BTS’ RM releases tracklist for solo album Indigo; Know who’s collaborating with him


BTS leader RM is gearing up for the release of his upcoming solo album Indigo. Now, much to the fans’ excitement, he has shared the much-awaited track list of the album. While doing so, he also revealed the international celebs who will be collaborating with him for the same. Mahalia, Anderson .Paak, Erykah Badu, and more celebs will be joining the Septet leader for his new venture!

Album details

Indigo is a 10-track album that is all set to release on December 2, 2022. Other guests to feature on ‘Indigo’ include Tablo of Epik High, Paul Blanco, and Colde. Tablo, also confirmed his involvement in the song ‘All Day’, in his tweet and wrote: “Y’all wanted this for so long. So did we.”

Concept photos

On November 24, 2022, the rapper’s fans were more than happy as BigHit Music released the first set of concept teasers for the same album. We are excited after seeing the artist teasers in which RM looks handsome dressed in a white t-shirt, denim outfit, and jeans. Talking about the album, it will be released on December 2, 2022, at 2 pm KST.

RM’s solo comeback

The latest reports suggest that RM plans to film video content with a small-scale performance and around 200 audiences for about an hour in Seoul, South Korea on December 5 at 8:00 PM KST. According to reports, the recording applications are going to be conducted through a lottery system. It is for the very first time that RM has released a solo album since his debut in the music industry as a member of the BTS in June 2013. Prior to this, he released his first solo mixtape ‘RM’ with 11 songs back in 2015.

Earlier updates

On November 23, BTS leader RM shared an identity film visualizing the elements that make up the solo album titled ‘Indigo’ on the official social media handles of the septet. The amazing video starts with the silhouette of a beautiful swaying flower against the backdrop of wind sounds. We can also see blue-toned images that appear through a few quick-cut transitions. Then, the visual identity of ‘Indigo’ appears and gets removed later, and phrases such as ‘Documentation of my youth in the moment of independent phase’ and ‘the last archive of my twenties’ appear before the video ends.