J-hope Unveiled His Solo Debut Album Tracklist!

J-Hope will soon make history for the band with the June 14 revelation that BTS will be taking a break (Don’t worry, they’re still together and have plans for future music). The singer will become the first band member to record a solo album on Friday, July 15 with the release of Jack In The Box.

Of course, J-Hope has performed as a solo artist before. He released Hope World, his debut mixtape, in 2018. It was the beginning of a bright future for J-solo Hope’s ambitions. The album’s highest point on the Billboard 200 and Top Rap Albums charts was No. 38, respectively. After releasing Hope World, J-Hope collaborated with Becky G in 2019 to rework the 2006 song “Chicken Noodle Soup” by DJ Webstar and Young.

J-hope’s Jack in the Box Release Date

Nearly two weeks before J-Lollapalooza Hope’s headlining appearance, Jack In The Box will be released on July 15, according to Big Hit’s official announcement on Reverse. The first single from the album, “MORE,” was released on July 1 in preparation for the start of the summer. In his new track, J-Hope expresses his desire to “break the mold and evolve further” as an artist, claims a press statement from Big Hit.

J-hope’s Jack in the Box Tracklist

The track listing for his upcoming solo debut album was made public by Big Hit Music and J-Hope. There are ten tracks in all on J-“Jack Hope’s In The Box,” including two title songs. One of the album’s two title tracks is the pre-release single “More,” and the label says the second title track is “Arson.” From beginning to end, J-“Jack Hope’s in the Box” maintains a consistent genre and narrative flow while conveying its main message. On the one hand, “More” is a song that, in the old-school hip-hop style with a distinctive screaming method, symbolizes J-desire Hope’s to portray many sides of the world. Meanwhile, the song “Arson” tells the tale of his breaking out of the box and encountering the outside world. J-agony Hope’s at the decision-making crossroads is depicted in it.

How to Listen, J-hope Jack,

The “Jack In The Box” album by BTS’ J-Hope will be made available on all significant music streaming services, including Spotify, Apple Music, MelOn, and others.

J-hope’s Jack in the Box Singles

Both “MORE” and “Arson” are the major tunes on Jack In The Box because they deliver “the essential message that penetrates the entire album,” as Big Hit stated in another press release. On July 1, J-Hope made “MORE” and its music video available. He took a turn from his upbeat song with BTS with the dark and angry single.

Because it describes the star as “encountering the world outside the box and standing at the crossroads debating which path he should follow,” Big Hit hinted that J-second Hope’s single, “Arson,” would be equally as gloomy.

Jhope Jack in the Box

J-hope’s Jack in the Box Featured Artists

However, all is not lost because no featured singers have been revealed since the announcement on June 25 to contribute their voices to the upcoming album. J-Hope has already worked with musicians like Becky G and Supreme Boi on songs from his mixtape, which leaves the door open for other collaborations to enhance J-already Hope’s outstanding new sound in the future.

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