It is no secret to anyone that BTS is currently the most popular group in the world. The boys are currently focusing on their individual activities but that hasn’t stopped them from increasing their popularity. It’s hard not to hear the name of the group or the boys these days.
RM is the latest member of the boyband that has released his highly anticipated album ‘Indigo‘ on December 2nd. Described as ‘the last memories of his 20s’, the studio work is a seesaw of emotions that ARMY loved completely.
In an interview with Hypebeast, the 29-year-old talked about the process of creating the album and the identity crisis that constantly surrounds him as he wondered if joining BTS was the right decision, interjecting the group over his identity as a hip hop artist.
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Kim Namjoon started in the music scene as an underground rapper and hip hop artist. But now, he is known for being the leader of the KPOP group, the idol confessed:
“In my journey with BTS, I drifted away from that world and was tormented by the thought that the people I liked, and the people who enjoyed the same music as me, no longer had love for me. I constantly wonder if I made the right decision by joining the boyband. (Theclickreader) BTS has been treated as an outsider in the Korean Hip-Hop community, it stresses me out.”
The “Moonchild” performer then confessed that even though the Korean Hip Hop community doesn’t take him seriously, he still feels fulfilled because he loves making music. “I decided to stop thinking about the road I didn’t travel, and started thinking more about what I inevitably became, as well as accepting a better version of me,” he finished.