Reports have surfaced that suggest BTS member Jimin is preparing to make his official solo debut this February.
Sports Donga has reported the singer is currently preparing to drop the solo record next month, with Big Hit currently deciding on a final release date. Shortly after that story was posted, the label shared an official statement claiming “details will be announced once the schedule is finalised.”
The news of Jimin’s upcoming solo debut follows the release of his collaboration with Taeyang of Big Bang last week, ‘Vibe’.
Jimin has previously released a number of collabs, including ‘With You’ with soloist Ha Sung-woon and Snoop Dogg and Benny Blanco’s ‘Bad Decisions’, featuring fellow BTS vocalists Jin, V and Jungkook. He has also co-written and released several solo tracks included on BTS’ albums such as ‘Lie’, ‘Serendipity’ and ‘Filter’.
Jimin’s solo debut will make him the fourth member of BTS to officially launch a solo project, following J-hope, Jin and RM, who each released solo records in 2022. Remaining members Suga, V and Jungkook have also expressed interest in pursuing solo material, but no further details on those projects have been revealed.