenience. We also express our deepest regret for posting a schedule image with an error.

Moving forward, we will make utmost efforts to put forth preventative measures in advance. We extend our cordial invitation once more to join us in celebrating and supporting j-hope’s new album, ‘Hope On The Street Vol. 1’.”

J-Hope’s new album

The release of ‘Hope On The Street Vol. 1’ is a highly anticipated moment for J-hope, showcasing his multifaceted talents as a rapper, singer-songwriter, and dancer. The title track, “NEURON,” holds special significance, serving as a reflection of J-hope’s deep roots in the dance scene and his personal journey as an artist.

Featuring a total of six tracks, the album boasts collaborations with esteemed artists such as Gaeko, Yoon Mi Rae, Jungkook, Benny Blanco, Nile Rogers, and Huh Yunjin of LE SSERAFIM. Each song provides a unique window into j-hope’s artistic vision and expansive musical versatility.