BTS’ J-Hope is all set for his upcoming solo venture

BTS’ J-Hope makes history at Lollapalooza with his ‘Chicken Needle Soup’ and more performances
Credits: NME

BTS member J-Hope is going to take his solo ventures further, this time in New York. Yes, you read that right. You don’t have to wait long as he will be doing the same this New Year’s Eve. That is because Hobi has recently been announced as a part of the lineup of Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve!

Further details

The upcoming event will be BTS member J-Hope’s third-ever performance at Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve. For the unversed, he has previously performed with the members of the group at the shows that were organized in 2017 and 2019 respectively. However, it will be even more special this time because it happens to be his solo endeavor and he is heading to Time Square, New York, USA soon. It was also reported by multiple portals that J-Hope will be showcasing his solo track ‘= (Equal Sign)’ from his debut solo album, ‘Jack In The Box’ which was released earlier this year. Along with this, he will be reportedly performing on ‘Chicken Noodle Soup’ which is his collaboration track with Becky G, and of course, the Grammy-nominated track ‘Butter’ in its Holiday Remix version.

Earlier news

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.

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 headed for his mandatory military service in December, after turning 30 on the 4th of this month.

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