It turned out to be an emotional night for J-Hope at the recently held MAMA Awards 2022. It was because this was the first time that Hobi attended the event in the absence of the rest of the members. Nevertheless, he did not show much emotion initially and walked the red carpet with swag and style. He was more than happy to wave at the Army and performed on some of his hit songs, including More, Arson, and Future.
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An emotional moment
However, the Army was quick to notice that J-Hope got emotional when he called Jin during his acceptance speech at the event. He also put Jin on speaker, who gave a shoutout to all the fans while stating that he will not be making any public appearances for a while. He also promised to make a comeback with some amazing music. To lighten up the moment, Jin and J-Hope also had a fun banter in between when he asked why the latter called him during the award show.
For the unversed, Jin is all set to head for his mandatory military service in December, after turning 30 on the 4th of this month.
The Crush and J-Hope fans had a reason to rejoice a few weeks ago as the two of them had earlier come together and collaborated for Rush Hour. The digital single is from Crush’s fourth mini album titled With Her. Talking about the much-awaited track, it dropped on September 22, 2022. There is no denying that it is a magic number that has a sense of creativity and brings the charm of not one but two versatile artists – BTS’ J-Hope and Crush. Talking about the song, it is an upbeat track with funky beats that channels a bit of top-notch artistry on the table.
Rush Hour details
The track is a fusion of Crush’s amazing vocals and J-Hope’s wonderful rap flow. We cannot help but appreciate the trendy dance bits that have a little influence from BTS’ popular Mic Drop, as was revealed in the earlier teasers. There is no denying that the track is an old-school diner with all the cars and dance crew and music in motion in the entire video.