Welcome to Sugar Surprise Solo Mixtape ‘D-2’ BTS Fans – Variety3 min read
BTS has rocked the music industry over the past few years, starting with the success of South Korea to become an international event that could sell stadiums in minutes. Which released a new mixes tape “D-2” by “BTS” Suga as his single Monica named August D during the great break of 2020 all
Suga tends to have a low-profile and often mentions that she would like to pursue music as a producer if she weren’t in the spotlight. The “D-2” gives Soga that creative outlet without the pressure that comes with the BigS project.
It also goes in favor of his rollout. Following the one week teaser of Big Hit Entertainment Twitter account, Interested fans have noticed a profile photo update of Apple Music for August D which # AGUSTD2ISCOMING To rise to the top trending on Twitter worldwide.
Here are four reasons why this is a welcome return for August D.
A surprisingly wild journey
About 20 days before Mixtape dropped, Suga said on a V Live that fans should not wait for “August D2” and “the music will not be released anytime soon”. Fans were then given a countdown image as a teaser, which is common in the K-pop world. The artist usually starts with D-X and counts all D-days up to D-Day, D-1 which will be the day of release. Instead of releasing his second mixtech on D-Day, it landed on D-2 worldwide as a drama of the word “August D2”, Suga revealed in an interview with the dropped billboard that he came up with the idea himself. “I did not want to publish it on D-Day, and I was not satisfied with just August D2. So I wanted to publish it on D-2 to surprise those who were waiting to read it, ”he said.
Also, there was a profile photo mixup on Apple Music before the Mixtape drop. Photo Suga for August D’s profile was swapped with an unseen image that matched the silhouette in the countdown teasers, which sparked global Twitter trends and fan expectations. Rumors were rife by the Korean media, to which Big Hit Entertainment responded, “Official content will be released according to the official schedule. Please understand that we cannot confirm anything.”
On track 2 on Mixtap, “Daechuita”, there is a genre of traditional Korean military music, a traditional themed Korean theme with a sample of pre-existing daechevita, and is usually used to maintain the re-enactment of the program. This isn’t the first time BTS has been used in traditional thematic themes, as “Idol” also features classical Korean instruments, features Suga mentioned in an interview. At TIME That he wanted to include the theme of “Dayachita” – “the music that is played during the king’s official walk”.
Features of Associate BTS Members
About half way through Mixtek is a track titled “Strange” which fans immediately mentioned, featuring the voice of BTS leader RM. The duo collaborated on BTS’s latest album, “Honor,” as well as a collaboration with Juice WRLD, entitled “All Night.”
RM is not the only BTS member featured in “D-2”. In the “Dachbiter” music video, fans will recognize BTS members Jean and Junkuk as Suga enters them as the villagers fight. Considering BTS, the trip to the United States would have been completed had it not been for the coronavirus, it would have been a welcome surprise to see the three members of the group together.
Collaboration with various artists
Three more artists honed their skills in “D-2” – Max, Niichwa and Kim Jong-un. Max is an American artist who came into an emerging career with “Lights Down Come”. Nihawa is a small name in South Korea with several albums under her belt and she has collaborated as a writer for other K-pop works like Got Like. Kig Jung Wan, who referred to Suga as his admirer, closed the mix with the front of the Korean alternative rock band Nell and “Dear My Friend”.