The official album launch for 'Layover' is set for September 8.
Last Updated: 03.25 PM, Sep 04, 2023
Kim Taehyung, widely known as V, is all set to appear on 'Suchwita,' a talk show hosted by his fellow BTS member Suga. V will grace the 18th episode of this engaging program where he will talk about his solo venture and about the group as a whole.
In a recent teaser for 'Suchwita,' shared by BANGTANTV, Suga was seen eagerly engaged in conversation with an undisclosed guest. While they did not reveal that the guest is V from BTS, fans known as ARMY know who it is.
When introducing V, Suga warmly states, "Today's conversation is going to be very relaxed. We have with us the world's most handsome face, a male idol who could effortlessly star in a coffee commercial, and someone who holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest-growing social media following."
During their chat, they delve into V's upcoming solo album, 'Layover.' V explains that this album is a reflection of his true self, capturing the essence of his diverse personality and the colours he continues to explore.
Moreover, they also discuss the potential for a Bon Voyage series in celebration of their reunion, reminiscing about an amusing anecdote involving Suga sending an "I Love You" text to Taehyung and Jungkook several years ago.
Following this heartwarming exchange, ARMY took to social media, particularly X (formerly known as Twitter), to express their joy at the reunion of "Taegi" (a combination of TAEhyung and YoonGI). They shared memes and nostalgic footage of the two artists together.
About V's album 'LAYOVER':
V's highly anticipated album will showcase his unique musical style, as evidenced by the pre-release tracks 'Love Me Again' and 'Rainy Days'. Along with a series of music videos, teasers, and concept photos he has already grabbed the attention of ARMY and locals alike.
The fourth set of concept photos is scheduled for release on September 6, with the official album launch for 'Layover' set for September 8.
This marks V's inaugural solo album, making him the final BTS member to release solo music, following the solo endeavours of J-hope, Jin, RM, Jimin, Suga, and Jungkook.