Jungkook, the beloved member of BTS and a rising K-pop solo artist, has unveiled the full tracklist for his upcoming solo album, ‘Golden.’ The announcement was made via a social media post from Big Hit Music, the label representing the BTS star. ‘Golden’ boasts a total of 11 tracks, and what immediately catches the eye is the star-studded cast of collaborators who have joined Jungkook on his new album.
The album kicks off with a trio of back-to-back collaborations, starting with the previously released hit ‘3D’ featuring none other than Jack Harlow. This dynamic partnership between Jungkook and Harlow has already earned praise, and fans can anticipate its magnetic energy on the album.
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Following ‘3D’ is ‘Closer to You,’ a collaboration with Major Lazer. One of the highlights of the album is the inclusion of two versions of the duet ‘Seven’ with Latto. This catchy track, originally released in July, showcases Jungkook’s versatility as an artist.
Adding to the album is French EDM producer, DJ Snake in a song titled ‘Please Don’t Change.’ For the remaining six tracks on the album, Jungkook takes the solo spotlight. The album’s main track is named ‘Standing Next to You,’ suggesting a significant and emotional piece in the collection.
The solo tracks include ‘Yes or No,’ ‘Hate You,’ ‘Somebody,’ ‘Too Sad to Dance,’ and ‘Shot Glass of Tears.’ With a range of emotions and musical styles, these tracks promise to give us a glimpse into Jungkook’s multifaceted artistry.
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Fans won’t have to wait long to get a taste of the ‘Golden’ album. On 20th October, Jungkook will collaborate with The Kid Laroi and Central Cee for the single ‘Too Much,’ which will be included in Laroi’s November album, ‘The First Time.’ This collaboration is sure to be a treat for music enthusiasts.
To build anticipation for ‘Golden,’ BTS’ official Instagram account recently shared concept photos featuring Jungkook posing against a graffiti backdrop adorned with special numbers and letters. Among the intriguing details were the numbers ‘0613,’ signifying BTS’ anniversary date, ‘97’ for Jungkook’s birth year, and the logo for BTS ARMY. These elements hint at the personal and meaningful touch that Jungkook has added to his upcoming album.
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‘Golden’ is set to make its grand debut on 3rd November, and the excitement is palpable. With its star-studded lineup of collaborators and Jungkook’s undeniable talent, it’s bound to break records in the music industry. As the countdown to the release continues, fans can hardly contain their excitement for the musical masterpiece that ‘Golden’ promises to be.