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  1. BTS's "No More Dream" Becomes Their Latest MV To Surpass 300 Million Views MUSIC May 25, 2024 by E Cha BTS has reached an exciting milestone with their debut music video! On May 25 at around 4 a.m. KST, BTS’s music video for their 2013 debut track “No More Dream” surpassed 300 million views on YouTube. “No More Dream” is BTS’s 23rd full-group music video to hit the 300 million mark following “DNA,” “Fire,” “Dope,” “Blood Sweat & Tears,” “MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix),” “Fake Love,” “Save Me,” “IDOL,” “Not Today,” “Boy With Luv,” “Boy In Luv,” “Spring Day,” “Dynamite,” “ON” (Kinetic Manifesto Film : Come Prima), “Life Goes On,” “Butter,” “Black Swan,” “Permission to Dance,” “ON,” “War of Hormone,” “Airplane pt.2 (Japanese version),” and “My Universe.” BTS originally released the music video for “No More Dream” on June 12, 2013 at 2 p.m. KST, meaning that it took the song about 10 years, 11 months, and 12 days to reach 300 million views. Congratulations to BTS! ctto
  2. Another review on RPWP Click the title. Album Review: RM’s 11 Track Album ‘Right Place, Wrong Person’ Is A Lyrical Masterpiece That Deserves All The Some artists have albums that often take up space of our whole playlist. We can’t help but listen to their songs on repeat or pause it to listen to it carefully if we didn’t pay attention the first time. Grammy-nominated RM of BTS, Kim Namjoon, is one such artist. RM started his journey as an underground rapper from Seoul, going by stage names like Largo, The Nexist, Stealo, and Runch Randa. But he always wanted to do more, and it’s fair to say that he is now more than a K-pop group leader. The fact that Namjoon is the core of the biggest boy band in the world right now says how much K-pop needs him more than he needs K-pop. Read MORE BTS leader RM's new song "Lost!" tops iTunes charts in 73 countries SEOUL, May 25 (Yonhap) -- "Lost!," a new song by RM, the leader of K-pop superband BTS, has debuted atop iTunes Top Songs charts in 73 countries around the world, his agency said Saturday. The title song of his second solo album, titled "Right Place, Wrong Person," topped the iTunes charts in Italy, France, Japan and Mexico. On Friday, RM dropped his first solo album since "Indigo," his first official solo album, in December 2022. Including the main track, "Lost!," the album has a total of 11 tracks, with "Nuts," "Out of Love," "Domodachi," "?" and "Come Back to Me" among the B-side tracks. RM wrote all the tracks. He delved deeper into the subject in "Lost!" by exploring how people become lost, unable to find the right answers due to their conflicting emotions. Still, the song conveys a hopeful message that "even though we may be lost, being with the friends we have now might be OK," according to the agency. Although currently serving in the South Korean Army, RM managed to film music videos for nearly half of the album's tracks before his enlistment in December. ctto
  3. What an interesting article: Learning From Antiquity: RM of BTS May 24, 2024|FIONA BAE To celebrate RM's new album Right Place, Wrong Person, being released today, we’re publishing unreleased editorial images by Wing Shya from our cover story with RM for 032c Issue #44 and an interview between RM and Fiona Bae, touching on identity, Korean subculture, and his art collection. It was the last interview RM conducted before his military service. When I meet the rapper, songwriter, and K-Pop producer RM (formerly known as Rap Monster), I feel a sense of urgency in his demeanor. He has just left the recording studio to finish his next solo album after Indigo (2022), in advance of his compulsory military service, which will last 18 months. As a child, RM—who was Kim Namjoon to his friends—wanted to write poetry, and he started rapping at age 15 inside an underground club in Seoul. At the time, 18 people were in attendance. Today, the group BTS, of which RM (now 29) is the leader, is the biggest K-pop group in Korea—if not the world. A Forbes article noted that BTS (an acronym that originally stood for Bangtang Sonyeodan—Bulletproof Boyscouts in English—but has been changed to stand for Beyond the Scene) is the only group in Billboard global charts history to land a number 1 hit for a single in every year since the chart’s 2020 inception. The New York Times has described the group, which was formed by its seven members in 2010 and is currently on hiatus, as a “juggernaut.” ctto
