J-Hope’s performance at Lollapalooza on Sunday (July 31) made history, as he became the first South Korean artist to headline a main stage at a major American music festival. The BTS member performed on stage alone without group members Jin, Suga, RM, Jimin, V or Jang Kook, but as night fell on the festival, they made a big splash and performed their set, which was more than a single. seen in time. Bell
played for a crowd of rappers 100,000 attendees and delivered high-energy repertoire of his new songs Jack in the Box album, which was released on July 15. (The set debuted at number 17 on the Billboard 200 chart on July 30.)
The 18-song set contained a mix of songs spanning Hope’s extensive catalog, including “More,” “Aarson,” “Hangsang” and “POP (Piece of Peace)”. Songs of his debut mixtape Hope World, As Becky G mixes “Chicken Noodle Soup” with a cameo from the “Mummy” singer; and remix versions of BTS “Dynamite” and “BTS Cypher Pt. 1.”
Just before starting his set, he humbly introduced himself to the audience, sharing that he’s actually a member of BTS, “But you can call me J,” the rapper smiled as the crowd cheered.
The crowd was closed throughout Hope’s performance, artfully mixing elements of hip-hop with pop, rock and R&B. “You guys are crazy,” he said in the presence of the members of the army. “Many of you will be seeing me for the first time today… It’s great to be here.”
See photos from J-Hope’s Lollapalooza debut below.
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