A short time after venturing out on his own to collaborate with another South Korean musician, BTS member Suga shared not just a new song or two, but a complete project.
The producer, songwriter, singer and rapper dropped a new mixtape just a few hours ago (May 22), only fans won’t find it when they search for Suga on platforms like Apple Music and Spotify. The artist released the mixtape, titled D-2, under his alter ego Agust D, a name he has used before.
D-2 arrived in the early hours of Friday, though diehard fans had an idea something was on the way. Agust D had been releasing teasers for days, but it wasn’t clear when new music would actually arrive, or whether it would just be a song or two or a full-length of some sort.
The new project features 10 songs, including collaborations with musicians like Kim Jong Wan of the group Nell, NiiHWA, American artist MAX and even RM, another member of BTS who has also branched out into solo productions.
D-2 is the second full-length from Suga (or Agust D) this year. BTS topped charts all around the world just a few months ago with their latest album Map of the Soul: 7, which arrived in February. Just over a week ago, Suga scored a big hit on the sales and world charts with his new track “Eight,” a collaboration with IU. Now, he’s given his fans even more tunes to enjoy, and chances are they will make a big impact on the charts in the coming weeks.