  4. I always like to read what this writer wrote: REVIEWSALBUM REVIEWS RM – ‘Right Place, Wrong Person’ review: an intriguing interrogation of feeling lost in life ByRhian Daly 24th May 2024 When NME met RM before the release of his debut solo album ‘Indigo’ in 2022, he appeared to be in a period of reflection – wondering what his life would be like if he’d chosen another path, trying to figure out who he was at 29 as someone who had spent his whole adult life at varying levels of superstardom. “I felt like if there’s an artwork of my 29[th year], it should be named ‘Untitled’, because nothing is decided,” he explained at the time. “I don’t know what to do right now – I just made some album and this is me. I’m just figuring it out.” That’s a feeling that the BTS leader continues on his second solo album, ‘Right Place, Wrong Person’. If ‘Indigo’ began to untangle the web of RM’s life, who he is and where he wants to go next, then this new record picks things up at a point where the unravelled threads are piling up and spinning chaotic new mazes. Sometimes things have to get messier before they can be cleared up and, here, we’re thrown into the eye of the storm of confusion and feeling out of place. The idea of right and wrong and being caught with one foot in each permeates the whole album. “Right people in wrong place,” its creator mutters in a low, hypnotic voice, the line taking on a doomy mantra feel in a mesh of ominous synths and bass. A track later, on ‘Nuts’, RM suggests, “I can make this right place for you” – a kind gesture on the face of things, but one that, beneath its surface, hints that all is not at its ideal peak at present. ctto
  5. Usually, I'll post the lyrics of their new songs here. However, since some of RM's songs have "matured themes" there might be some words that are inappropriate to be posted here. Even KBS has 7 out of his 11 tracks deemed not appropriate for public broadcast. 😉 BTW, you'll get the proper lyric on his official MV (3 more to go) and also when you buy his album. The album: ctto
  6. RM's ‘Right Place, Wrong Person’ Is a Dynamic and Exciting Offering: Review RM‘s explorative nature shines through on his second solo effort, Right Place, Wrong Person. The 11-track album clocks in at an easy 35 minutes and arrives about a year and a half after the BTS star’s solo debut, Indigo. Right Place, Wrong Person takes a sharp turn from its predecessor in the best way possible and hears him vastly expand his sonic horizons. While the experimentation gets a tad overwhelming in between tracks like “Nuts” and “out of love,” the tracks’ pays an ideal homage to psychedelic, alternative and even old school hip-hop — the last of which is most evident in his cadence and tone. RM’s collaborations with Little Simz and Moses Sumney on “Domodachi” and “Around the world in a day” elevate the project with inspiration from progressive jazz and soul/R&B, and thoroughly proves that the 29-year-old artist is an exciting and flexible force to be reckoned with. He even dives into the sphere of rock-rap on “Groin,” channeling the subgenre’s aggressive nature to share his own message for the unjust critics, as well the ethereal sounds of indie on “Heaven,” the fast-paced pop beat on “LOST!” and R&B on the subtle yet rich “Credit Roll.” RM closes out with the previously-released single “Come back to me,” a soft acoustic offering that stunningly explodes into an indie pop anthem of life’s cyclical nature. Right Place, Wrong Person proves to be an alluring sonic journey for the BTS leader, and could very well serve as a delightful introduction for those who are yet to know Kim Namjoon. Stream RM’s Right Place, Wrong Person on Spotify and Apple Music.
  7. Notice! [NOTICE] RM’s Online Exhibition <ARMY Exhibition: ARMY’s Place> Viewing Information 2024.05.24 Hello. This is your BTS fan club manager. We would like to provide you with information on RM’s online exhibition <ARMY Exhibition: ARMY’s Place>. This online exhibition will feature some of the works selected among the winners of the <ARMY Exhibition: ARMY’s Place> event that was held from May 13 to 20. We invite ARMY to <ARMY Exhibition: ARMY’s Place>, a special space dedicated to RM and ARMY from all over the world. [Exhibition Viewing Information] 🐨💜 Enter <ARMY Exhibition: ARMY’s Place> 💜🐨 * You can enter the exhibition via the link after 12 AM, Saturday, May 25 (KST). * The exhibition will also feature unreleased photos from RM’s “Right Place, Wrong Person,” so have some extra fun finding those works too! [Exhibition Period] From 12 AM, Saturday, May 25 to 11:59 PM, Friday, May 31, 2024 (KST) ** Event Winner Announcement Date After 2 PM, Friday, May 24, 2024 (KST) We look forward to your enthusiastic participation. Thank you. ctto
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