BTS’ V releases beautiful music video teaser for ‘Slow Dancing’

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On September 7, 2023, BIGHIT MUSIC unveiled a captivating 28-second music video teaser for “Slow Dancing,” the title track from BTS’ V’s highly anticipated solo debut album, “Layover.” In a departure from the norm, the teaser offered a dreamy but enigmatic glimpse into what’s to come, with Kim Taehyung submerged underwater, his face shrouded in mystery.

ARMYs Intrigued by the Teaser

The teaser left ARMYs buzzing with excitement, sparking curiosity about the upcoming song and its music video. Comments such as “I’m truly inquisitive about the song” and “The music video looks truly lovely” flooded social media platforms. Notably, Min Hee Jin, the creative force behind ADOR on HYBE Labels, played a role in shaping BTS member V’s first solo album, further adding to the anticipation.

Fans won’t have to wait long to experience Tae Bear’s solo debut in all its glory. The song and its music video are set to drop on September 8, 2023, at 1 PM KST. Building up to the release, a series of concept photos have already been unveiled, each offering a unique glimpse into the world of “Layover.”

V’s Dreamlike Concept

Through a striking collection of 102 concept photos, V has successfully set the mood for his first solo album. From his everyday life captured without any makeup to his charming visuals, these photos reflect his candid and authentic persona. One standout image portrays Kim Taehyung immersed in water, wearing a serene smile that exudes innocence, as if he’s blissfully unaware of the world around him. This dreamlike ambiance paints a picture of a leisurely afternoon spent soaking up the sun on the beach.

Check out the official music video below:

V 'Slow Dancing' Official Teaser

Previous Musical Achievements

V has already made waves in the music industry with several self-composed songs. Notably, “Winter Bear” topped the iTunes Top Song Chart in 45 countries and regions worldwide, including Japan, France, and Finland. His song “Scenery” reached number one on the iTunes Top Songs chart in 21 regions, while “Snow Flower” claimed the top spot in 37 countries and regions. These achievements underscore V’s global appeal and the anticipation surrounding his solo debut.