Is BTS’ Jin collaborating with Coldplay for his solo album? DEETS inside

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The news about BTS’ mandatory enlistment has shocked everyone, and the Army is yet to get over the same. In the midst of all this, it was also confirmed that the group’s eldest member, Jin, would be the first one to enlist in military services. However, the singer recently announced about the release of his solo single by the end of October. So, the Army can heave a sigh of relief because they will get to hear his tuneful voice before the K-pop idol heads out for his duties.


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Who’s the mystery collaborator?

The latest speculations suggest that Jin will be collaborating with the British band Coldplay for his solo debut. However, neither Jin nor BIGHIT Music has given any details about the same. A representative of the agency reportedly said, “Jin will release his solo single at the end of October.” As published in Soompi, the agency also said, “The exact details of the date and time, collaboration, and more will be revealed later. We ask for your understanding.”

Earlier news


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The announcement about making a solo debut was made by the eldest member of the BTS during the Yet to Come concert in Korea on Saturday. He reportedly confirmed the same and said, “It’s not a huge album or anything, it’s just a single. I’ve filmed a lot different things recently, and there’s still a lot left to film, so I hope you’ll enjoy all of it.” The upcoming collaboration is supposed to be Jin’s first-ever solo release since the Bangtan Boys announced that its seven members taking a hiatus earlier this June.

BTS’ Yet to Come concert

Jin was recently a part of the BTS’ Yet to Come concert in Busan. The concert was a huge hit which live-streamed online and received approximately 49 million views in support of the South Korean city’s bid to host the World Expo 2030, say reports. The Septet also reassured the crowd about their looming break, wherein J-Hope said, “I think we’re in a phase where we need your trust.” The group’s leader, RM, also said, “All seven members have the same thoughts right now. We will continue to make and perform music if you give us your trust.”

BIGHIT Music, the label associated with the band, has confirmed the same. After years of speculation and internal discussions among the South Korean government authorities, it is finally decided that the Septet members will serve their military terms. The eldest member of the group, Jin, is the first one to enlist in the service, as per the official announcement.